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Sean Koetting

 

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1) Why did you start acting? or Why did you get into film?I got into acting for a few reasons. The main reason being that I love to perform. I started off on the stage but realized that film acting gave me more of a rush. I guess it’s the fact that being on stage gets too comfortable? I found in film acting that the moments are quicker and the call to action is more intense and in the moment. It is fun and exciting! Plus, I just love acting. The idea of working on myself to portray the emotions of another person completely unlike me is exciting and challenging all at once. I feel that film acting allows the actor to explore that depth more intently.

 
2) What actors do you look to as an example. or Who is your inspiration?Sean2
As of late I have really begun to respect Bradley Cooper. I feel that he has grown a lot as an actor and has a wide range that continues to grow with every film that he is in. However, my favorite actor is Meryl Streep. There is a certain power she harnesses of which makes me awe-struck when I watch any one of her performances. She inspires me to search deeper into myself as an actor.
 
3)  What has been your most satisfying time on stage or set?
My most satisfying time on set was probably in a film I recently shot when the director approached me and told me that I had added a certain element to the character that he had not even thought of; an element that he absolutely loved. That made me feel very good. All actors like to hear what they are doing is working, especially a young actor like myself who is still very much learning and wanting to not only be the best for myself, but be the best for the people I am working with and for.
 
4) Why did you decide to The Last Beautiful Girl and what are you looking forward to the most?
I saw the description of the film and it seemed like a great film to be a part of: very fun, funny, and I guess for a lack of a better term, a feel good movie. Then once I read the script I was sold. Plus, after getting the part I did and reading his character, I couldn’t wait to jump on board and play a person who is very different from who I am in real life. I guess that is what I am most exited about. That, and meeting and spending time with the many great people a part of this film.
 
5) What are your top 10 movies of ALL time! 
Top 10?! Dang, that’s hard. Well, all judgment aside… Here it goes.
10) The Lion King.
9)The Green Mile.
8)Blood Diamond.
7)The Departed.
6) Titanic.
5)Finding Nemo.
4)Rent.
3)Hope Floats.
2) The Mysterious Case of Benjamin Button.
1) The Perks of Being a Wallflower.
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