TV Directors Reveal What Actors Should and Should Not Do On Set

Want to become a better actor?

Need to learn how to get along with directors? If so, then we have the perfect video for you.

Recently, directors of hit TV dramas were interviewed by the SAG-AFTRA Foundation. The directors shared their thoughts, advice, and tips they learned and how actors should approach acting on a TV show.

Moreover, the group of directors addressed techniques aspiring filmmakers should use to communicate their vision for a scene and how to collaborate with performers to execute specific goals on an episode. The panel includes directors from hit TV shows such as American Crime, Greenleaf, The X-Files, Scandal, Private Practice and Criminal Minds.

To learn how to become a better actor, check out the full video below.

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