Season 4 Premiere w/ Actor, Hill Harper!

Posted by Anthony - September 8, 2010 - Acting, Double Down Film Show, Interviews - 3 Comments

Summer break is over, the leaves are turning and the buzz of a new school year is in the air, which can only mean one thing…Time for an all-new season of The Double Down Film Show!

We’re gonna kick off the 4th season with an uplifting conversation about acting and managing a career in the industry with actor/author Hill Harper(CSI:NY, Premium, Lackawanna Blues,etc.).

Hill took a most unusual route to acting, first earning a law degree from Harvard and a Masters from The Kennedy School of Government, before leaving it all behind and gambling on his newfound passion – acting.

It turned out to be a good bet that paid off with roles in many tv shows, plays, indie and studio features.Today Hill is reprising his starring role as Dr. Sheldon Hawkes for the sixth year on CSI:NY and just completed his third book, The Conversation.

·Why did he pursue acting despite having a HARVARD LAW degree?

·What do GREAT actors do that others don’t?

·Why does the best actor NOT necessarily get the job?

·What’s the most important thing you can do to LAST in Hollywood?

·What do you do if you don’t have ACCESS to great roles?

All this and more will be revealed on the 4th Season premiere of Double Down Film Show with CSI New York’s, Hill Harper.

The Double Down Film Show

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***PS – If you can’t tune in live, you can always stream the show or download the .mp3 file later at the site above.

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