But, I'm Almost Famous?

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Audience

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Reviews: 3

A curated panel discussion with working actors and industry professionals about the reality of what is required to really be successful as an actor in the entertainment business. Produced and developed by Megan Ford Miller, Producer & promoter and mom to Reid Miller. Together she and her son Reid have been on a journey of hard work and sacrifice for 6 years as they have worked together to build a career for him as an actor. Reid recently finished the filming of Good Joe Bell starring opposite Mark Wahlberg and Connie Britton, he has an extensive acting resume and works consistently. You will hear from other long working actors in the business and also industry professionals speaking frankly about what they are looking for, and what they need from you.
But, I'm Almost Famous? Is an official selection of The Binge Fringe Festival of Free Theater or the BFF that is sponsored by the city of Santa Monica & The Los Angeles Co Arts Commission.

Reviews

Originally, I attended this workshop to be supportive (admittedly, a few of the panelists are friends of mine). But wow, did I learn a lot! The panelists included an agent, a manager, actors, and an acting coach, and the collective wisdom combined about how to navigate one's career in the entertainment industry was invaluable. I don't know when else you would have all those professionals in a room together discussing the secrets of how to successfully "make it" in this industry. It doesn't matter if you're a writer, director, comedian, actor, or the parent of a child actor, this workshop is a must for anyone who is truly serious about having an enduring career in entertainment.

sweet - Stacy Dymalski


The panel was well balanced, informative, fun and insightful! Everyone was honest and shared from the heart while also being encouraging. I took a lot of notes! So glad I went!!

sweet - Sally Hallada


I got so much more than I had expected. A unique look at real actors sharing secrets to their success. What a wonderful experience, y’all.

sweet - Victor Sotomayor


Originally, I attended this workshop to be supportive (admittedly, a few of the panelists are friends of mine). But wow, did I learn a lot! The panelists included an agent, a manager, actors, and an acting coach, and the collective wisdom combined about how to navigate one's career in the entertainment industry was invaluable. I don't know when else you would have all those professionals in a room together discussing the secrets of how to successfully "make it" in this industry. It doesn't matter if you're a writer, director, comedian, actor, or the parent of a child actor, this workshop is a must for anyone who is truly serious about having an enduring career in entertainment.

sweet - Stacy Dymalski


The panel was well balanced, informative, fun and insightful! Everyone was honest and shared from the heart while also being encouraging. I took a lot of notes! So glad I went!!

sweet - Sally Hallada


I got so much more than I had expected. A unique look at real actors sharing secrets to their success. What a wonderful experience, y’all.

sweet - Victor Sotomayor