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Good Mentors in Boston

A good mentor is like having the test answers in your back pocket and is a huge asset in Boston. Michael Jordan (Star of Space Jam) once said in reference to his mentors Forest Whitaker, Ben Affleck and Oprah that, “As an actor, a solo mission doesn’t really happen that often...somebody that’s been through it before that’ll reach back and give you some sound advice is so valuable...and I’ve been pretty lucky to have some good people.” Jordan is just one good example of why having a good mentor can be the best thing you have done for your career as an actor in Boston.
Do not hesitate to connect with your teachers at acting school in Boston. When you are attending acting school; one of the best resources you have are the skilled instructors right at your fingertips that are already active in the industry and know what is to be expected of a working actor in the “real world.” You may even be able to get private consultations with that instructor if your acting school offers that to students. Be present in your classes and show enthusiasm, your teacher will see your dedication and remember that later. Ask questions and even sign up for extra workshops and most importantly stay in touch with your teachers even after you have graduated. They are the first step in creating your network in the entertainment industry in Boston.
When you ask, you can recieve. 90s singer and songwriter Lisa Loeb found out this for herself. She got a gig in Reality Bites (1994) by simply asking and staying strong with courage and faith. At the time she actually lived next door to the lead in the film, Ethan Hawke and took it upon herself and gathered her courage to hand him her demo tape which was in turn passed on to the director Ben Stiller. Okay, so yeah cool story bro. But people really devalue just asking. Make a list of your favorite actors and find out with a little research of where they may be doing an event; ideally something that involves a discussion panel. Make a list of intriguing questions and ask, you may even just ask them to be your mentor. You will never know unless you just ask.
As an aspiring actor, the importance of networking can not be stressed enough and it is not just about building contacts so you can find work in Boston. Networking can be another great way to find others that are further along in their career and someone to learn from as well. You can network with ease just by attending acting workshops, conferences, film screenings and perhaps even join an improv group and use the internet and social media to your advantage. There are groups on facebook that you can join and you may even find multiple mentors on discussion boards.
However if you find that your heroes in the acting world are unreachable at this time in Boston, you can always pick up a good book and use that as your mentor for now. There are good benefits to be had by using a book for your mentor or using a guide like Sanford Meisner on Acting. You can improve what you already know about acting without having to worry about trivial things like time constraints or having to deal with another actor's agent or security personal, to get the mentoring you need. To be a successful mentee, you should be open to learning and don’t be afraid to ask the tougher questions as you make your way down your career path in Boston.