Casting Frontier Blog

May 14, 2021

How to Produce Your Best Work As An Actor

The key to unlocking your best work as an actor is something many acting courses merely skim the surface of. Fortunately, it’s a practice you can teach yourself. If you want to produce your best work, you have to be… Read More

May 13, 2021

Actress and Executive Producer: Brooke Lewis Bellas

Actress Brooke Lewis Bellas shares 20+ years of show business experience with us. One of the biggest takeaways from this interview is Brooke’s advice to have health insurance. As we all know, being unable to work due to sickness is… Read More

May 10, 2021

Acting Coach Larry Moss on the Work Actors Should Be Doing Each Day

“You’re not simply entitled to be an actor. You’re not an actor just because you call yourself one. You earn it. You earn it by working.” —Larry Moss   Legendary acting coach Larry Moss has a contagious passion for the… Read More

May 10, 2021

Giancarlo Esposito Reveals His Early Career Struggles

Giancarlo Esposito is best known for portraying the villainous Gustavo Fring in the AMC series Breaking Bad and the powerful Moff Gideon on Disney+’s Mandalorian. His countless film performances can be seen in Do the Right Thing, The Usual Suspects,… Read More

May 6, 2021

The Ultimate Guide to Finding Casting Calls in 2021

2020 shook up the entertainment industry. So much changed. Especially when it comes to auditions. There’s a lot less driving across town and a lot more time spent in Zoom waiting rooms. The way actors search for work, audition, book… Read More

May 3, 2021

Daniel Kaluuya Wins the Oscar for Best Supporting Actor

Daniel Kaluuya recently took home the Oscar for Best Supporting Actor thanks to his powerhouse performance in Judas and the Black Messiah. In the biopic, the British actor portrayed the late Black Panther Party activist Fred Hampton who was shot… Read More

May 3, 2021

Youn Yuh-jung Rocks the Oscars with her ‘Minari’ Acceptance Speech

Youn Yuh-jung recently won the Best Supporting Actress Oscar for her portrayal of the feisty but doting grandmother Soon-ja in Minari at the 93rd Academy Awards. This honor makes her the first Korean to win the prestigious award for acting…. Read More

May 1, 2021

Podcast Spotlight: Alyshia Ochse from ‘That One Audition’

Alyshia Ochse of “That One Audition” podcast brings her audience a comprehensive advantage to auditioning, self-tape, and even life itself. The best part about “That One Audition” is that you can even listen to it on the road! Alyshia Ochse… Read More

Apr 26, 2021

Auditions Vs. Finished Commercial Performances

How many times have you failed to get a commercial spot and then later saw the finished product? Actress Belgica Paola Rodriguez, occasionally happens upon commercials for which she’s auditioned. Rodriguez is a Los Angeles and San Francisco-based actress who… Read More

Apr 26, 2021

Casting Director Carmen Cuba on Casting Children

Casting director Carmen Cuba is most known for casting several young actors in their intriguing and career-catapulting roles in the hit Netflix series Stranger Things. Her work also includes Magic Mike, The Martian, Hillbilly Elegy, and the FX miniseries Mrs…. Read More

Apr 16, 2021

5 Ways for Actors to Practice Outdoors

When actors think about rehearsal, usually thoughts of a dusty black box materialize. While these blank spaces are excellent for the transformable needs of performers, there are many benefits to stepping outside the box. Literally. Art and nature are ideal… Read More

Apr 12, 2021

Flawless Virtual Audition Tips

You want your virtual auditions to stand out and I want your virtual auditions to stand out. So, how do we make this happen every time? It’s pretty simple. Keep reading for a list of clear virtual audition tips to… Read More

Apr 12, 2021

3 Actors Share Their Health and Fitness Routines

It can be tough to feel motivated to work out and focus on matters of health during the cold, dark winter months. But now that spring has arrived, it’s the perfect time to get moving and establish healthy habits to… Read More

Apr 12, 2021

Edgar Ramirez on How His Background in Journalism Informs His Acting

“I love to research, and I have a very journalistic approach to my characters.” — Edgar Ramirez Edgar Ramirez never saw acting as a career option during his college years. However, he was certainly attracted to theater arts. At first… Read More

Apr 6, 2021

The Actors Lounge Podcast Shares Precautions an Actor Should Take on Set

Being an actor on a professional set can be overwhelming. There are things to know and ways to conduct yourself. The Actors Lounge podcast is here to help!   Mel V, the host, conducts industry interviews and gives advice to… Read More

Apr 5, 2021

8 Actors Describe Their Biggest Career Risks

Acting great Ben Kingsley once remarked, “As an actor, there’s no autonomy unless you’re prepared to risk the possibility of starving.” Performers boldly put themselves on the line with each character they portray, but some of their gutsiest moves are… Read More