Glee and High School Musical Are Making This Penn Alum Actor Up His Game (VIDEO)

Alex Weber and UPenn and actor

Last fall, we started our “ alcohol helps with homework simular to bisalic get link profession of arms essay cialis black australians thesis in mass communication pdf vending machines essay fluconazole over counter cvs college essays contests biol 5 essay 2014 super donde comprar viagra con seguridad essay writing services nyc doing a research paper on a person barthes rhetoric of the image essay examples nissan case study answers it thesis abstract sample creative writing workshops dc astronomy term paper topics source url an example of essay exam answer in nurse practitioner viagra flushes alternativa viagra herbolario calle go to link An Actor’s Path” vlog series with Penn alum Alex Weber (C’09, Lacrosse). Throughout this year we’re tracking Alex’s journey as a new actor here in Hollywood.

Recently, Alex debuted the commercial he was in with some of his idols.

In this month’s vlog episode, after the jump, Alex talks about:

  • what “special skills” he’s developing now that will help him in his acting career
  • what he’s doing with his downtime and the group he’s now involved in

Per Alex,

“Since the last vlog, I finished filming an independent which will be submitted to festivals this fall.  I’ve learned the importance of having a well-rounded training, which has led me to start vocal coaching as well as continuing with improv.  As many people will say, a career in acting is a marathon not a sprint. I always focus on being positive and patient, while working hard to move forward each day.”

Almost a year in LA, good to see Alex’s perseverance is strong!

Actors who are considering moving to LA, be sure to catch up on all Alex’s vlogs HERE

  • More Penn actor posts HERE
  • Headshot Hotties HERE
  • Actor Reels HERE



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