|Please list any famous performances that have helped you in reference to your evolution in acting.
I admire several big name actors, but I'd have to say one of my top is in "Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind" starring Kate Winslet and Jim Carrey.
Though it seems cliche, they are incredibly talented actors and together, they created real people that you would expect to see upon meeting them.
Cinderella - OSPAC
Annie - OSPAC
Peter Pan - OSPAC
High School Musical - SOPAC
Children of Eden - SOPOC
Grease - Liberty Middle School
I think Edward Norton in Primal Fear is such a stand out performance.
There are so many famous performances that have helped me. The ones that stand out right now are the roles that Judy Dench plays like in Notes on a Scandal and roles that Cate Blanchett plays. Also seeing Angela Bassett in What's Love Got to do with It, Sana Latham in the Family that Preys or even her role in Nip Tuck and Denzel in Glory and his portral of Malcolm X and Jamie Foxx as Ray Charles. The levels of these actors are serious. The depth of each character they play. There are so many more I could name. I just want to be able to create intriging and interesting characters everytime I perform.
I was greatly influenced by the work of Mr. Rogers, Captain Kangaroo, and Patti LuPone
My Youtube videos influence a lot on my acting.
I was a ballerina in Billy Elliot The Musical.
I have also auditioned for Moulin Rouge, Stage Production. I got through, but. family issues, i had to drop out.
Diamanda Galas, Lars Von Trier, Andrei Tarkovsky, Kim ki duk o Kurosawa oR the pinter of Edward Hopper
The role of Archibald in SILENT
This is easy - Marlon Brando in "Last Tango in Paris" as well as "Apocalypse Now"...
I'm a huge fan of Asian cinema, especially Hong Kong action. The way they act is very different from American actors. They can tell a story and portray emotion without saying a word. Instead of monologues, they do so just by beautiful and fluid movements, facial expressions, mannerisms, etc.
I emulate a lot of Yun Fat Chow's and Jackie Chan's movements and facial expressions when I work an action scene. Them along with Jet Li and of course, the best, Bruce Lee, are my top influences when it comes to movements during action sequences and fight scenes.
Robert Duvall in Lonesome Dove, John Wayne in the Searchers and Red River, Val Kilmer in Tombstone, Jack Nicholson in the Shining, Chritian Bale in American Psycho. I think those are about it.
Performing and touring Two One Woman shows simultaneously was a pretty big turning point for me as a performer.
The little mermaid i was the king
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