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Best Actorslife podcasts we could find (updated December 2019)
Best Actorslife podcasts we could find
Updated December 2019
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Film/Television Actress, Producer, Best-Selling Author and Entrepreneur Alyshia Ochse hosts an honest, humorous and inspirational podcast with your favorite on-screen storytellers and Hollywood influencers who reveal their most life changing audition tales as well as the survival skills they've collected along the way.
 
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Tinseltown podcast gives you shortcuts for building your acting, filmmaking and entertainment career in Hollywood. Live from the LA studio.
 
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The 98%
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A podcast for actors, by actors; The 98% explores what life is *really* like for the majority of actors and performers who, rather than trying to find an outfit for the Oscar’s, are trying to find an outfit that makes them look as close to an 1850’s aristocrat as possible for an audition in 24 hours. In a world where we only really hear from successful and well known actors it can often feel like you're the only one working a day job and changing in a fast food restaurant public toilet for a ...
 
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We always hear it, but truly it IS about the journey and not the destination. Please subscribe to That One Audition on Apple Podcasts and follow us on social media: HOST: @alyshiaochse SHOW: @thatoneaudition WEBSITE: AlyshiaOchse.com HEADSHOT RECOMMENDATION: JoannaDeGeneres.comBy Alyshia Ochse
 
How does an artist become an icon? To curate a body of work that spans over forty years takes guts, resilience, determination, and extraordinary insight and intuition. Laurence Fishburne has become one of the most celebrated actors of our time and honestly doesn’t need an introduction. But as we arrive at a landmark 100 episodes of That One Aud ...…
 
One quick tip to get you into a positive state of mind when entering an audition after a devastating audition or a lost role. Please subscribe to That One Audition on Apple Podcasts and follow us on social media: HOST: @alyshiaochse SHOW: @thatoneaudition WEBSITE: AlyshiaOchse.comBy Alyshia Ochse
 
For today’s episode, we’re sitting down with Bridget Regan, from Jane the Virgin, Agent Carter, The Last Ship, and the upcoming Paramount Network show, Paradise Lost, where she got to work with iconic artists like Barbara Hershey and Nick Nolte. She shares how she got her start doing community theatre while growing up just outside of San Diego, ...…
 
For today’s conversation, we’re sitting down with actress Lesley-Ann Brandt. Her journey begins in South Africa, where she grew up during the final years of Apartheid. She shares what it was like growing up in institutionalized segregation and how, at 17 years old, her family left the country to move to New Zealand. It was here where she discov ...…
 
Vulnerability is about showing up and being SEEN. It's tough to do when we're terrified about what people might think or see. Allowing yourself to be truly seen is the work that gets transcends into the most beautiful work. Please subscribe to That One Audition on Apple Podcasts and follow us on social media: Links: Host: @alyshiaochse Show: @t ...…
 
Today’s guest will likely surprise you—be defies so many of the conventional ideas that get tossed around about what is possible in a creative career. Before Aleks Paunovic became an actor, he was a champion amateur boxer, born in Winnipeg. While he didn’t come into his acting pursuit till his 30’s, he shares how his love of music, natural athl ...…
 
Unrealistic expectations hurt and shame your creativity. Evaluate what is helping you and what is ultimately holding you back. Show Notes: HOST: @alyshiaochse SHOW: @thatoneaudition WEBSITE: alyshiaochse.comBy Alyshia Ochse
 
Today’s guest takes us on a fascinating journey that begins in a gas station and culminates in an extraordinary career of striking, viscerally effecting images. Randall Slavin began his creative career as an actor, but eventually found that he truly came alive when he was takes photos of his actor friends. He’s since developed a body of work th ...…
 
Everything we perceive, interpret, and ultimately feel in life is filtered through our five senses, and stored in our subconscious with sense memory. Our imaginations are fueled by life experiences. Building our emotional muscles to their full potential is just as important as developing our physical and vocal muscles. This is the key to both o ...…
 
Today’s guest entered his on-camera career after being eliminated from the first round of a reality TV show. Little did he know how one small connection from this otherwise absurd and hilarious experience would open the door to a creative career that would force him to examine his humanity and the world around him. Travis Van Winkle made it to ...…
 
Matt Newton, NY acting coach, gives insight on how he helps protect actors and uses his keen eye and kind heart to bring forth the true essence of your authentic artistry.By Alyshia Ochse
 
For today’s episode I’m sitting down with actor Peter Facinelli. Before he was cast as the head of a certain vampire family in one of the highest grossing film franchises of all time, Peter wanted to be lawyer. But after realizing that a life practicing law wasn’t at all like what he’d seen on TV, he discovered his love for acting—which as he s ...…
 
