The Gift Of REJECTION…

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Dear Readers,
Young artists become so much stronger as they enter the Hollywood audition arena.
The process teaches both child actors and their parents some important lessons as they struggle and figure things out in Hollywood.
  • It teaches them confidence. They learn that it isn’t fatal to flub an audition.
  • It teaches them perspective on how prepared they need to be. And it teaches them if they aren’t prepared, what the consequences are.
  • It teaches them about the difficulty of the journey.
  • It teaches  them resolve to keep going (Or clues that maybe they should stop).Coach Jack Turnbull

PREPARATION MEETS OPPORTUNITY = SUCCESS!

 

Young artists and their parents soon learn:

If you fail to prepare, you prepare to fail.

When a charlatan shows up  and promises a magic wand to solve your problems, guess who pays?

Young actors and their parents develop a false sense of reality about how hard the journey really is.

 

And guess who loses faith when they find the truth? 

 

Join us at HARD WORK UNIVERSITY—The Actorsite Awesome Acting Club! We don’t offer shortcuts, we offer a DIRECT PATH TO SUCCESS!

 

Acting is a muscle, you have to work it out!—Coach Jack Turnbull (1990)

 

Young artists must learn to WORK HARD and LEARN THE FUNDAMENTALS in order to succeed in Hollywood.

 

At the Actorsite Awesome Acting Club, we put the FUN in FUNDAMENTALS! 

 

Come try a class today…here’s our schedule. CLICK HERE

 

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SINCERELY,

COACH JACK TURNBULL

 

Here are some of the clientele who PREPARED FOR SUCCESS at the Actorsite:

 

Hana Hayes, Starring on THE GRINDER on FOX

Danika Yarosh, starring on HEROES REBORN on NBC
Tiffany Espensen, starring in KIRBY BUCKETS on DISNEY XD
Cade Sutton, starring in KIRBY BUCKETS on DISNEY XD
Holly Taylor, starring in THE AMERICANS on FX
Landon Gimenez starring in RESURRECTION on ABC
Taylor Lautner, starring in TWILIGHT movies
Amandla Stenberg Starring as RUE in HUNGER GAMES
Bailee Madison, starring in TROPHY WIFE on ABC
Paris Berelc, starring in “MIGHTY MED” on DISNEY
Jack Griffo starring on “THE THUNDERMANS” on NICK
Addison Riecke, Starring on “THE THUNDERMANS” on NICK
Austin North, Starring on “I DIDN’T DO IT” on DISNEY
Piper Curda, Starring on “I DIDN’T DO IT” on Disney
Donis Leonard, Jr., Starring on “HOUSE OF LIES” on SHOWTIME
Taylor Lautner, Film Star
Mateus Ward, Starring on “HOSTAGES” on CBS
Chandler Riggs, Starring on “THE WALKING DEAD” on AMC
McCarrie McCausland, starring on “ARMY WIVES” on LIFETIME
Connor Christie, starring on “ARMY WIVES” on LIFETIME
Brittany Snow, Starring in FEATURES, and BEN AND KATE on FOX
Skyler Gisondo, starring on “PSYCH”, Features, and MIDDLE AGE RAGE on ABC
Cayden Boyd, Film Star of “SHARK BOY AND LAVA GIRL” plus TV
Kelsey Chow, Starring on “PAIR OF KINGS” for DISNEY XD
Tiffany Espensen, starring on “BUCKET AND SKINNER” on NICK
Jake Short, starring on “ANT FARM” and “MIGHTY MED” on DISNEY
Stefanie Scott, starring on “ANT FARM” on DISNEY
Aedin Mincks, starring on “ANT FARM” on DISNEY
Cameron Palatas, starring on “ANT FARM” and a new series on MTV
Adam Irigoyen, starring on “SHAKE IT UP” on DISNEY
Kenton Duty, starring on “SHAKE IT UP” on DISNEY
Davis Cleveland, starring on “SHAKE IT UP” on DISNEY
Hailee Steinfeld, star of “TRUE GRIT” and FEATURES
Victoria Justice, TV and Recording star.
Brittany Snow, starring on “HARRY’S  LAW” and FEATURES
Sarah Ramos, starring on “PARENTHOOD” 
Savannah Rae, starring on “PARENTHOOD”
Scout Taylor-Compton, FEATURE FILM STAR
Ashley Rickards, starring in “AWKWARD” on MTV
Jillian Rose Reed, Starring in “AWKWARD” on MTV
Caitlin Carmichael, starring in Stephen King Miniseries.
Jason Dolley, starring in “GOOD LUCK, CHARLIE” and FEATURES
Sterling Knight, starring on “SO RANDOM” and features.
Charlie McDermott, starring on “THE MIDDLE” and features
and dozens of other young successful actors!

