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Hollywood TV Casting Director Coming to Auckland

Hollywood TV Casting Director Coming to Auckland

LOS ANGELES, July 16 /PRNewswire-AsiaNet/ --

TVI Actors Studio presents 'Acting in America' Master Class/Seminar TVI Actors Studio, America's largest acting school and resource center for actors, brings Los Angeles Casting Director, Nick Anderson from the six time Emmy award-winning Hollywood casting offices of "Desperate Housewives" and "Prison Break" to Auckland on Saturday, July 26th. This intensive seminar teaches actors to market themselves in America and features a Master Class with 20 actors working on scripts with Nick Anderson and the acclaimed seminar "Business of Acting in America -- An Actors' Guide to Working in Los Angeles and New York" presented by Alan S. Nusbaum.

Nick Anderson, who works at the prestigious offices of Junie Lowry-Johnson Casting, states, "Australian and New Zealand actors are becoming a large part of the LA industry. As a casting director I am thrilled to work with new international talent." Office television credits include: ABC-TV'S Desperate Housewives, Dirty Sexy Money and Ugly Betty, Prison Break, HBO's In Treatment, Big Love and Deadwood. His film credits include: Witless Protection and Mad Money.

Alan S. Nusbaum, founder and CEO of TVI Actors Studio, was formerly a talent agent representing actors including Sandra Bullock, Courtney Cox, Jerry Orbach and Tonya Pinkins. "There is a clear need for actors to learn how to manage their careers. I encourage actors to treat an acting career like a business," states Nusbaum.

The seminar features video interviews with prominent casting directors, agents, producers and an American immigration attorney. Mr. Nusbaum will guide actors step-by-step through all aspects of establishing an acting career in the US in this career-changing workshop. Master Class/Seminar information: Date & Time: Saturday, 26th July Registration 11:00 am Seminar 11:30 am - 6:00 pm Location: Unitec, Carrington Rd, Mt Albert, Auckland 1142 - Building 172 Room 4012 Seminar/Master Class Auditor: NZD $35 Seminar/Master Class Participant: NZD $95 Auditions for TVI Actors Studio Full Time, Summer and Bootcamp Programs in LA and NY, and London Intensive will be held throughout the day. To register and for additional information visit http://www.tviaustralia.com. Interviews/photos available upon request. About TVI: TVI Actors Studio, http://www.tvistudios.com, founded in 1986, offers continued dramatic instruction, entertainment industry networking, professional career consultation and marketing support for actors. With studios in Los Angeles, New York and Chicago, programs throughout the year in U. S. cities, London and Sydney, and an international presence in Canada, Europe, South Africa, Australia and New Zealand, TVI truly sets the industry standard for merging traditional actor training with the realities of the business. The TVI staff and faculty of industry professionals are dedicated to empowering the actor with a defined career strategy maximizing potential as well as refining the actor's craft. SOURCE TVI Actors Studio

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