Actor Samuel L. Jackson is going to teach an online acting class in collaboration with MasterClass.
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As reported by Variety, “Jackson will deliver wisdom and pointers culled from playing more than 100 roles over his 45-year film career.” The course will be available for a one-time $90 fee. His class is slated to premiere sometime this winter.
In the class, Jackson will share lessons about how to break down a script, how actors can leverage their voice, embody their characters, improve their auditioning skills, and collaborate in the industry.
The course will include more than 20 video lessons, a downloadable workbook, and Jackson will answer select questions from students.
“In my MasterClass, I hope students learn that there’s no limit to what they can make-believe,” Jackson said in a statement. “By the end, they’ll be able to walk into a room, present their best self, and be happy with the result.”
“As one of the most successful actors of all time, Samuel L. Jackson has a tremendous amount to teach not only about the craft of acting but also the practical side of building your acting career,” said MasterClass CEO and co-founder David Rogier.
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