Co-Star VS Guest Star

I had a parent ask me this week: What is the difference between a CO-STAR and a GUEST STAR.
 
In TV, the simple answer is this: A CO-STAR is a smaller role, and a GUEST STAR is a larger role.
 
Your union, SAG-AFTRA has an opinion on pay scales for these roles, so you can check with them for what they are.
 
In general a GUEST STAR—TOP OF SHOW is paid VERY WELL.
 
A GUEST STAR, not top of show, is paid a union minimum of several thousand dollars per episode.
 
A CO-STAR with a larger role, is usually paid by the day, or sometimes by the week, if the producers save money that way.
 
A one-day CO-STAR, who can have several lines or just one or two, is paid for the day.
 
All will receive some residuals according to the use of the final production.
 
Of course they include a studio teacher, etc., for minors working. The rules protect the kids/teens in show business.
 
NEED MORE INFORMATION, contact SAG-AFTRA and ask them.
 
This is a general description…
 
One or Two line co-star auditions? Generally, be SNARKY!
 
Raise the stakes, be busy and SNARK OUT! That way, they get what they need, someone to help the story along.
 
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Dear Readers,
 
You  and your child deserve the RED CARPET! You deserve to encourage your child to work hard and find success. That’s what ACTORSITE AWESOME ACTING CLUB  is all about…Coach Jack Turnbull
 
Join us for training and mentoring to success! 
 
It’s EXCEPTIONAL! It’s EXCITING! It’s FUN. It’s AFFORDABLE!
 
Young actors work hard, build skills, and BOOK BIG! 
 
You deserve this kind of success!
 
YOU EARN IT BY WORKING HARD, AUDITIONING HARD AND BOOKING FANTASTIC ROLES!
 
We’re excited about the busy EPISODIC PILOT season is, so now is the time to prepare!
 
We’ve had HUGE success with PRIME TIME SHOWS, with guest star bookings on THE GRINDER, CSI: CYBER, HOMELAND, FRESH OFF THE BOAT, SCANDAL, THE MIDDLE,  MODERN FAMILY and TONS of other shows. Actorsiters are RULING the episodic guest star season.
 
LAST SEASON, 10 young Actorsite Awesome Acting Club members booked TV PILOTS! Are you next?
This SEASON, already 4 kids/teens have booked pilots. ARE YOU NEXT?
 
YES, you CAN do it, and more importantly, YOU can do it!
 
PRIME TIME SHOWS, CABLE SHOWS, DISNEY and NICK are in full swing with their PILOT Castings and we have GREAT NEWS to announce soon on that front. More Actorsite series regulars on the way!
 
We are inviting you to JOIN US for a SAMPLE CLASS this SATURDAY, at the Actorsite Awesome Acting Club in North Hollywood.
 
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Many of today’s stars, like Jake Short, Jack Griffo, Austin North, Piper Curda, Tiffany Epsensen, and Francesca Capaldi and so many more grew their Hollywood teeth at theActorsite….
 
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  •  Repetition to work on connecting with the material.
  •  Imagination skills to  create reality out of unreality.
  •  On-Camera to develop camera awareness.
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  •  Upping the stakes and energy for Disney and Nick auditions.
  •  Finding that INNER NATURALNESS that is required for feature film bookings.

