I’ll let the video speak for itself. Let me know if you can you relate.
Thankfully I turned it all around once I shifted my priorities. Not only did I find my flow, I began to flourish in my acting career in such a big way and book.
My journey is why I founded The Actor’s Flow. I wanted to share and help other actors begin to book in a non conventional way. In a way that wasn’t being taught.
I tell all the grueling and humble, yet triumphant details of how […]
Our Instrument. It is our everything.
For it is the very essence of you. Without it we can not be nor become the actor in which we dream of becoming, the one that has that amazing and oh so dazzling career.
Just like a musician can’t play out his or her genius when the instrument’s not tuned up, we as actors have to stay tuned up to emotionally, physically and soulfully play out all the beautiful elements of the stories we get to tell with strength, vigor, and ease.
I’ve been experiencing trying to work with an instrument that’s not been fully tuned up […]
New Year. New Story.
Do you find yourself frustrated or doubtful when you aren’t seeing the results you want to see in your acting career or personal life…year after year?
Perhaps it’s time to tell a new story.
“I never get called in to audition during pilot season.”
“I can’t lose weight – I love food too much.”
“My schedule is too busy for me to get to the gym.”
“I can’t afford to take an acting class right now or even get new headshots.”
I’ll put myself out there first…
I’m totally guilty of telling myself and others the same story over and over throughout the […]
Quit? Nope, that’s not how my story goes.
As a girl from the South, I once said, I would never move to California because I was afraid to experience an earthquake.
Yep, that was before I was bitten by the acting bug or that feeling of joy rather. 😉 That didn’t stop me from quitting acting.
So now being a working actress in LA, it will still tickle my fancy to be on set looking out past the set trailers to see California mountains.
Sometimes when you set out to do something, that feeling of awe can still come over you when you find […]
We’re in the midst of the holiday season so I wanted to share a pumpkin pie that is an – I can’t believe it’s that good to be a healthy sweet treat – recipe with you. You see, I was raised eating pumpkin pie with butter and brown sugar added to the fullest in most desserts during the Holidays.
Several Thanksgivings ago, my husband and I made our first Thanksgiving dinner. It was just for the two of us, but we went all out from the stuffed Turkey, to mac and cheese, sweet potato souffle, to the stuffing and all the […]
WARNING ACTORS: This blog post is not to share any acting career tips to improve your luck on finding representation, to get more auditions, or improve your booking ratio. ; )
Nope. Nada. Not today.
Instead, I’m here to help you keep raising the bar on being YOU, on your way of life, and how you are staying happy and whole – as the best version of you. How to stay in Flow When it’s slow.
So lets, dive in.
Do you go stir crazy when the industry feels slow?
You know – when days, weeks, months, or half a year goes by and you […]
Let’s just admit it – we all go to the movies or binge watch our favorite shows to escape from the stress and sometimes the boredom – of our everyday lives.
Oh, how it’s just so juicy, captivating, and fun when we have our favorite characters to root for in a storyline we’re all enthralled in!
In ways, these characters become our role models, our heroes, and our motivators.
It’s easy to see who the hero is in action and adventure movies. You’ve got one guy (or girl) who, against all odds and enemies, figures out a way to save the day, defeat […]
To give or not to give? That is the question.
From person to person in the industry, the opinion will vary depending on advice they have been given, their own experience of giving, gratitude and/or receiving gifts themselves during the holidays.
A big no-no mentioned by casting directors and agents is giving them homemade goodies. If they don’t have a super close relationship with you where you’ve invited each other over for dinner before – it leaves them wondering if your hands were clean or if the cat jumped up on the counter top and put his paws all over the cooking […]
Be a good friend to yourself.
As actors, we usually think – all things acting first – when it comes to “making it”.
However, to become a serious working actor who maintains a successful career – it’s so much more than casting opportunities, learning our sides, getting booked, acting class, being on set, walking red carpets, winning awards, and rising up in our career.
The real magic happens in our overall health – our well-being, state of being, and state of mind. Which will always rule out any and everything acting related if we continuously put them on the back burner running on […]
Yep, that happened.
My finger pushed send, I was cast, AND on set just 4 hours later.
Can we say…”Like Whoa.”
The story of how it all went down…
I was attending the Premiere of Diana Leigh, a short I was cast in as a nurse from the 60’s. After the credits rolled, we all exited the theater beaming with a sigh of relief because the film was a success.
Afterwards, during the reception – it was me, an actress friend, and the casting director of the film – all in the ladies restroom, chit chatting it up outside the stalls. Yep, […]