Want to read a fascinating story of Break Diving member Joe Parisi's adventures as a voiceover artist? Want to learn how you can become one too?
Break Diving founder Monroe Mann appeared in the 20th Century Fox film "Swimfan" in 2002. In 2017, he was interviewed about his role in that film, how he got it, how it changed him, and--well--you'll find it very useful if you are pursuing a career as an actor!
Thinking of launching an acting career? Read this before you do anything else to be sure you put your best foot forward!
Some amusing and inspiring stories about Break Diving member Dan Manzano's life in showbiz at RCA in NYC.
When I was 15 years old, I pursued Eddie Cantor and the famous radio personality/disc jockey Martin Block, host of the “Make Believe Ballroom.” They both...
Probably the biggest lesson I learned over the years is that
So, here is the cast of characters: JUSTIN BIEBER (Talent) HIS MOTHER (Belief) SCOOTER BRAUN (Connections) USHER (Influence) L.A. REID (Resources) HIS FANS (Belief, Connections, Influence, and Resources)
I just provided above a theoretical foundation for my theory of stardom. That being said, time to get to the main event here: the science of stardom. First off, the talent is NOT why someone succeeds or does not succeed. It is merely one ingredient. And frankly, as far as I am concerned, the foundation is NOT amazing talent.
The Media Ladder is my theory on the easiest way to ‘make it’ to the top. I came up with this theory long before I ever heard of Justin Bieber, and you’ll need to understand it before we move on to the next part of my theory. At the top of the ladder is YOU. It progresses as follows...