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Question 1 of 21
What attracted you to begin a career as an actor? Why do you feel this is the ideal profession for you?
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List of Actor and Actress Interview Questions
  1. What attracted you to begin a career as an actor? Why do you feel this is the ideal profession for you?
  2. Teamwork and the ability to work with large numbers of people is important in this role. How do you cope working within a large team? Why do you think teamwork is important?
  3. Motivation is important within the acting profession. What would you say is your motivator currently? How do you remain positive and focused within your role?
  4. How do you like to be managed? What sort of management style gets the best out of you professionally?
  5. To be an established actor you need to be able to measure your success and build on this. How do you evaluate success within your role?
  6. Thinking back over your career to date, what has been your greatest accomplishment as an actor?
  7. Since beginning your career tell me about a situation that has made you proud. Why was this, and what was the outcome?
  8. From a professional context, what do you feel your greatest weakness is?
  9. From a professional context, what do you feel your greatest strengths are?
  10. Talk me through some of your biggest achievements to date. Why were these memorable to you, and how did you achieve them?
  11. What do you think you can bring the world of Acting, and what qualities do you possess that makes you a good candidate for this role?
  12. How do you think you will handle the prospect of fame and the perks/downfalls that come with it? Are you aspiring to become a famous actor?
  13. What have you learnt from previous roles and your past experience that would be of benefit to you in this role?
  14. Can you tell me about the last film you went to see, and why? What was memorable about it, and what were your thoughts? Were there areas you felt could have been improved on?
  15. Who is your role model from within the Acting industry, and why?
  16. What type of acting role would interest you the most, and why?
  17. If I were to contact your previous employer and ask them to highlight areas you could improve in, what do you think they would say, and why?
  18. How would you manage a stressful or difficult situation at work?
  19. Focus on your career aspirations. Ten years from now, where do you see yourself?
  20. If I were to contact your previous employer and ask them to describe your work ethic, what would they say? And, do you agree with this?
  21. What kind of performances have you done outside of school?
Actor and Actress Information
August 17th, 2017

Actors and actresses portray characters in the performing arts and various media, including theater, film, and television. Depending on the part that they play, they may interpret a written script in order to convey information to the audience in an engaging or entertaining way. Actors typically do not find full-time work and the hours are long and irregular. They work in film and television studios, on stages, on filming locations. Some actors travel with a touring show. A degree is not required, though taking courses on drama or attaining a degree in theater arts may help. Actors and actresses can also take classes and engage in long-term training to enhance their skills and abilities.

The interview will assess the actor or actress' range of dramatic and acting abilities and work experience, and will typically involve an audition in which the actor performs a 'cold reading'. The main objective in this interview is to determine whether the actor is able to demonstrate the qualities needed in the role that you're applying to portray. This involves a combination of several factors, including physical appearance, ability to convey and evoke certain emotions, physical acting, and verbal acting. Depending on the nature of the role, improvisation may also be integrated into the interview. Memorization, reading, and speaking are important skills that'll be assessed during the interview.

To prepare for this interview, an actor or actress should familiarize themselves with the role and how the character fits into the production. When possible, you should research the director and/or writer's body of work and see if there is a common theme amongst the actors or actresses that are chosen for a role that's similar to the one you're applying to. Look for an acting style that seems compatible with that body of work.
Actor and Actress User Submitted Interview Answers
Question 1 of 21
What attracted you to begin a career as an actor? Why do you feel this is the ideal profession for you?
User Submitted Interview Answers
1.
I started my career as a actor.
Question 2 of 21
Teamwork and the ability to work with large numbers of people is important in this role. How do you cope working within a large team? Why do you think teamwork is important?
User Submitted Interview Answers
1.
About like 6 people that we work together get some money.
Question 3 of 21
Motivation is important within the acting profession. What would you say is your motivator currently? How do you remain positive and focused within your role?
Question 4 of 21
How do you like to be managed? What sort of management style gets the best out of you professionally?
Question 5 of 21
To be an established actor you need to be able to measure your success and build on this. How do you evaluate success within your role?
User Submitted Interview Answers
1.
Whatever you are thinking in your theory and you are giving you efforts and dedication and getting output practically that will be the evaluation of success.
Question 6 of 21
Thinking back over your career to date, what has been your greatest accomplishment as an actor?
User Submitted Interview Answers
1.
My greatest accomplishment ... I don't know. Sorry *laugh*
2.
I want to get a goal to make more money.
3.
Be reconisez as someone you can play well.
Question 7 of 21
Since beginning your career tell me about a situation that has made you proud. Why was this, and what was the outcome?
User Submitted Interview Answers
1.
I pound for all my friend's and they cheer me to get a 1place.
2.
Writing/direction/cinematographi/acting and mimicri of film star.
Question 8 of 21
From a professional context, what do you feel your greatest weakness is?
User Submitted Interview Answers
1.
My greatest weakness would be my nerves I get really nervous sometimes and stumble apon what I'm trying to say or do and even though everyone gets nervous it causes my to freak out and forget what I'm trying to do and with that I procrastinate and try to just put everything in the back of my mind as if I could just make it disappear which causes me to have to rush into school work and performing and learning lines.
2.
I am an emotional person.
3.
My weakness are back pain very bad but is okay.
Question 9 of 21
From a professional context, what do you feel your greatest strengths are?
User Submitted Interview Answers
1.
My greatest strength is that I am not a quitter.
2.
Performing, I love it because I'm able to be someone that I'm not and presue in expressing myself on stage and entertain the people around me.
3.
My strenght are very good and I can't carried heavy one.
4.
Uff. I don't know ... I'm helpful and love to help.
Question 10 of 21
Talk me through some of your biggest achievements to date. Why were these memorable to you, and how did you achieve them?
User Submitted Interview Answers
1.
I love to play volleyball and softball to get a smart and faster.
2.
I am a good writer, director, cinemato grafer and actor I know lenguej hindi, bengali, bhojpuri, nepali and normal english I am a very good mimikeri & voise ovar artist.
Question 11 of 21
What do you think you can bring the world of Acting, and what qualities do you possess that makes you a good candidate for this role?
Question 12 of 21
How do you think you will handle the prospect of fame and the perks/downfalls that come with it? Are you aspiring to become a famous actor?
Question 13 of 21
What have you learnt from previous roles and your past experience that would be of benefit to you in this role?
Question 14 of 21
Can you tell me about the last film you went to see, and why? What was memorable about it, and what were your thoughts? Were there areas you felt could have been improved on?
Question 15 of 21
Who is your role model from within the Acting industry, and why?
Question 16 of 21
What type of acting role would interest you the most, and why?
Question 17 of 21
If I were to contact your previous employer and ask them to highlight areas you could improve in, what do you think they would say, and why?
Question 18 of 21
How would you manage a stressful or difficult situation at work?
Question 19 of 21
Focus on your career aspirations. Ten years from now, where do you see yourself?
Question 20 of 21
If I were to contact your previous employer and ask them to describe your work ethic, what would they say? And, do you agree with this?
User Submitted Interview Answers
1.
Writing, direction, cinematografi&acting.
2.
Writing, direction, cinematografi&acting.
Question 21 of 21
What kind of performances have you done outside of school?
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