Celebrity Actors Camp provides sincere opportunities for young actors to get a head start on their lives by helping them develop leadership and teamwork skills, self-confidence and the ability to earn income all while having fun learning how to act. Celebrity Actors Camp travels to various cities with top actors from Disney Channel and Nickelodeon shows including The Suite Life on Deck, Disney 365, Drake & Josh, The Suite Life of Zack and Cody, Wizards of Waverly Place and Big Time Rush. These actors, including Matthew Timmons, Tanya Chisholm, Jonathan Goldstein and Phill Lewis, have spent years in the entertainment industry and they certainly know how to act but they also know how to manage the business side of entertainment, as well. All the celebrities involved are doing what these young artists want to do and that is to perform on TV and in movies so who better to learn the business including mastering the art of smart auditions. Celebrity Actors Camp is a high level TV and Film program that is designed to connect young artists with the reality of the business while being guided by the celebrities they work with in the camp. Recently, Leah Lewis from Orlando and from one of CAC's very first camps in Los Angeles applied everything she learned and continues to have great success in the business.
Leah's mother, "Leah Liang Lewis took Celebrity Actors Camp and she applied what she learned in the program and booked several jobs while in CAC. One was with Disney Channel and the other was a PSA commercial for energy conservation. The funny thing was for the energy conservation, they needed a Caucasian girl and Leah is Chinese. They were so impressed with Leah that they created a role for her and hired her for several days of work. Please check out the latest news on Leah Lewis by clicking the link below which is exciting and a big thanks to Celebrity Actors Camp."
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If guided carefully, a young performer’s acting career can give them a head start on their adult lives, help them develop leadership skills, teamwork skills, self-confidence and the ability to earn income. We call this industry “show–business” for a good reason—it is a business. You should treat it as such. That being said, it should also be fun. If for any reason, it is not fun and educational for you, get out. If your goal is to make a lot of money and get really famous, really quickly, your hopes will probably never be recognized. You should be in this business only if you are truly dedicated and have a passion for the craft of acting.
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- Leah Lewis and Luke Benward have landed the lead roles in Disney's new pilot Madison High, a show with a special connection to the High School Musical series!
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