Please list the most important or defining jobs of your career.
Organizing, being able to take on a character and make it your own, living truthfully under imaginary circumstances when you are acting.
I feel that my defining roles have yet to come. I know that I want to push my limits and ranges as much as possible throughout my career. I also know that it will require immense dedication, discipline, and a desperate desire to be successful in my craft for me to have the pleasure of having those opportunities.
It's really the only defining job I've had thus far; my role as Jasper on Cartoon Network's "Unnatural History".
The role that I have at the moment, playing Kerry in 'Til Death Do Us Part, has defined my whole career and turned me from an enthusiastic amateur into a professional. It's also made me realise all the ways I can use my skills as an actor that don't involve being on a stage playing to a passive audience.
So far, an Official Sell Out Production of 'The Picture of Dorian Gray', an Open Air tour of 'As You Like It' with Heartbreak Productions that toured through the UK and France and performing a piece of new writing called 'Future Shock' at the Lowry Theatre in Salford Quays.
No one booking is greater then the next for me. Right now Im still building my resume and looking for the defining job that will take my career to the next level.
Lonelygirl15 gave me my start in acting and Bite Me stepped it up a notch.
I'll be doing a very important short Horror film this August. It will be advertised in Melbourne city and will be entered into many film festivals.
Every one is important - maybe when I made my own film,.......
"Cold Case" was great because it helped me get union eligibility and was my first real experience on a big Hollywood-style production. I shot for two days and had the best time. "The Miracle Man" is huge for me because of everything that went into getting it done and I'm proud of the performance. Theatre-wise, I was on tour with Timestep Children's Theatre of Chicago right before moving to LA and that was a two-person, 80-show tour across three states. It was a grind but I loved it and it was such good experience.
Dr. Eggman in the Sonic the Hedgehog video game franchise.
I am 16 years old, so I don't have much experience... but I have a placement at a 5-star hotel in Düsseldorf soon and at a stockbroker's office. For me more interesting is the hotel business.
A short film I did about a young teenage Gay boy and his torment and bullying.
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