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Wednesday, September 26, 2007

Actor Blogs

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For those of you needing a little bit of inspiration and a feeling of solidarity, I’d like to suggest reading the blogs of fellow actors and artists. There are thousands of performers blogging about their audition, show and “day-job” adventures that are heart-breaking, moving and downright hilarious. Sometimes when I need a little “pick-me-up“ I’ll go online and do a search for actor blogs (either through Google, various blog catalogs, or through Blogger or TypePad’s member directories.) I’ll discover how someone just scored an agent and learn what their tactics were. I’ll read about audition horror stories and how the actor persevered against all odds. Sometimes there will be an actor who is depressed over a lost role and I find that fellow actors have left encouraging comments to get them back in the game.

First off, here's mine:

The Erin Cronicals

Here are some others that I have come across that you might take a liking to:

The Green Room
Playbills vs Paying Bills
A California Hippie in New York
Adventures of an Actress
Gary Ploski
In My Mind
My Shining Palace: An Acting Journal
Actor Called Tim
One Happy Kat
New York Acting & Theater Blog
Diary of a Manhattan Actress
The Struggling Actress
Diary of an Aspiring Actress
Mavis and her Musings
Joy In Hollywood
Winona - New York

I have links to a few more on my Resource Page:

Sometimes, just knowing that other people are out there having the same triumphs and struggles is very comforting. So, I welcome you to do a search of your own to find like-minded actors who can give you a little bit of inspiration. Who knows, maybe you can start a little blog of your own? (... and then send it to me so I can post a link!)

Erin Cronican's career as a professional actor and career coach has spanned the last 25 years in New York City, Los Angeles and San Diego. She has appeared in major feature films and on television, and has done national tours of plays and musicals. She has worked in the advertising & marketing departments of major corporations, film production companies, theater magazines, and non-profit acting organizations. To learn more, check out

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