Photo Credit: Christopher Sheffield "The only way it is going to be tough or impossible is if you believe that." Bret Green urges aspiring actors to work hard and believe in themeslves, because that's just what he did. The Michigan native took a marketing job in Arizona shortly after graduating. With a fast flick of destiny, it was apparent that he wasn't in the right field and so, with nothing but self-belief, Bret moved to LA to follow his acting passion. And it was defi
When I was originally schedulded to attend a recent AOL BUILD taping in NYC, I never imagined getting acting advice directly from Tom Hiddleston, Jessica Chastain and Mia Wasikowska. But it happened. They each placed their sparkling gaze on me and relinquished valuable wisdom. And lucky for you, kids, it's all on video. Check out the clip above to see the three stars take a break from discussing their latest film, Crimson Peak, to inspire aspiring actors.
"Oh, crap. I'm gonna die." Noah Foster utters this often on MTV's television reincarnation of Scream. He exists in an unlucky world where the people around him drop faster than characters on Game of Thrones. Of course, John Karna, the actor pupetteering Noah, is much more fortunate. After being a part of several impressive projects (like Modern Family and Law & Order), John is finally gaining the attention his talents deserve. His portrayal of Noah Foster is a redeeming d
All Photo Credits: Tommaso Mei Niki Koss is one to watch. From her award-winning web series, "ROYALS," to recently completing production on "Trafficked," alongside Ashley Judd, the 21 year old actress is certainly on the rise. HYC caught up with Niki on the brink of her Paramount Pictures film debut in "Scouts Guide to the Zombie Apocalypse." We ask her about her trouble-maker of a role, working with zombies and what's next. RP: What made you want to be an actress? NK: I
To be a writer is to embark on a mysterious mind adventure. After all, writing is a tedious quest that has the prospect of carrying many obstacles and headaches. However, if you learn to appreciate the journey, the positives can far outweigh the negatives. Here are five frequent struggles writers enconuter and how they can be solved: 1. THAT PESKY PHONE PING. In the time you set aside to finally sit down and focus on writing, everyone and their mother seems to want to talk
While life can occasionally appear as the sticky mud puddle engulfing our feet, the truth is that none of us are ever really stuck. No matter what path has been chosen, everyone possesses the capability to switch things up and, according to actor Amadeus Serafini, that power is invalubale. "I say switch it up. I think it’s wise to move away and learn new things from new people." It would be crafty to take Amadeus' astute advice as the actor is rapidly making a name for hims