Swimfan and the Actor’s Trajectory

by Dr. Monroe Mann, PhD, Esq, MBA, LLM, ME, EMT
Founder & Executive Director, Break Diving, Inc.

ACTING CREDENTIALS: Monroe is a SAG/AFTRA/Equity actor, a NY entertainment attorney, the producer/co-director/co-star/co-writer of the feature film, “You Can’t Kill Stephen King” that sold at Cannes in over 15 territories, the best-selling author of “The Theatrical Juggernaut – The Psyche of the Star”, and a motivational speaker at places like Screen Actors Guild in NY, Writer’s Guild, Drama Book Shop, and more.)  Dr. Mann also wrote his 220-page PhD dissertation on the decision making processes of successful entertainers.

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Here’s a link: The Odd Podcast Interview With Monroe Mann

What is it?  It’s an hour-long interview with Swimfan actor Monroe Mann, and that’s odd.  Why?  He wasn’t a lead in the film.  He had the small (but important) non-speaking role of Jake Donnelly.  The Odd Podcast and its host Joe Parisi wanted to know how I got the role, what shooting was like, and any other advice I could share with others.  I was as surprised as you were about the interview!  But it’s fun, and you’ll like it, particularly if you’re a fan of Swimfan, or are pursuing a career as an actor!

You can also find “The Odd Podcast with Joe Parisi” on iTunes, Stitcher Radio, Google Play and Spotify.  The show also has a webpage.

Enjoy!

 

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