Some sage advice from Hollywood’s ‘man of the moment’ Bryan Cranston on not getting caught up in the stress of the audition and lose sight of what should be your primary focus; to deliver a truthful and engaging performance.
It’s so easy to get hung up on how badly you want the job and cloud your clarity and ability in the moment. Your own desire can often stifle your skill.
“An actor is supposed to create a compelling interesting character that serves the text, you present it in the environment where your audition happens, and then you walk away. And that’s it.”