Location: Los Angeles
Call for Dates: 818.784.6500
Improvisation is one of the best tools an actor can have in their arsenal. It is used in so many different forms and mediums including commercial auditions, sitcoms, reality hosting, and on-set explorations. The study and performance of improv is an excellent way of sharpening acting skills and a great method to develop writing techniques. Actors praise improv for helping at auditions, for making them stretch, for allowing them to find new types of roles to play and for providing a form of acting that, once mastered, requires little or no rehearsal time.
Instructor: Corey Pepper
Professional Actor & Improv Artist
Corey has been acting, writing, and directing for over thirty years. He made his television debut in the starring role of Davey Cohen in the NBC miniseries "Studs Lonigan" and has since appeared in "Sabrina the Teenage Witch", "The Amanda Show", "Kenan and Kel" and "General Hospital". He has also worked as a standup at the Improv in NYC and as a founding member of the National Lampoon Players and Disgruntled Former Employees. Corey is a graduate of the acclaimed Warner Brothers Comedy Writers Workshop and was a staff writer on the FOX Kids Network show "Cartoon Cabana”. His screenplay "Small Pond" has placed highly in many screenplay competitions including the Austin Film Festival and is currently working on the comedy pilot "Afterwife".
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