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Comedy Monologues

Here are some FANTASTIC COMEDY monologues for “GETTING AN AGENT” sessions…

  • Choose your monologue
  • Define your character–Make your character interesting!
  • Work the monologue 50 different ways until you make it your OWN

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    COACH JACK TURNBULL
  • PUMP IT UP AND MAKE IT FANTASTIC!
  • Don’t be BORING, and don’t be UNBELIEVABLE!
  • BE ENTERTAINING!

HERE YOU GO:

I’ve been pondering life’s mysteries, like, if you are eating tic tacs, and you only have one left, is it a TIC or a TAC? I think about it all the time, and I’m gonna figure it out. You see,  I like this (Boy/Girl) (Jenny/Richie) and I’m planning to make my move this year in school. You don’t think I’m smart enough? Well, ponder this: If you are down to your last M&M, which M is it? It’s profound.  If I solve that, (Jenny/Richie) will fall in love with me. Excellent!

 

I’ve been thinking and if I hold it in any longer I’m gonna explode.  Okay, I’ll tell you, but don’t laugh. Even if you think its funny. Or stupid. Or stupid funny. Or, or, or…Okay. I’m falling in love. I mean I think so. I’ve never actually been in love, but you know that feeling when you get an “A”? Well, this feels ten times better, so it’s gotta be love. I can’t believe this. Dru Smith asked to borrow my pencil. Get it? BORROW MY PENCIL. It MUST be love. I’m SO happy!

 

We’re not lost,  You know, “lost” is just another word for finding something you didn’t know you were looking for.  Listen, you have to relax. We’re in nature. And nature will show us the way. Why don’t you just sit tight while I ask directions from this racoon?  She’ll show me the way.  That way? Ok, Thanks! . See, that was easy, Town is this way. I am one with my inner animal. You think I’m crazy? Yes, I am a little, maybe a lot.

 

ENJOY!

COACH JACK TURNBULL

 

 

Audition Taping

The Actorsite Awesome Acting Club “PRIME-TIME TAPING STUDIO!”

Audition Scene Taping and uploading at the Actorsite Awesome Acting Club is easy and fun!Screenshot 2016-02-24 at 11.12.31 AM

The Studio is set up and all we have to do is just turn on the lights to tape. Then, we have fast internet for uploading.

You can use your Iphone or Samsung phone, we get FANTASTIC sound, since our entire studio is soundproofed. Or, if you wish, we can tape for you for a small fee. Be sure to practice your scene OUT LOUD at least 50 times so you are ready to ROCK THE ROOM. If you need coaching, then it’s best to get your coaching prior to taping or, for a small fee, you can rent the space for additional time.

You can contact our coaches for taping or coaching, yes, there is a fee.

 

 

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Jessica taping a commercial….

This is another perk of membership in the Actorsite Awesome Acting Club…a fun place to build a career!

 

 
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RIGHT NOW!

To build for the future, focus on what you are doing in the present!
http://www.dailymotivator.com/memberflash/rightnow.html

Breathe in the beauty of our world, and breathe in the opportunities in HOLLYWOOD…

A message from Coach Jack Turnbull of the Actorsite Awesome Acting Club…

Some NEW data from today’s research…

RIGHT NOW IN HOLLYWOOD there are “ONLY” 160 TV shows currently casting guest roles. Each one will Cast from 2 to 25 guest roles (Co-Star and Guest Star) Each episode.

This includes PRIME TIME NETWORKS like ABC, CBS, NBC, FOX and the CW, plus CABLE NETWORKS, like TBS, LIFETIME, HBO, SHOWTIME, etc., and ONLINE networks like HULU, AMAZON, and NETFLIX…all quality projects if you like superheroes, vampires and zombies mixed in with your dramas and sitcoms. Some of these projects cast their guest cast in Hollywood to shoot in other regions of the country.

RIGHT NOW there are “ONLY” 71 pilots currently casting series regulars. This will jump to 150 or so by the end of January.Coach Jack Turnbull

Each PILOT will cast from 6 to 12 series regulars and even more recurring, and this is a SUPER opportunity for young actors because they are very precise in their casting. Youth means opportunity!

Right now there are 27 television series casting new characters and recasting other characters. This is a super way to join an existing series. Agents and Managers LOVE it when you book one of these, it’s guaranteed work.

