techniques in auditions, monologues, improvisations,
cold readings, and how to prepare for roles in TV, film,
industrials, commercials, and theatre from professional
acting instructors in Atlanta. We also offer innovative
Our instructors push you to the edge.
Conti has been a working actor and
teacher for over 30 years.
Having been a member of Actor's
Equity, SAG and AFTRA, Nick Conti
has starred on Broadway, Off-Broadway,
Regional, Stock and Repertory Theater.
Mr. Conti has guest starred with
Margo Kidder in The Shell
Game, Bruce Glover in The
Killing Time, Tony Randall
in Love Sidney, Jack
Warden in Night and Day,
Cagney and Lacey,
The New Love American Style,
and series regulars on The
Edge of Night and Search
for Tomorrow. He has also
worked in over 75 other stage, film
and television projects. A well
respected voice-over and looping
actor, Mr. Conti's voices can be
heard in the feature films Mobsters,
Robo Cop 2 and 3,
Look Who's Talking Now,
The Last Seduction,
Bad Boys, The
Hit Man, Misfits
of Science, The Frank
Sinatra Mini-series and
many others. Having worked and taught
in both New York and Hollywood,
Mr. Conti has enjoyed
working and sharing his
skills with the Atlanta Talent for many years.
Mr. Conti is the primary reason
why the Professional Actor's Studio
is the leader among Atlanta's acting
can you say about an acting
coach who challenges his students
to think, to stretch, to expand,
to take chances, and to falter
so that they may learn and grow
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Michael H. Cole
H. Cole has over 30 years of experience
in film, television,
In the 2002 edition of Who’s Who of American Teachers, he was honored for his work as an acting teacher. His film credits include The Crazies, 42, A Madea Christmas, What To Expect When Your Expecting, The Collection, ACOD, Fate, Skiptracers, The Atlantan, Deliver Boy Chronicles, The Crossing, Badlands, Hells End, Undocumented Executive, Revealed and Conjurer. In television as a re-occuring role with the new TV series Being Mary, Revolution, Busted, Drop Dead Diva, Somebodies, A Second Chance, Army Wives, Past Lives, Meet the Browns, Homeland, Magic Eye, Teen Wolf, One Tree Hill, Front of the Class. He works as on set acting coach for both TV and Film. He is the Producing Artistic Director and Board Chair of The Renaissance Project, a local theatre company est. 1999 with dozens of stage credits from Candy in Of Mice and Men to Uncle Louie in Lost In Yonkers. He has over 30 productions he has directed such as Diary of Anne Frank, Too Kill A Mockingbird, You Can't Take It With You, A Christmas Carol, Rumors, etc. Michael teaches at The Professional Actors Studio as well as workshops and private coaching. His aggressive teaching style is driven by his passionate belief "that every actor deserves a chance."
Collins has been a working actor
in Atlanta and Los Angeles for over
Born and raised in both England and Atlanta, Collins returns home after a decade living and working in Los Angeles. A member of SAG-AFTRA, he is a co-founder and former Managing Director of Straitjacket Society, LA’s hottest sketch company whose alumnae include Jillian Bell (Saturday Night Live, Workaholics), Lenny Jacobson (Nurse Jackie), Kelly Levy (Producer, writer, sketch performer on E’s Soup!), and Sarah Tiana (national and international touring stand up comic), to name a few. Collins has been a part of more than 75 different casts of sketch comedy shows, featuring well over 200 actors over the course of more than 14 seasons of shows at SJS in Hollywood, on famed theatre row. SJS’s current members include former Professional Actors Studio students, including Collins, Floyd Wilson, Michael Clements, and Sarah Tiana.
Collins has worked in independent and award winning films, episodic television, national and regional commercials, industrials, voiceovers, new media and is most at home playing police and military characters and is honored to have represented those who wear a uniform each day. He also has experience in writing and public speaking, having worked in front of crowds approaching 7,500 people. Since 2010, he has coached LA actors on audition preparation, script analysis, and scene work and is happy to be back in Atlanta. .
cannot begin to tell you how
important you have been in my
development as an actor...
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Acting Instructor Brian Chapman
Chapman, a Georgia native, has been
acting for over ten years. He is
currently SAG-eligible and has been
a member of the Actor's Studio since
In 2004, Brian
began teaching the studio's first
Improv class. The class quickly
morphed into the Studio's first
and only performance troupe, Playing
in Traffic. The troupe
performs on a regular basis at the
Actor's Studio and at Red Clay Theatre
Brian was an
actor and emcee at Whole
World Theatre from 1999
to 2008. In his tenure there, he
acted in or directed over 850 improv
shows (he kept count!). He also
taught classes for the Youth &
Teen program. In addition, he participated
in countless corporate workshops
and corporate shows. He has acted
in and emceed Whole World's annual
Improv In The Park,
performed in numerous festivals
like The Charleston Comedy
Festival, and a 24-hour
improv marathon in St. Louis to
benefit The Chris Farley
In 2004, Brian
was one of the top three finalists
to compete for a spot in the World
Cup Comedy competition
in Los Angeles. He, and his fellow
company members, were voted the
Reader's Choice award for best local
improv group by The Sunday
Paper in 2006 and 2007.
Also in 2007, Whole World
was voted Best Theatre Company by
Brian is also an adjunct instructor at West Georgia Technical College, where he teaches a film history course.
Acting Instructor Matthew Cornwell
Matthew Cornwell, a Florida native, has been acting for over 20 years. He has been a part of the Professional Actor's Studio since 2001.
Represented by Houghton Talent, Inc. since 2002, he has built a substantial resume with credits including Nashville, Reed Between the Lines, The Gates, Army Wives, Drop Dead Diva, Meet the Browns, Homeland, You are Here, We're the Millers, and many more..
In addition to his work as an actor, he has produced, written, and directed over 15 short films. Three of these films have garnered national recognition, including a short entitled Now I Just Run, which won the Good Morning America Halloween video contest in 2004. He co-founded MAVIN Productions in 2004 as a vehicle for producing his own work. Most recently, you can see him in his self-produced web series, Becky & Barry: The Series.
Instructor Angela Davis
Angela has been acting since the age of four. A member of SAG and AFTRA, Angela is represented by two top agencies in Atlanta and has been seen in numerous independent films, industrials and commercials.
Some of her credits include work for companies such as Macy’s, Georgia Power, Callaway Gardens, and Mircosoft, N.A. She has also worked on many independent films including First Offense, Acquaintance, and was seen nationally on Single In the City Atlanta on Women’s Entertainment Network, (WE). She is no stranger to the stage where her training started and worked on plays, A Raisin In the Sun, The Baccalaureate, and Joseph and The Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat. She has also done modeling and voice over work. Angela brings to the studio years of study and work experience including a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Communications. Angela has a knack for writing and speaking and truly understands script analysis and art of acting. She calls acting “public solitude”-- her personal motto: “God has placed in you all you need to be successful-- quit outsourcing!”
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The Professional Actor's Studio, Atlanta. Quick Facts:
Conti has been teaching acting lessons in Atlanta, Georgia area for many years.
He has been an actor and teacher for 30 years and a member of Actor's Equity,
SAG and AFTRA. Having worked and taught in both New York and Hollywood, Mr.
Conti is excited to now call Atlanta his home.
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