Hallie Todd's article in LVLten Magazine

Something I hear a lot – “It’s my dream to be a professional actor! Do you think I have what it takes?” - I recently wrote a response to that query, which appears in the latest issue of LVLten Magazine.

What is LVLten Magazine?

 

From their “About” page:

“LVLten Magazine is a bi-monthly publication geared towards young performers (and their parents) actively pursuing or dreaming of a career in the entertainment industry. Each issue will contain exclusive celebrity features (fashion editorials with exclusive interviews where celebrities talk freely about their craft; giving insight into their careers and things they have learned along the way), industry pro interviews and Q&As with agents, casting directors and more PLUS articles from other industry veterans. You’ll learn the secrets of the trade from the very best.”

If you are serious about pursuing acting, LVLten is a very cool resource, put together with a lot of care and expertise. I’m proud to have been asked to contribute and I hope my insights are helpful.

Head on over to http://www.lvltenmag.com/ to purchase your copy today!

Also in this issue: Cameron Boyce (Disney’s Descendants), recording artist Christina Grimmie, K.C. Undercover’s Veronica Dunne, Bella and the Bulldogs’ Lilimar, Nickelodeon’s Olivia Stuck (Kirby Buckets), Gotham’s Clare Foley, Aramis Knight (AMC’s Into the Badlands), Gavin Casalegno (CW’s The Vampire Diaries), India Ennenga (About Scout), Disney’s Stuck in the Middle’s Ronni Hawk and Isaak Presley, Ben Papac (AMC’s Into the Badlands), and casting advice from Katie Taylor and CESD talent agent Mitchell Gossett, interviews by my friend Lauren M. Graham, and a few words of (hopefully) wisdom from yours truly!