Throughout my life, I strived to produce my greatest work possible and continue to do so today. I am in National Honor Society, I take Advanced placement, Honors, Advanced, and dual-enrollment courses at Penn State DuBois. I spent two summers volunteering at the local community theater kid’s summer workshop, and during the year I volunteer to usher, stage manage, and run lights at the theater. I began selling clothes on eBay at thirteen and by fifteen I created an online store through Etsy. I began working at the age of sixteen, and I currently work at T.J. Maxx. For my last year in high school, my friends and I created an “Earn and Learn” business through our school’s DECA club and will be competing at states in February. I am proud of what I have accomplished thus far in my life, and I plan to go even further in the future. My goals and
According to the latest Forbes list of the highest paid actresses and actors, we are surprising about the pay gap between actresses and actors in Hollywood. The world’s 10 highest paid actresses received a total of $205 million over the last year, it seems a lot, but when comparing with the 10 highest paid actors combined earning $456.5 million, actresses are paying less than their male counterpart. Jennifer Lawrence, who earned $46 million as the highest paid actress last year, only ranked six if she was an actor. It is hard to image in Hollywood where people fight for the inequality and woman 's rights, still suffering from gender pay gap. We cannot deny that gender discrimination still underneath Hollywood in every aspect and a number of factors are accountable for the gender pay gap in Hollywood. From industrial situation, gender discrepancy, patter of payment and social opinion aspect, we can find out why is there a gender pay
Acting as a career involves more than just performing in movies. Working actors perform in live theater productions, at theme parks, in commercials and on television shows. As actors start their careers, many work multiple jobs, such as working as extras in films or TV, to support themselves financially.
In the realm of acting, there are too many great actors to list; however a few of my favorite professional actors are Dustin Hoffman and Jack Nicholson. Each actor brings a unique style and depth to the characters they portray, giving the audience an immersive story to connect and engage with. I believe that these actors, unlike many, are able to expand their range and integrate themselves into more complex and compelling characters in order to tell a story magnificently to an audience.
Every girl dreams of Hollywood star’s figure, but not everyone knows that celebrities have to make sacrifices to cause envy among ordinary people.
Firstly to be famous there should high skills. For high skill person should do work hard for their whole entire life than the normal people. Professional sports player and actress should lot of time for being famous which normal people will not do. Motivation, Hard work, patience, and different other skill should be developed. Maintaining that level professional sport and actress work each and every time.
From the moment the audaciously charismatic Rosemary LeVeaux paraded into what was then Coal Valley, I was fully enamored with the actress who created such a polarizing character. It seemed that either you liked Rosie, or you hated her; there was no in-between. As Pascale Hutton has continued with the cast, we have begun to witness the transformation of Rosemary, and from season two onward, I have declared Rosemary and Lee my most treasured couple. Pascale is truly one of my favorite actresses, and I was privileged to chat with her recently, and for me, it was a dream come true. (You should have heard the emotion and excitement that permeated my voice!)
In the world of young entertainers, the market is often overrun with one-hit wonders and teens who decide to participate in risky behavior which results in negative press that sometimes propels them even further into the limelight. It is a rare thing in this fast-paced culture to see a young, unspoiled actress who truly has talent but has made the significant choice to keep herself grounded, but that is exactly who Ali Skovbye is. Her fame does not emanate from her wrongdoings, but instead she has built her reputation on humility, kindness, and crackerjack ability. Recently, I had the opportunity to ask her about her career as well as her Hallmark experiences, including “Once Upon a Christmas,” Gourmet Detective,” and “When Calls the Heart.”
As an actress and stagehand for the New York Civic Theatre, I am committed to a career in the
The Wendy’s in Kearney, Nebraska has horrible customer care and slow service. Because of these reasons, I have completely stopped patronizing their service. Every time I have gone through the drive thru, they are slow to serve, I have to repeat my order at least once, and I am sitting at the drive thru window for my order for minutes on end. The few times I have gone inside to order, the cashier is yelling at another worker about interfering on our conversation and I have to repeat myself. They are slower to get the food to you than the drive thru.
There are plenty of jobs in the TV and film industry that a person can have. Some jobs are easier than others and some are harder than others. Some jobs even pay a lot more than others and some pay less. But here are a list of three jobs and details about these jobs and the purpose of these jobs.
I contacted the director right away, and soon enough I was spending over twenty hours a week on stage crew. I was there almost everyday after school for the rehearsal, and then after for about three to four extra hours to help with sets. I had the honor of working with over fifty talented children. I was reluctant at first because I had never worked on a project of that magnitude. I felt that if an aspect of the set was messed up, or the wrong piece was put on, it would be my fault. I soon realized I had no reason to be worried. I learned all of the hard work that is put into each performance, and met many amazing children, many of whom I now see in the hallways of STEM at Sandwich High School. I helped these kids be the best that they could be on that
Hollywood is a place where things don’t stay the same for very long and as a celebrity you need to keep ahead of the curve. Fame is fickle – you might be in demand today but that can all change in an instant if you are not careful. All it takes is one bad move and celebrities can quickly find themselves on the outs. The cold reality is that stars come and go, so to really make a name for yourself as an actor and enjoy a long career you need to plan carefully and protect your brand. The stars on today’s list have failed to do that and it seems like Hollywood has given up on them.
What is acting? Acting is where one person takes in the role, behavior, attitudes, and other traits of another person or character in a script for either a film or play. With an acting major you will spend a lot of time working on your body and the way you move on stage. In most acting majors you will have six main classes that you must take to graduate. You will have to have a class for acting, voice for actors, movement, improvisation, theatre history, and maybe an actor coaching class depending on what college you go to. Depending on the college or University you attend, these may be the same or they may be different. (The College Board)
“All the world’s a stage, and all the men and women are merely players,” (Shakespeare), meaning the whole world is like a stage show and humans are the actors. The quote proves that life can imitate art even when it’s not recognized, art is everywhere you look, in places you never thought to look. Theater is represented in any imaginable way, so why is it not good enough for a simple required subject in school? Fine arts such as drama, dance, and art programs get cut from high schools due to the expenses that go into them. People say theater is not needed for the future, no help in the “real world”, and it’s not a life skill. However, theater is much more than an elective or an “easy A”, theater is something that will stick with you for the rest of your