Young Hollywood Actors

Interviewed by Bonnie Wallace, author of the acclaimed Hollywood Parents Guide, producer of the Hometown to Hollywood podcast, and mother of Dove Cameron, this book is perfect for aspiring actors as well as fans.Based on interviews from the ...

Young Hollywood Actors

Author: Bonnie J. Wallace

Publisher: Hometown to Hollywood Inte

ISBN: 9780986351129

Page: 290

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How did your favorite young actors get started? What kind of training did they get, and how did they find their agent or manger? How did they manage challenges, and what advice do they have on auditions, haters, school, and more? What was it like to work on the Disney Channel, and what is really important for success? Young Hollywood Actors reveals all this and more in intimate, honest words from 12 of your favorite young stars: Dove Cameron, Cameron Boyce, Thomas Doherty, Sarah Jeffery, Jessica Marie Garcia, Booboo Stewart, Brenna D'Amico, Garrett Clayton, Joey Bragg, Victoria Moroles, Dylan Playfair, and Luke Benward. Interviewed by Bonnie Wallace, author of the acclaimed Hollywood Parents Guide, producer of the Hometown to Hollywood podcast, and mother of Dove Cameron, this book is perfect for aspiring actors as well as fans.Based on interviews from the popular Hometown to Hollywood podcast, the authentic and raw stories shared in this book will both shed light on what it really takes to become a successful young actor, and inspire readers to follow their own dreams, whatever they may be.

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