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Our instructors have over six decades of combined experience working for Universal Studios, Disney Channel, ABC, CBS, Netflix, and more! And because we keep class sizes small, you’ll receive personalized instruction that fits your needs.
Brian’s diverse career includes voiceover credits for over thirty cartoon series and video games including Digimon, Naruto, Bleach, Durarara, Monokukma, Doreamon, Blue Exorcist, Bungo Stray Dogs, Code Geass, Blue Dragon, Battle B-Daman, Toradora, JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure, Tales of Symphonia, Dragon Ball Super, and Sailor Moon.
His stage credits include the National Tour of Les Miserables, the West Coast Premiere of Elegies, the insane 35-character one-man show Fully Committed, and more. Brian is also the creator/writer/producer of the insane zombie comedy “Acting Dead,” which received a Primetime Emmy Award.
Tianna trained at Ballet Academy Ventura and went on to receive a BA in Theatre with an emphasis in Musical Theatre from CSUN. She worked as a children’s Dance Director for several years, and is currently a repertory performer at the Santa Monica Playhouse, where her credits include; Alice and the Wonderful Tea Party, Cinderella, Absolutely Halloween and the New Years Musical Revue.
She has been featured in numerous productions such as Sweeney Todd (Johanna), Parade (Mary) and Carrie: The Musical Horror (Carrie).
In addition to acting and teaching for over 25 years, Philip is a national award-winning drummer and percussionist who performed as a zombie drummer on the open seas for AMC's Walking Dead Walker Stalker Cruise.
Philip studies all forms of acting and is always searching for new ways to approach a role. He can be seen in Tim Burton’s Planet of the Apes, Nikki, Reno 911, and Port Charles. He is a graduate of Marquette University and holds a Bachelor’s degree in Theater Arts and Writing.
Sergio played professional baseball with the Houston Astros organization as a catcher. He is now an active stuntman with film credits that include Moneyball and American Sniper.
His television credits include Fear the Walking Dead, Westworld, Henry Danger, Dexter, Law and Order, Walk the Prank, Southland, American Horror Story, Modern Family, and Lethal Weapon.
Danielle has been a Cartoon Character Performer at Universal Studios Hollywood for 25 years; an opportunity that has taken her around the globe, and on stage and screen. She has performed in multiple live shows, appeared in concerts, and has provided voice-overs for television shows and video games.
Danielle also has experience in Early Childhood Development, and hopes her combination of performance and working with young children promotes a foundation to love the arts from an early age.
After training at the Hamilton Academy of Performing Arts in Los Angeles, David went on to perform over 20,000 shows as John Connor in Terminator 2: 3D at Universal Studios Hollywood. Along with his appearances on stage and screen, David performed at the Disneyland Resort and Magic Mountain, and was the Auditions and Casting Supervisor for Universal Studios Hollywood.
David has lived in the Santa Clarita Valley for over 10 years and is excited to bring fun, excitement, and confidence to developing performers.
Cameron studied at the American Musical and Dramatic Academy (AMDA) under Thomas James O'Leary, Joel Bishoff, Brooks Almy, and John Sloman.
He has been featured in numerous productions such as The Addams Family, My Fair Lady, A Funny Thing Happened On The Way To The Forum , West Side Story, Little Women, and Once Upon A Mattress. He is thrilled to be part of Curtain Call and to share his experience with you, and to help guide you to become the performers you will be!
Prior to his guest-starring roles on Reverie, American Housewife, Criminal Minds, American Crime Story, Days of Our Lives, Transparent, and NCIS Los Angeles, Jeffrey played Chance Frenlm on Parks and Recreation for six seasons.
Over the years you have seen Jeffrey in dozens of television shows and commercials, and next time you visit Disneyland, you can listen for his voice on Pirates of the Caribbean. Among his many film roles, Criticized—awarded Best Film at the 2016 Hollywood Blvd Film Festival—is available on Amazon and DVD.
Gizmo has nearly 35 years of experience playing clubs all over Los Angeles with several bands, and has been on tour in France and Japan. He’s played with Rebel Rebel, Karling and the Kadavers, and The Resistance which was featured in “The Decline of Civilization – Part 3”. He also plays annually in LuvJam on Universal Studios Citywalk.
As a drummer and percussionist, he has had over 600 hours of studio recording time, with an emphasis on Funk, Rock, Pop, Rockabilly, and Jazz.
Peter is an award-winning actor best known for his role as Mr. Dontzig on Hannah Montana. Other credits include Nicky, Ricky, Dicky and Dawn, Parks and Recreation, Animal Practice, American Horror Story, Reno 911, Good Luck Charlie, New Years Eve, Valentines Day, and Princess Diaries 2.
Peter has also been coaching acting and improvisation for almost 20 years. He has developed and taught courses for The Walt Disney Company and Universal Studios in improv, interactive improv, and performance techniques.
Dana started as a costume suit performer at Universal Studios and gradually became a "stand-in" for child actors, then fell into performing stunts. After auditioning for many projects and booking a number of notable commercials, Dana landed a role on a sitcom called "Good News" (UPN).
Dana’s credits include King of Queens, The Suite Life of Zack & Cody, Wizards of Waverly Place, The Haunted Hathaways, Shameless, Entourage, Southland, Girl in Progress. He has also appeared on stage in The Radio City Christmas Spectacular and the Wizard of Oz.
Kena Worthen is a dancer, singer and actress from Los Angeles, California. Beginning at the age of six, she found a love for theatre, and has performed in productions all over the country, including writing and producing a Harry Potter parody that earned the Encore Award at the Hollywood Fringe Festival in 2018, and touring with the Tap Dogs from the age of 8.
She is glad to share her passion for the arts with children, and hopes they can find the magic in it that she did as a child.