I don’t think it should be that hard for kids and teenagers to follow their dream of acting. They just need training, confidence and a few tricks to break into the Hollywood system
Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) September 9, 2010
Adrian R’Mante had a vision back in 2008 to help and encourage young kids and teenagers from around the United States to break into Hollywood. Adrian remembered he got into the Hollywood system but he had to do it the hard way and got little help on the way. His starring stint on the Disney Channel’s The Suite Life of Zack & Cody along with an array of other appearances on television shows and films proved to him it was possible. Adrian doesn’t believe it should be that complicated for young actors and that’s why he established the Celebrity Actors Camp (http://celebrityactorscamp.com). This endeavor has lead to thousands of satisfied parents, teenagers and young children who feel they have successfully learned what it takes to become a working actor. Some graduates of the Celebrity Actors Camp work locally in their cities and towns and others book work in Hollywood. In just the last twelve months graduates of Adrian R’Mante’s Celebrity Actors Camp have appeared on NBC’s Parenthood, with Johnny Depp in Alice In Wonderland, and another participant of the camp just booked a new series on MTV and a child in the same recent camp booked a role starring opposite Kevin Klein and Annette Bening.
Adrian R’Mante knows it’s not easy for parents to fly their kids to Hollywood to train and audition so Adrian and his celebrity coaches go to kids where they live in cities everywhere including San Francisco, Salt Lake City, Seattle, Providence, Orlando, Boise and Spokane. Adrian and his celebrity coaches spend hours training children and teenagers in the finer details of acting. All camp participants get the opportunity to work with celebrity talent like Phil Lewis and Matthew Timmons from Disney’s Suite Life On Deck or Jonathan Goldstein from Drake and Josh during the weekend of the camp.
“I don’t think it should be that hard for kids and teenagers to follow their dream of acting. They just need training, confidence and a few tricks to break into the Hollywood system,” says Adrian R’Mante. “We all take pride at the Celebrity Actors Camp in introducing acting to our kids. It’s an incredible honor to do what we do on the road and in Hollywood.”