Right now there are 226 feature films currently casting in Hollywood. These are the funded features from top casting offices. BUSY! Each will have from 8 to 60 lead and supporting roles to cast. BUSY!

And RIGHT NOW they are casting 40 to 50 SAG-AFTRA Commercials and 100+ Non-union commercials that pay well EACH WEEK! It’s BUSY OUT THERE! And will continue to be straight through.

Those of you who have representation are lucky, because almost none of these projects are listed in the open areas of the internet. It’s important to be represented by quality representatives (agent and manager) to even know about these and then it’s VERY competitive to book. You need skills practiced at the Actorsite Awesome Acting Club…

Plus, as you know, there are literally hundreds of other projects in this BUSY HOLLYWOOD SCENE! It’s important to BE SHARP!

Help your agent and manager by ROCKING THE ROOM when you AUDITION!

SO “RIGHT NOW” is a HOT TIME to be “IN THE MOMENT”!

As every young actor knows, one of the hardest skills is to be “in the moment” which means that you, as the character, are totally focused on what is happening “RIGHT NOW”.

We practice the HOTTEST current acting techniques from all over the world to place our young clients “in the moment” and to help establish the who, what, where, when and why of the action. Some of these include using the imagination, using sense memory, using repetition, and visualization.

All of them work wonderfully as each actor explores their creative life and puts each skill into practice and performance…to audition excellence.

That’s why we focus on Creative Audition skills 5 days per week at the Actorsite Awesome Acting Club. That way, young actors get to practice the “RIGHT NOW” skills daily and it’s not uncomfortable jumping into a strange character right before an audition. They practice it. They mastered it!If you are ready to UPGRADE YOUR TRAINING to the ACTORSITE AWESOME ACTING CLUB where over 100 series regulars have cut their teeth on HOLLYWOOD SKILLS, then come in and try a class, then enroll and ROCK YOUR CAREER!

CLICK HERE FOR THE SCHEDULE:

Time to put DOWN the IPAD and MAKE PROGRESS!

Acting is a muscle, you have to work it out!

If you are sitting home and wishing you had more auditions, then RIGHT NOW is the time to GET OFF YOUR BUTT and get to the Actorsite Awesome Acting Club.

If you don’t feed your ACTING CAREER, then your ACTING CAREER won’t feed you…focus, focus, focus.

Come and try a FUN, CHALLENGING audition skills workout, and both young actors and parents can network and become motivated by being around POSITIVE, HAPPENING PEOPLE.

All the best,

Jack Turnbull
Actorsite.com

10 Comedy Scenes

Here are some scenes for COMEDY WORKSHOPS.

HERE’S HOW TO PREPARE.

1. In COMEDY, your CHARACTER is what is important. So establish a believable crazy character that just by walking in the room makes us laugh. Be real.

2. The character should find a special RHYTHM for their speech. A little different approach. So work each line of the scene so you find a special “you” who delivers the lines.

4. Your reaction is IMPORTANT. SO be sure to REACT to the other actors in the scene.

5. Stick with the text and find the comedy in your CHARACTER, YOUR TIMING, and YOUR ATTITUDE!

6. Timing can be QUICK and can be SLOW, depending on the situation, so don’t settle into a boring rhythm.

Here you go:
AAAWHATSTHAT

AAATHEPEST

AAASTUPID

AAAREMOTE

aaamessyboys

AAAKARATESLANG

AAAHAIRSOCCER

AAAFART

AAACHOCOLATE

AAAHOTSAUCE

AAAFLIPTABLET

Writing a Monologue

A message from Coach Jack Turnbull of the Actorsite Awesome Acting Club!

Dear Readers,

Here’s an exercise for a nice day, let’s write some
one minute monologues…

A one minute monologue can be very entertaining, and that’sScreen Shot 2015-08-16 at 11.49.20 AM
the goal. To be entertaining for one minute.

It’s a challenge, and a FUN challenge.

So here is ONE primer for building a one minute monologue.

We’ll write some monologues while I type this.

