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A message from my pre-mummy self

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Since becoming a mum, so many things have become clear that I had no idea about before. There’s a love I know that is fierce and fast. There is frustration I know that is quick and crazy. There is serenity that I know, only when they’re asleep. And there is a dependence that I know,...

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Angela has coached me for four months now and she has really accelerated my success in an efficient, motivating and inspiring way. Her tools, wisdom and unique perspective on the industry have enabled me to book more work, sign with an excellent agent and be a more happy and excited actor! I am so grateful for Angela’s sessions and support and truly believe that with the tools she is giving me, I can achieve anything.

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Safety at every single audition

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Something really really bad happened a few years ago. I am okay. I didn’t get hurt, but someone else did. Physically and emotionally. And there may have been more women I don’t know about. Police were involved. An arrest was made. Hopefully that’s the end of that particular predator trying it on with young vulnerable...

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The money struggle is real…but how do you fix it?

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I’d like to mention at the start of this post that I began writing this just a few months back right before the holidays and then never posted it… I wrote: “This week is not a great week. This is one of those actor weeks where you’re waiting on pay and you’re stressed out; you can’t book a...

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8 Commandments of a Successful Headshot Session – with Backstage

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I had the most wonderful headshot session this year with a woman I have recommended to about a 1000 actors over the years. This is the second time I’ve booked in with her! Her name is Jennie Scott and she is a London based headshot photographer. And no, she doesn’t give me commission for telling...

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What loss really means to an expectant mum

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When he was under one, and even to this day, I would spend a lot of time in cafes…have done since he arrived. At 10-12 months he was usually jumping all over me, giving neighbouring customers flirty eyes with his wicked baby smile, and generally being crazy. He’s a baby. It’s cool. That’s what babies do....

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An online school for champions

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Yes we know that studying acting around our busy schedules, voiceovers, auditions, rehearsals, networking, coffees and those dreaded other jobs makes it a challenge. And it can be even harder to keep to a weekly schedule on a set day of the week – it means we often miss out on things, and have to say no...

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Angela is a excellent coach for any actor to have in their support network. She's has a wealth of experience as an actor herself, so can offer guidance that goes straight to what's needed. She's also honest - invaluable! Angela genuinely wants her clients to succeed, her positivity is infectious.
Hayley Powell, London actress

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5 rules for successful actors (+ those self employed)

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We all have rules. Or at least we should. Rules for successful actors. Rules for life. Rules that aren’t for rules sake. Rules like…. I won’t drink at home on three school nights of the week. Or – I won’t sleep in on a Saturday. Or – I will exercise three times a week. (The...

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The greatest gift of all

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I always wanted to be Wonder Woman growing up. It’s no secret. All of my mates are aware that I own the costume, and some of my friends have even let me dress as Wonder Woman for parties when it didn’t even fit the ‘dress up theme’ (thanks Sarah!). And I like to think that, like Wonder Woman, each...

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