"Diary of an Unemployed Actor"

"Diary of an Unemployed Actor"

On "Diary of an Unemployed Actor" I speak with up-and-coming actors, actresses, and filmmakers about making a career in the entertainment industry. Episodes also include discussions that impact the profession of creatives, as well as an occasional informational episode with lessons learned. The show is hosted by Milo Denison. Instagram: www.instagram.com/milodenison Facebook: www.facebook.com/milodenison Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/unemployed-actor/support

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June 15, 2021 72 min

In this episode of "Rip It Up," Kev and Milo are joined by musician Josh  Leverton to discuss dealing with anxiety when going out on stage for a  performance. Josh also plays a couple of songs for us to enjoy as well.

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Kev Bamboo: @bmboo_creatives

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In this episode of "Rip It Up," Kev and Milo are joined by Lucy Dowell who won our listener contest. Besides a few cool prizes, we discuss theatres reopening in the UK, our favorite shows, who wants to perform on stage, and a bit about cheese.

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  • Milo Denison @milodenison
  • Kev Bamboo @bmboo_creatives
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    May 22, 2021 14 min

    Self-tapes, love them or hate them, are here to stay. Seasoned actors  might be experts by now but for the newer actor here are a few tips to  get your next self-tape looking and sound as best as it can be. Or,  perhaps even useful for someone who has been doing it for a while and  looking to improve.

    To watch the video with this tutorial: https://youtu.be/amNIIzfXx0o

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    In this episode of “Rip It Up,” Kev and Milo are joined by artist Juanita Rea, to discuss the recent cancelling of six Dr. Seuss titles by the publisher of the books. They also posed the question to the public in a survey and discuss the results. Juanita recites two of her mixed media poetry pieces for us. 

    Note: This discussion went longer than usual, as there was a lot to say on the subject so we have broken it into two parts. 

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    In this episode of “Rip It Up,” Kev and Milo are joined by artist  Juanita Rea, to discuss the recent cancelling of six Dr. Seuss titles by  the publisher of the books. They also posed the question to the public  in a survey and discuss the results. Juanita recites two of her mixed  media poetry pieces for us.   

    Note: This discussion went longer than usual, as there was a lot to say  on the subject so we have broken it into two pa...

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    In this episode of "Rip It Up," Kev and Milo are joined by musician Claire L. Shaw to discuss how they would feel if they had to change their name by choice or lack of choice. They also posed the question to the public in a survey and discuss the results. Claire also plays a couple of lovely songs for us. 


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  • Claire L. Shawl @clairelshawmusic
  • Milo Denison @milodenison 
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    March 30, 2021 12 min

    In this episode, I walk to talk about some experiences I’ve had on film sets over the past few months when it comes to COVID-19 safety. From micro-budget sets to big-budget sets, we need to make sure we are being safe so as not to spread Coronavirus.

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    In this episode of "Rip It Up," Kev and Milo are joined by poet Fin Hall to discuss how they would feel if their work was stolen. They also posed the question to the public in a survey and discuss the results. Fin recites two of his poems for us.

    To watch Fin's film "Poets and Therapy" - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gvnQpkC0Ic4

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    Fin Hall @fin.hall.14

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    Introducing a new series called “Rip It Up.” The concept is to discuss  the issues that are affecting artists these days, such as can we  separate the artist from the art they create? In an era where artists  are being held liable for their behavior, can we still appreciate the  movies, music, or other art they create while not appreciating the  person themselves? 

    These debates will include special guests and  be held in a manner...

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    An update on some upcoming changes to the format of the podcast for Season 3


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    In this episode, I speak with actress Chelsea Marie Marlowe. We talk about working as an extra and the advantages and disadvantages of doing extra or background work. Chelsea is also adept at many forms of martial arts and provides some advice for other women looking to get into stunt work and martial arts. And I learn something about SAG-AFTRA eligibility for extra work, and the reason even though you might be eligible, it might n...

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    In this episode, I speak with Vince Williams who is a UK-based actor who has been a professional dancer. As a dancer had the opportunity to travel the world, and his skills with physical movement led to performing in shows like the kids show Brum. He is also a fellow podcast.

     

    To find out more about Vince visit

  • Instagram https://www.instagram.com/vincewilliams007/
  • Twitter https://twitter.com/VinnieWilliams
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    This week I speak with Jason Henry. Jason is a Chicago based actor and voice-over artist. We discuss how SAG_AFTRA membership doesn't necessarily mean you will suddenly be working regularly on high-paying gigs. We also spend most of our time swapping stories about shows and movies we enjoy, performances from great actors, and voice-over. 

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    February 20, 2021 59 sec

    On the 80s and 90s Uncensored, listen to card-carrying Gen-Xers Milo and Jamie as they banter, debate, and discuss various topics about the 80s and 90s. If you are a miserable middle-aged office worker and your life sucks and essentially don't have anything to look forward to, at least on one day of the week you have the 80s and 90s uncensored. New episodes are released every Monday.

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    February 16, 2021 28 min

    Laurisha Yniguez plays Brielle Swanson in Baltiwood and has appeared in various industrials. She's received training from Studio Theatre in DC and Michael Howard Studios in New York City. In my talk with Laurisha we discuss crypto currency and blockchain, and the advantages of how this is impacting the world.

    To find out more visit

  • Balitwood Pilot:https://youtu.be/yVLCS53PTwY
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    February 9, 2021 37 min

    In this episode of "Diary of an Unemployed Actor," I speak with Amie Kieffer. Amie has been studying some aspect of performance her whole life. She started in piano and dance, to working as an extra in "Sudden Death," to appearing in the TV series  "Homicide Hunter," and is filming a new series called  "The Great Endeavour."

    Find out more about Amie by visiting

  • www.flowcode.com/page/amie/
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    Art Brown is a Los Angeles based Actor, Singer, Comedian, Director, and Film-maker. He's also the author of "Vegetarian Dining in NYC", and "Everything I need to know, I Learned from Cartoons!" In 2019 and again in early 2020, Art starred in the tour of “Old Jews Telling Jokes” in Burbank and Palm Springs. Since the pandemic, he’s been focused on Voiceovers and producing Audiobooks.

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    On this week's episode of Diary of an Unemployed Actor, I am speaking with Quinn Angell. 

    Quinn Angell grew up in the Dallas Fort Worth area not really interested in acting, but that changed when his stepfather came into his life. Quinn started acting when he was a teenager, then studied Theatre and History at the University of North Texas. During his time in college, he began doing voiceover work at Funimation Entertainment. T...

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    Caitlyn Piccirillo is a New York based actress and singer. She received a BFA (Acting) from Adelphi University, and a MA (Theatre) from CUNY Hunter College. Recent (pre-COVID) credits include “Ragtime” (Ensemble) with Village Light Opera Group, and “Home” (Mortimer/ Puppeteer) with Evolve Puppets.  Some of her favorite quarantine Zoom readings have included: “Dance Nation” (Brittany), “The Music Man” (Marian), “The Little Mermaid” ...

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    At the age of 55, Paul E. Kandarian audition for his first stage production, and with no experience was cast as the lead. He is now a full-time actor, having performed in dozens of films, short and long, TV commercials, industrial videos, educational videos, and theatre productions. He is also a career-long writer, working in newspapers since 1982 and still doing magazine writing and travel pieces.

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