You can use this information to build a NEW monologue or
use it to CUT an existing monologue that may be repetitive
which extends the length but LOWERS the entertainment value.

YOUR FIRST SENTENCE, THE INTRODUCTION.

Your first sentence should cover at least ONE or maybe
two of the basics: WHO WHAT WHERE WHEN WHY HOW….

For example: “It was the first day of school, and I was nervous.”

Or: “It was a rainy afternoon and my friend Amy called me with a
crazy plan.”

Or: “I hate raisins, I hate them plain, I hate them dipped
in chocolate, I hate them covered with yogurt and I definitely
hate them in my cereal in the morning.”

Now, to show how to introduce another character we first have
to establish that in a monologue, it’s important to take on the
character of any of the players. In other words, you MUST speak
like they speak and exaggerate it so that it shows your range.

Monologues show range as you portray the other characters.

So, for example.

1. It was the first day of school, and I was nervous. I guess I
should expect it to be scary, since I was a freshman, but my
friend Cindy said: “Just be normal. There’s lots of cute boys in
High School.” But that didn’t help any.

2. It was a rainy afternoon and my friend Amy called me with a
crazy plan. “Come on, It’s Saturday and we can sneak into the
One Direction concert. I have a friend in who can get us backstage.”
I LOVE One direction so I yelled “Hello, YES!”

3. I hate raisins, I hate them plain, I hate them dipped
in chocolate, I hate them covered with yogurt and I definitely
hate them in my cereal in the morning. So when I saw raisins in
my cereal this morning, I groaned loudly like this (GROANS) “You
know I hate raisins!”. My little sister says “You get what you get
and you don’t get upset.” So I gave her an evil look.

Now add some action. Be sure to include some conflict…nobody
wants to watch a monologue unless something is accomplished.

1. It was the first day of school, and I was nervous. I guess I
should expect it to be scary, since I was a freshman, but my
friend Cindy said: “Just be normal. There’s lots of cute boys in
High School.” But that didn’t help any. I tried to be strong as I
climbed the steps to school. Then, right as I got to the top,
I looked up and this guy opens the door and says, “Hi there, you
must be a freshman”. It was like a dream. He was tall and handsome
and he looked me right in the eyes…and I melted right there. Not
only did I melt, but I tripped and fell right into him and spilled
my backpack with all my stuff. I had forgotten to zip it. Dummy me.

2. It was a rainy afternoon and my friend Amy called me with a
crazy plan. “Come on, It’s Saturday and we can sneak into the
One Direction concert. I have a friend in who can get us backstage.”
I LOVE One direction so I yelled “Hello, YES!”. So I grabbed my
clothes and stuff and climbed out the window. When I hit the ground,
I hurt my foot, so here I was limping all the way down the street.
“OW, OW, OW, OW”. So when I got to Amy’s house we got dressed and
headed out. Her brother Tommy gave us a ride to the concert.
It was PACKED. There were SO MANY CRAZY GIRLS there. Amy said
“Follow me” and headed into the crowd, while I limped along
behind.

3. I hate raisins, I hate them plain, I hate them dipped
in chocolate, I hate them covered with yogurt and I definitely
hate them in my cereal in the morning. So when I saw raisins in
my cereal this morning, I groaned loudly like this (GROANS) “You
know I hate raisins!”. My little sister says “You get what you get
and you don’t get upset.” So I gave her an evil look. So my
MOM says, “If you don’t like it, fix your own breakfast”. So I
got out the peanut butter and made me a deluxe peanut butter,
dill pickle and mustard sandwich. “BYE BYE” I yelled and headed
out the door.

Finally, wrap it up with a twist and a moral to the story…some
kind of lesson learned or emotional discovery. Then go in and
cut out as much as you can…remember, it’s ACTING, so you need to
SHOW what happens rather than just SAY it.

And PUMP IT UP a little. Increase the odds and make it more fun.

And here is the finished product.

