Extreme Actor

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Extreme Actor

Year: 2017
Genre: Entertainment

Tony Babcock has been acting since he was a wee child. He takes his preparation to an extreme level. In Extreme Actor follow Tony as he prepares for many roles, meets the amazing people behind the characters, and pushes his limits to walk, run & jump in someone else’s shoes!

Episodes

Locked In

In the first episode, Tony steps into the mind of a prisoner but not by choice.

A See-Through Performance

Tony goes on a ghost tour, a paranormal investigation and meets with a futurist in preparation for a ghostly audition.

Just A Number

Tony travels to Revera Retirement Home in order to fully appreciate playing a senior.

Sir Anthony

Tony embarks on a journey of Knighthood at Medieval Times in preparation for a big audition.

So You Think You Can Act

Tony meets with Dancer/Actor Bree Wasylenko to learn the ins and outs of being a dancer.

Broadway Bound

Tony rejoices and laments on the ins and outs of auditioning, and learns how to be a father in this musical finale of season one!

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