Advancing Actors’ Careers – Candid Interview with Casting Director & Author Paul Russell | Answers for Actors

November 27, 2012 at 10:32 am | Posted in acting, actors, Actors & Agents, auditions | 1 Comment
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Paul RussellActor Anthony Charles mines a treasure trove of tips on strengthening an actor’s career from outspoken director, casting director, and author Paul Russell as part of Charles’ weekly podcast. Russell’s blunt behind-the-audition table candor includes how to audition better to actors finding work successfully to improving actor marketing.  A must listen for every actor’s journey. Listen live or download for later.

This special podcast appears here courtesy of Anthony Charles.

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Paul Russell’s career as a casting director, director, acting teacher and former actor has spanned nearly thirty years. He has worked on projects for major film studios, television networks, and Broadway. Paul has taught the business of acting and audition technique at NYU and has spoken at universities including Yale, Temple and the University of the Arts. He is the author of ACTING: Make It Your Business – How to Avoid Mistakes and Achieve Success as a Working Actor. For more information, please visit

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  1. Great interview! Information valuable enough to transcend the acting world, to creatives in general. Much thanks to Paul Russell and Anthony Charles!

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