Diversity and Inclusion Blog Posts

The cast of Stranger Things posing in front of a backdrop for season 3.
Oct 2, 2023

From Stage to Screen: The Evolutionary Impact of Film and TV on Society

Film and television have often served as a powerful mirror to society, shaping perceptions and values, and often nudging us toward change. Besides its historical significance, understanding this powerful dynamic provides invaluable insight into your craft’s transformative potential. No matter… Read More

Mother, child and grandmother sitting on the couch smiling.
Sep 29, 2023

Acting at Any Age

Even for the average actor, the acting profession comes with unique challenges and a steep learning curve. Now imagine navigating the industry as a child or as an actor in the senior bracket. How does a child actor maintain a… Read More

Aug 9, 2023

The Actor’s Guide to Navigating and Championing Diversity

When it comes to the evolution of culture, the world of entertainment and Hollywood are often at the forefront. This remains true when it comes to diversity and inclusion. In fact, a powerful paradigm shift is taking place. These aren’t… Read More

Jan 14, 2021

‘Freaky’ Actress Celeste O’Connor: Black Women Are the Blueprint for Every Form of Art

Freaky and Ghostbusters: Afterlife actress Celeste O’Connor is on the rise, representing Black women and women, in general, in the climb up the entertainment ladder. Celeste is a prime example of how one can complete dreams and aspirations while at… Read More

Siren actor Ian Verdun, who has a lot to say about diversity.
Jul 14, 2020

Siren Actor Ian Verdun On Diversity

Siren actor Ian Verdun has made an impact in show business, and his life, in more ways than one. The interview below has real quality answers to a lot of burning questions that actors have. Ian, a graduate of the… Read More

Jul 18, 2022

What’s Your Type…in Commercial Casting?

It may be hard for you to admit this because you are a tremendously diverse, uncommonly nuanced, unpredictable, multi-talented actor who refuses to be labeled. But labeled you are. Every time you’re called in for a commercial audition, you are… Read More