1. It was the first day of school, and I was nervous. I was a freshman. My
friend Cindy said: “Just be normal. There’s lots of cute boys in
High School.” So I tried to be strong as I climbed the steps.
As I got to the top, this guy swings the door open and says, “Hi there, you
must be a freshman”. He was tall and handsome, wearing a letter jacket,
and I melted right there. Not only did I melt, but I tripped and fell
right into him and spilled my backpack. I had forgotten to zip it. Dummy me.
He helped me pick up my stuff and he zipped my backpack, I was SO
EMBARRASSED as I rushed in to find my
home room. He yelled after me… “Hey Zippy, I don’t know your name” and my
boyfriend, Joey Chambers, has called me that ever since. I like it. “Zippy”

2. It was raining and my friend Amy called me with a
crazy plan. “Come on, It’s Saturday and we can sneak into the
One Direction concert. I have a friend who can sneak us backstage.”
I LOVE One direction so I yelled “Hello, YES!”. So I grabbed my
clothes and stuff and jumped out the window. After we got
dressed, Her brother dropped us in the parking lot. It was INSANE with
CRAZED fans. Amy said “Follow me” and jumped into the crowd. her
friend took us in a side door. It was dark and as I was
trying to follow them I tripped over
something and hit my head. As I woke up I heard this
voice saying “Are you OK? Hello, Hello?”
In a funny accent. It was HARRY helping me. You know,
HARRY from ONE Direction! YOU DON’T BELIEVE ME?
WELL, SOME KIND OF FRIEND YOU ARE!

3. I hate raisins, I hate them plain, I hate them dipped
in chocolate, I hate them covered with yogurt and I definitely
hate them in my cereal in the morning. So when I saw raisins in
my cereal this morning…I yelled (GROANS) “You
know I hate raisins!”. My little sister says “You get what you get
and you don’t get upset.” So I gave her an evil stare. So my
MOM says, “If you don’t like it, fix your own breakfast”. So I
made me a deluxe peanut butter,
dill pickle and mustard sandwich. “BYE BYE” I yelled and headed
out the door. As I got on the school bus, I tripped and spilled
the sandwich all over Tommy, you know, TOMMY…so that’s how I got
this black eye. It still hurts.

So these three monologues can be pumped up, changed, reworded
and tweaked. This shows you the process to develop a monologue.

I did this message in about an hour today…so that’s how quick
it is…

Remember, it for ENTERTAINMENT…DON’T BE BORING and make the
viewer SUSPEND THEIR DISBELIEF….

Monologues are a blast!

COACH JACK TURNBULL

GUMMY MONOLOGUE COACHING!

 :

 

We’ll be video taping the MONOLOGUE OF THE WEEK this THURSDAY.

It will be a TON of fun…work on this monologue this week:

CRAZY GUMMY PERSON!

CLICK HERE TO RESERVE

OR, if you wish to tape last week’s monologue about the DOG, click here:

FOUND A CUTE DOG

Or, the week before, we worked on the TICTAC MONOLOGUE…You can tape that one.

TICTAC MONOLOGUE

Be ready to shoot and show how your can ROCK YOUR VIDEO! You can put it up on your online presence if you like to put you on top of the list!

SUPER!

COACH JACK TURNBULL

Voiceover SAMPLES!

We had fun recording the TIC TAC MONOLOGUE  in our FAST TRACK PRO class and here are some of the best performances. Remember, we include this service as part of our FAST TRACK PRO membership, because our ONLY goal is your success. You can use these to upload to your online resume or to send to casting for a voice sample. NICE! Coached by Coach Jack Turnbull

Here you go:

TAEHO:

MATTHEW:

JESSICA:

 

AND HERE ARE SOME DIFFERENT TAKES ON THE “PUPPY” VOICEOVER THAT WE DID IN CLASS. THIS TIME WE CHANGED THE MICROPHONE SO THE RESULT IS A LITTLE WEAKER, BUT THESE KIDS ROCK THE ROOM! ONE TAKE!

NOELLE

OLIVIA:

JESSICA:

MATTHEW:

DAKOTA:

CHRISTABELLE

HERE IS A TAKE ON THE APPLE JUICE HEIST
VENISE

PAYTON

NOELLE

LOLA

KEEGAN

JESSICA

CALE

BRYSON

And here’s AMBER with her version of the the PIZZA MONOLOGUE