Laguna Woods, CA (PRWEB) August 27, 2005
Tyler Guerrero is a regular 12-year-old kid who goes to school, plays games, watches movies, hangs out with his friends, and fights with his sister. But Tyler has a secret, which is about to be a secret no more.
Tyler is a gifted and talented actor who attends classes at The Performer's Academy in Laguna Hills.
He enrolled in scene study classes where he met film director Jeff Celentano. Jeff was equally taken with Tyler and worked to prepare him for the acting competition held at the WMTC Convention, as well as for actual acting auditions. Jeff has opened doors in regards to TylerÂs career and has been instrumental for his meeting respected and influential people of the Los Angeles area. ÂTyler has the ÂitÂ factor and can do very well in this business,Â says Celentano. ÂHe works hard, knows his lines and is not afraid to put himself into his work. ItÂs a pleasure to direct him.Â
He just won ÂPre-Teen Actor of the YearÂ at the WMTC Convention held in Woodland Hills. The WMTC Convention regularly hosts guests from major agencies, management companies, producers, and casting directors to score hundreds of actors and models. Tyler received 32 callbacks ÂTyler had the time of his life,Â said his parents, Chris and Michelle. ÂIt was a great experience for him.Â
TylerÂs journey started a little over a year ago when he enrolled in acting classes at The PerformerÂs Academy, owned by Laguna Niguel resident, Natalie Costa. She immediately saw the potential Tyler carries. ÂHeÂs one of those great character kids, funny, smart, talented and wanted to act in the worst way,Â says Costa. ÂHis parents were behind him and wanted to give him every opportunity to pursue this.Â
His parents will tell you that his interest in acting came out of left field. They never thought about acting or even the slightest possibility of putting their child in the business, says Michelle Guerrero, TylerÂs mom.
Tyler has commercial representation and his mom, Michelle, regularly drives him to Los Angeles for auditions. With the prominent instruction of Jeff Celentano and PerformerÂs Academy educators, Tyler has fine tuned his acting skills and has acquired strong, confident auditioning techniques. Tyler and his mother and sister just left for Canada as Tyler will have a lead in "Airbuddies."
Right now TylerÂs doing what every other kid is doing, getting ready to return to school. But Tyler knows what he wants to do and it wonÂt belong before we all know Tyler Guerrero.
For information on acting workshops, contact The PerformerÂs Academy at 949-609-1600.
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