An interview With Aspiring Actor Ryan Glover

Ryan Glover, is an actor who has appeared on the show Find Our Missing and in such independent films as Prison Boat.

Q: Why do you think so many people want to be actors?

A: The rewards that come with being successful in this craft are so tempting and its a profession that allows you to express yourself creatively. The opportunity to become someone else is also a factor.

Q: What do you hope to express though your craft?

A divine truth.

Q: . How does one go about getting a part on a crime reenactment show?

A: Good headshots, resume, and an excellent reel.

Q: What is your strangest Hollywood story?

A: Catching an armed robbery case [over an ipad] in South Central while going too school in Burbank.

Q: . Why do you think so many actors have a hard time handling fame?

A: A lot of people have low self esteem and think they don’t deserve blessings, not practicing moderation, believing their own hype, and poor choices in regard to friendships.

Q: What do you like about Hollywood?

A: Being around people I idolized when I was younger on a daily basis.

Q: What don’t you like about it?

A: The nepotism.

Q: Who are some of your acting influences?

A: Denzel Washington, Danny Glover, Andre Braugher, Vince Vaughn, Mark Wahlberg, Giovanni Ribisi, Matt Damon, and Jeremy Renner.

Q: What is the greatest performance you have ever seen by an actor? (why do you think this) Denzel Washington in Malcom X…really incredible performance!!

A: Why do you think looks are so important in Hollywood? People want to see beauty. I don’t know about you but I’ve never youtube’d Susan Boyle.

Please note; Eliza’s interviews are done by email. All answers are unedited and come right from the lovely fingertips of her subjects:)


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