Short podcasts from inside the classroom and longer sit-down conversations with celebrities and creative Inspirers.
Anthony is an award-winning writer-director-producer, creativity expert, inspirational speaker, and artistic director of Anthony Meindl’s Actor Workshop (AMAW) with studios in Los Angeles, New York, London, Atlanta, Sydney, Toronto, Santa Fe, and Vancouver.
His unique approach to acting (and creativity) is no-nonsense and based on the assumption that we can all do it. Because we can.
Anthony Interviews Manager Jay Froberg
On Today's Episode we have Manager, Producer, and Entrepreneur, Jay Froberg. Founder of global media & entertainment company “Roar” helping artists to achieve their artistic and commercial goals. Tony & him chat about the business of acting, talent representation, and how to adapt to the industry to navigate a successful career. Link in bio! USE PROMO CODE AMS20 when purchasing Jay’s Online Master Class “The Art of Guiding Your Acting Career."
Anthony Interviews Lauren Swickard
On today's episode, Tony chats with Actress, Writer, and Producer Lauren Swickard about the difficulties of typecasting, the nature of Social Media, and creating our own content in today's industry.
Actress, writer and producer Lauren Swickard has written and sold multiple original screenplays throughout her short but impressive professional career. Most recently, she created, wrote, produced and starred in A California Christmas, one of a small handful of feature films to start and complete production in the midst of the pandemic. The film is in post-production and is slotted for broad release in December, 2020 as a Netflix Original.
Lauren's most recent endeavor is lead writer and producer for Casa Grande - an episodic series she created that is scheduled for distribution in January, 2021. The narrative explores the dramatic truths of our country's allure to immigrants and illustrates what mankind will endure in pursuit of the American dream.
A Cincinnati native, Lauren excelled in the arts at a young age. Her artistic talent stems from her early years in musical theatre, pre-professional ballet, and studies at The E.W. Scripps School of Journalism at Ohio University. Lauren also attended the prestigious School of American Ballet and she has performed on the professional stage with the Cincinnati Ballet Company.
Lauren pulls from more than seven years and 40+ credits of screen acting experience, performing roles on feature films, award winning short films, and television series in drama and comedy. She began her professional acting career in high school with a small role on the TV Movie, "Shelter," working with JJ Abrams. Now represented by Powerline Entertainment, she can be seen in Netflix's "Dear White People," "Roped" and countless projects currently airing on the Lifetime Movie Network, the Syfy channel, and Amazon Prime.
Anthony Interviews Casting Director Nancy Bishop
On Today's episode, Tony chats with TV and Film International Casting Director Nancy Bishop, known for everything from The Pink Panther, to The Illusionist, The Avengers, and Borat Subsequent Moviefilm which has already won more than 26 awards, and is up for a few Golden Globes as well! They discuss the world of Casting Lists, how to get seen by a Casting Director, and how to chase good work as an actor.
The Hidden Creative Brain with Anthony Meindl and Dr. Anoop Kumar
On today's episode Tony chats with Dr. Anoop Kumar about the hidden creative brain. They discuss identity, the connection between physiology & imagination, and being authentically you in acting and in life.
Sally And Phoebe
Today Tony chats with Mother & Daughter Actresses Sally & Phoebe Dynevor. They discuss how to grow into your confidence as an actor, and reminisce about powerful past AMAW Acting Intensives that impacted their lives.
Between Sally's years on the soap opera "Coronation Street," and a new Shonda Rhimes show premiering on Netflix Christmas Day called "Bridgerton" that Phoebe is starring in, they both have been keeping quite busy in the industry.
Anthony Interviews Toddy Smith
On today's episode, Tony chats with Toddy Smith about his journey as an actor, content creation, and the current climate of social media.
This podcast is so useful to working actors...especially those of us that are attempting to consistently up our game. The information is real and ACTUALLY useful as opposed to just standard interview questions. The conversations are laid back and feel like you are relaxing around a table gabbing about what does and doesn’t work for people.
All Actors Should Listen!
Inviting all of these CD’s, actors, agents and etc. is the best thing Anthony could do for aspiring actors. The information is comforting and insightful. Love this podcast!
Learn to host
You seem awesome. But you’re the equivalent of an actor with a great personality who does zero training. You interrupt guests, cut yourself off, take over and dominate the other person’s time, and ask yes/no questions way too often. All things that could be remedied if you would just do the basic work of learning how to interview and host a podcast. This would be a great pod if you did that but, as of now, is an incredibly awkward listen.