005: Robert Kirk – Advice from On Set

005: Robert Kirk – Advice from On Set

2019-02-16T14:06:11-05:00December 24th, 2018|

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Today’s guest is Robert C. Kirk. A born and Bred New Yorker, Bob found his way to acting a little later in life than most. Actually having been tricked into it, he came into the business with a passion and desire.

After taking classes for two years at H.B. Studios, he officially started his professional career in 2002. Since then he has amassed 57 IMDB credits, split evenly between film and TV. He can be seen in the upcoming 2019 release of Martin Scorsese’s “The Irishman” and the recently released “Wonder Wheel” by Woody Allen. He can currently be seen in a 7-episode recurring role on “Ray Donovan” as “Lou” the bartender.

When not on set working, he spends his time writing and teaching. He works as a private acting coach, with clients at all levels, from entering the business to actually booking work. Bringing his insights and working knowledge of the business to his clients.

You can find him online at robertckirk.com where it shows his film clips and resume.

If you’d like a private coaching session, you can email him at robertckirk@gmail.com

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