Dori Keller has been a professional actor for more than fifteen years, appearing in over twenty-five regional and off-Broadway plays and several TV shows. Mr. Keller has also produced several plays, garnering him ten awards and nominations from Los Angeles critics. He is currently a casting director in L.A.
After reading this book, you will never feel like you are on the outside looking in!
Twelve Step Plan To Becoming an Actor in L.A. by Dawn Lerman & Dori Keller is a must for anyone who wants to start a career there.
I really enjoyed the original book and found it not only helpful, but very encouraging.
interesting love this product , wont be disappointed by it been having it for a while now couldnt be happier . fast servicePublished on April 10, 2013 by chewy62002
This book is astounding for people who want to become an actor and move to Los Angeles, California.Published on March 23, 2009 by Sharron N. Dark
I read Dawn Lerman's book after a chance meeting with a good friend of mine who had been speaking highly of her work. Read morePublished on June 23, 2006 by W. Barrios
This book is an absolute gem
I found it at LAX newly arriving from ohoo
I have been folloeing the steps and I have ser up a great new life for myself and am... Read more
Two never-employed wannabe actors write a book on "Becoming an Actor"? How good can their advice be if it didn't work for them? Read morePublished on January 18, 2006 by Puglover
for a nanosecond of my life..i thought about pursuing acting as a career, either thru stage or tv/film. so i decided to do some research about doing it. Read morePublished on September 23, 2005 by D. B Hargreaves
What I liked about this book is it deals with the actor in a more holistic spiritual way. It jives with my belief system of being proactive and creating your destiny. Read morePublished on August 8, 2005 by jen fine
As a professional actor, and rock climber
I found this book a great guide and map, not only to career sucess but personal success. Read more
This book is a fluff piece. Has anyone in the industry really ever heard of this author? Has she produced, directed, or done anything of consequence? I don't think so. Read morePublished on July 19, 2005 by Bubble Nose