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Kevin Spacey is an Oscar-winning Actor and the Artistic Director of the Old Vic Theatre in London. He had a love for the theatre from a young age, and a guidance counsellor suggested to him that he use his “excessive amount of energy” studying Drama at Julliard. Kevin is now based in London and, when he’s not making movies or playing ping-pong, he dedicates his time to supporting emerging talent in the film world.

http://icould.com/videos/kevin-spacey/?length=short

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Me as Paul Hardwick on Emmerdale being utterly charmless as only a Rich Old Guy can.

 

 

This is of particular interest to those actors interested in Shakespeare and also those for whom the current vogue for ‘mimic’ acting is a tad scary!

Jeremy Irons is speaking to the Chiltern Shakespeare Company.

www.chiltern-shakespeare.co.uk/features2008-2.html

 

If previous Acting Masterclass posts haveĀ  been a bit too ‘simple’ check this out from The Actors Theatre Workshop in New York.

This post proves that I’m open to post all teaching styles. I’ve come to the conclusion that isn’t a ‘one size fits all’ approach to acting, you have to find a technique that works for you. That maybe adopting a number of techniques, but if you don’t try you won’t know.

Click here for Jeff Bridges giving some acting tips.