Hollywood, CA (PRWEB) March 23, 2006
One of Hollywood’s newest teenage actors, Thomas Kasp has launched his own web site http://www.thomaskasp.com His web site was designed by award winning web designer Daniel Lynton and it depicts the day -to-day life of Thomas in Hollywood as the young man continues his quest to become an entertainer. Most recently he guest starred on "Real Life 101" a popular teen TV series.
Thomas continues to be interviewed by media across the USA as he tells his story of what life is like for a young man seeking a career as an entertainer in Hollywood.
In recent weeks, Thomas has guested on several national radio shows, including the syndicated "Joe Mazza Show" out of Boston to Greg Hunter’s “World of Entertainment” on CRN Digital Talk Radio in Los Angeles, which reaches as many as 11 million homes and broadcasts on cable and satellite radio as well as streams on Net at http://www.crni.net
Not formally schooled in an 8am to 3pm time slot like other kids across the USA, young Thomas attends a special accredited school in Hollywood for youngsters pursuing entertainers’ careers. This special school allows him to go out on an endless number of casting calls at a moments notice, or report to the set when the director calls or making unscheduled meetings with his agent, manager or publicist. “I think attending school like this actually helps me learn more and learn better, ” Thomas said. The Hollywood school gives him assignments each week that he takes home with him and is graded on. This way he will earn his middle school graduation and can go on to college if he chooses to study acting and drama.
Thomas appears on a currently broadcast edition of the top-rated teen informational/entertainment series, REAL LIFE 101 -- distributed to over 200 TV stations across America. Thomas taped his guest appearance on REAL LIFE 101 in New Orleans, just days before hurricane Katrina struck.
An announcement will be made in the near future regarding Thomas joining a new talent agency and management company, both located in Hollywood.
Bi-lingual Thomas (he speaks fluent Polish) is building up a roster of credits. He played Willie, an Irish immigrant in a Chicago production of Elmer Rice’s Street Scene. He has also appeared in the independent film Entropy, a drama. His other credits include the critically - acclaimed European television production, Autumn In Warsaw. Thomas has also done print modeling as well.
Thomas moved to Los Angeles about a year ago from his native Chicago. He is studying acting with such well-known coaches as Helen Anzalone, Creative Director of The Academy Training Center in North Hollywood and Kris Kyer of The Kyer Workshop, Hollywood. Thomas’ entertainment career preparation includes studying drama & comedy, commercial technique, dialects, acting, singing and dancing.
Ms. Anzalone said of Thomas: “What makes Thomas special is his ability to make each role his own and let his personality shine through. I can always count on Thomas to make fun, inspired choices.”
Blonde, blue-eyed Thomas has some special advice for other youngsters coming to Hollywood to pursue an entertainer’s career. “Be ready for lots of hard work. …a lot to learn…be patient. and above all be persistent and not afraid of rejection.”
His favorite TV shows are the retro classics; Three’s Company, The Carol Burnett Show as well as The Andy Griffith Show. “I was very sorry to hear that Mr. Don Knotts passed away recently…he was awesome.” said Thomas
Thomas makes his new home in Burbank, California, right near NBC Studios. He lives with his mother, father, sister Emily, his dog Sonia, and the family cat named Kitty.