Is it possible to give the same grace to an artist who takes a decade to learn as it does to a lawyer or doctor as they learn?By Alyshia Ochse
 
When you listen to today’s academy award winning guest, you’ll likely wonder how she manages to balance executive producing award-winning films, appearing as a series regular and recurring role on multiple TV shows, and raising a one-year-old. The answer, as Jaime Ray Newman shares today, is surprisingly simple. With the help of her creative co ...…
 
Series 2 of The 98% comes to a close with Katie and Alexa going back to basics; a chinwag, sharing of listener write-ins and general #actorslife realness. It is all thanks to you listeners that The 98% was back for a second series. We work 4 jobs between us as well as pursuing acting, writing and filmmaking but the time we spend on the podcast ...…
 
Tips for making a great self-tape! Here are some suggestions for my favorite taping places: Los Angeles: TheCastingLink.com Amato@thecastinglink.com New York City: www.mnactingstudio.com Info@mnactingstudio.com Atlanta: www.thenovahouse.com Tim Taping - (310) 420-9645 New Orleans: James DuMont - jamesdumont@sbcglobal.net…
 
Today we’re sitting down with actor Chris Chalk as he shares how he’s made a career working on Broadway, on TV, and in Film—with some of the industry’s most notable names and memorable projects—like Denzel Washington in FENCES on Broadway, in 12 Years a Slave, on Fox’s Gotham, The Newsroom, and the Netflix mini-series When they See Us. From aud ...…
 
Giving another layer to your work. How does your character's view on their parents show up in the work?By Alyshia Ochse
 
Today’s guest made her screen debut at the age of 13—after attending an open call, she was selected out of 800 young girls to play across from John Voight in DESERT BLOOM. Since then, Annabeth Gish has continued to build a career with roles across from some of Hollywood’s most iconic names. She shares what it’s like sharing the screen with icon ...…
 
The astoundingly lovely Casting Director Kharmel Cochrane is the final industry professional joining Alexa and Katie for Series 2 of The 98% and she's helping the series go out with a bang! Kharmel casts projects all across the board and gives her wonderfully honest take on this industry. Listen now to hear why she doesn’t watch showreels, why ...…
 
What are you missing about the human condition? Using life around you to observe human behavior and make character judgements. Observation lends itself to cultivating the most dramatic human experience for your art.
 
Today we’re taking a journey into the minds of one of the most prolific American playwrights of contemporary theater. If you’ve ever read any of his plays, had the privilege to work on any of his scripts, or sit in the audience of one of his shows, then you know the power of Neil Labute and his extraordinary body of work. His imaginative use of ...…
 
Understanding what you need right now to be of the best service of your artistry. When do you allow yourself to be in FLOW and when STRUCTURE must be in place to let creativity happen.By Alyshia Ochse
 
Jason Momoa was the FIRST one to audition for GAME OF THRONES and the LAST one cast a year later. His cousins impact on his life helped him make a strong choice that ultimately landed him the role. But it took him a few years and a couple of classes to trust his instinctive strong choices and learn how to "audition". BAYWATCH discovered him in ...…
 
"Proactive, for me, isn’t necessarily contacting people, it’s working on yourself." One episode down of the 2 part agent special yet still so much to talk about! This time Alexa and Katie speak to Ikki El-Amriti who is a senior agent at Identity Agency Group all about the day to day of agent work, what to do to increase your chances in this ind ...…
 
What’s the secret to world class acting? It’s just three words. Let. It. Go. On the last episode of this season we’re chatting with one of People Magazines’ 50 Most Beautiful People in the World - Shannon Sturges, actor and acting coach at Speiser/Sturges Studio. Shannon’s extensive TV and film credits include starring roles in feature films Th ...…
 
It's all about the specifics in the script, but what is that DETAIL that can really activate your humanness in a scene?By Alyshia Ochse
 
Live from NYC with Claire Coffee. From her first big job in LA on The West Wing, to her series regular role on NBC’s hit show Grimm, Claire has seen first-hand what it takes to take a career from recurring co-star to one of the leads of a major series. She shares how living as an actor in New York is different than in LA, how important improv w ...…
 
How does an actor prepare for an audition or a scene in a movie? On this week’s episode we learn more about the actor’s process. We continue to chat with Blake Webb, LA-based actor, originally from Phoenix, Arizona who has recently starred in 13 Reasons Why on Netflix, as well as Criminal Minds and NCIS.…
 
Beau Garrett is an American actress and model born in Los Angeles, CA and grew up in Topanga Canyon where she rode horses and was a competitive equestrian. She began her career appearing in GUESS advertisements in the late 1990s after being discovered by an Elite modeling agent at age fourteen. She first appeared on TV in the hit show Entourage ...…
 
