ACTORS, FIND YOUR OWN WORK’ SAYS BILL OBERST, JR.
Actor Bill Oberst Jr. gives us his thoughts on acting, being a 'soccer dad' before discovering his brand, and on how the camera doesn't lie.
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Actor Bill Oberst Jr. doesn't believe in waiting for your agent or manager to get you the work. Here's how he finds acting work himself.
Actor Bill Oberst Jr. shares his workload when he isn't acting and how important marketing is to an actor's career.
Actor Bill Oberst Jr. tells us about how he avoided bullying during his childhood, developing the gift within you, and about getting up when you are knocked down.
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Upon moving to Los Angeles, Matt makes a pact with himself: In seven years he'll be a working actor. He makes a promise that if he isn't working by then, he'll pack up and return home. This story begins seven days shy of the seven year deadline... and he is just as anonymous as the day he started. This is his goodbye story.