Haley began her acting career in second grade when she was in the Thanksgiving Day play, and hasn't stopped acting since. Her days involve searching for new auditions and attending call backs, in addition to working many different side jobs to make ends meet. Even after finishing her degree in theater, Haley is continually learning for her craft.
Actors express ideas and portray characters in theater, film, television, and other performing arts media. They also work at theme parks or for other live events. They interpret a writer's script to entertain or inform an audience.
Long-term on-the-job training
It takes many years of practice to develop the skills needed to be successful, and actors never truly finish training. They work to improve their acting skills throughout their career. Many actors continue to train through workshops or mentoring by a drama coach.
Every role is different, and an actor may need to learn something new each time. For example, a role may require learning how to sing or dance, or an actor may have to learn a foreign accent or how to play an instrument or a sport.
Many aspiring actors participate in high school, college, and local community plays. In television and film, actors usually start out in smaller roles or independent movies and work their way up to bigger productions.
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