“I know you exist. I have your headshot in front of me.” In a 2 part agent special Alexa and Katie chat to two insightful people about all things agents. The guest in part 1 is James Davies...after being an agent for 9 years James very recently left the profession for a new adventure which means he can talk openly and honestly about #agentlife ...…
 
Do you know what differences there are between what a talent manager and a talent agent do? Nah, we don’t either. That’s why on today’s episode we’re catching up with Meridith Newby, talent manager at Propel Management who represents actors who featured on top TV shows and national commercials.By LAisgoodforyou
 
Guy Nattiv is an Academy Award® winning filmmaker from Israel. His first American short film, SKIN, won the 2019 Academy Award® for Best Live Action Short, along with many festivals around the world United States, Best Live Action Short FilmFrance, 2019, Clermont-Ferrand, Audience AwardUnited States, 2018, HollyShorts FF, Best Short Film Grand ...…
 
When do you ask for feedback on your audition? What does the feedback mean? What is your intention for getting feedback?By Alyshia Ochse
 
We’ve titled today’s episode: 5 guaranteed ways to succeed as an actor in Hollywood. But who are we kidding? There’s no such thing as a sure thing in Hollywood. That doesn’t mean you can’t improve your chances. Our guest Christine Horn actor and life coach for actors shares her secrets with us. In the last 3 years, Christine starred in 25 TV pr ...…
 
Today’s guest’s journey is a roller coaster ride full of defining moments, times when everything seemed to be working against him, but ultimately lead him to where he is today. From multiple heart attacks by the time he was 21 years old to getting cut from some of recent year’s most recognizable films, Eme Ikwuakor has continued to press on and ...…
 
Emma Lundy works as a TV and Commercial Casting Assistant as well as being an actor. She talks to Katie and Alexa about what it's like being on both sides of the audition process, how you can get started in casting assisting and what the expectation vs reality is. If you haven't listened to Series 1 yet there's a lot more specific commercial ca ...…
 
Do you sometimes struggle with deciding whether you should accept an audition or a job? Here are 5 questions to ask yourself that will help you make the decision! You must answer a resounding YES to at least 3 to take the job/audition, if it's a job/audition you're unsure about.By Alyshia Ochse
 
Preparing this week’s episode has been a joy. That’s because we got to watch Beers of Joy, an award winning documentary which examines the history, science and unique personalities of the beer world. David Swift who wrote and directed the movie talks to us about what it takes to film across multiple locations in Europe and to secure a distribut ...…
 
Sarah Baker is an actress and comedian born in the Washington, D.C. area. After graduating from James Madison University with a double major in Theater and English, she moved to Atlanta, Georgia where she joined the Whole World Improv Theatre as a performer, and later as a teacher. She also later became a member of the Sunday Company with the a ...…
 
Getting to the truth of your WHY. Do you know why you are called to be an artist? Know why you’re going into this, know why you’re doing it, because the industry doesn’t need you.By Alyshia Ochse
 
Making it big in Hollywood is a goal for many, but being a working actor is a dream for most actors who’ve just begun their careers. On today’s episode, we’re chatting with actress Meredith Riley Stewart about how you can improve your chances of succeeding by creating and producing your own content.By LAisgoodforyou
 
Today we have a fascinating conversation with actor Russell Hornsby—from Grimm, Seven Seconds, and The Hate You Give—as well as FENCES, both on Broadway and in the film, his career is full of valuable lessons he’s learned. After twenty years in the industry, he shares how a long-term career was not a given reality for him, but rather something ...…
 
This is a call to arms! Alexa and Katie fervently believe more needs to be done with the regulation of casting calls on websites that are mainly used by self submitting actors. Actors desperate for work + loosely regulated casting calls = a breeding ground for exploitative behaviour, sexist language and at the least an extremely tiresome submit ...…
 
Acting in commercials can be very lucrative for actors. How do you navigate the world of commercials, and more importantly who are the people who can help you book them? This week we’re talking to Blake Viglione, a commercial agent at Aqua Talent who has the answers.By LAisgoodforyou
 
For today’s bonus episode, we’re talking with writer/director Eric Amadio—if you’ve not heard of him, you’ve likely seen his show SNOWFALL on FX, or at least spotted the billboards around the town. His fascinating story takes all kinds of unexpected turns---from writing haikus as a child to getting published at 10 years old, from electronic mus ...…
 
How long can you wait for your creativity to show up? How long can you wait to be picked? Patience is the capacity to accept or tolerate delay, trouble, or suffering without getting angry or upset.By Alyshia Ochse
 
Can you have both: a sustainable acting career in TV and success in commercials spanning two decades? Yes, you can, according to this week’s guest, award winning actress Deena Freeman. But only if you’re willing to put the work in.By LAisgoodforyou
 
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