Saturday, January 14, 2012

Whole Top Diamond and the Bottom Row's Gold

I ran after my mailman today to give him a mailing I've been needing to send out.  We stopped and chatted for a minute and he told me I have a nice "grill."  That was a first for me.  I've been told I have a nice smile, but it's never inspired urban slang before.

Thanks mom and dad for forcing me to wear braces.

1 comment:

  1. Hi! I've read your blog for a while and really appreciate how you're putting yourself out there while informing many new actors about what it's really like out there. I've recently decided to really go after my acting dreams. I don't want to over-step my boundaries as a reader by asking for your advice, but at this point I'm so confused that I just have to go for it. I've lived in NYC for the past 2 years, I'm almost 27 and haven't taken one single acting class. It's taken awhile to summon the courage to really go for it. Now that I know absolutely it's something I have to do, I'm confused as to what the best course of action is. My lease is up in 2 weeks and I'm in a financial position to pull the trigger and move to LA, since I don't have anything tying me to NYC. If I want to be a film/tv actor specifically, do you think I would be better off moving to LA right away, getting settled, building a real life and pursuing an acting career there or should I stay in NYC for a year or two and get my training here? I'm concerned that the economy has decreased the availability of film/tv work in LA and maybe that has increased the amount of film/tv work available in NYC-- enough to lay the foundations of an acting career on. Thank you so much for any advice you can throw my way, and sorry for being so forward but I do trust your opinion greatly...and need it! Thanks!