Actorclass - NYC


Hone your skills alongside an industry professional who has collaborated with creators of BLACK SWAN, TRANSAMERICA, MYSTIC RIVER, Broadway Across America & more. All levels welcome. Affordable rates.

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500 8th Ave New York, New York, United States 10018

phone: view phone917-224-0873





ACTORCLASS has helped hundreds of novice and professional actors land work in major motion pictures, prime-time television, independent film, national commercials, Broadway musicals, and Off-Broadway theater. This year, actors have landed work on: TRANSPARENT, GOTHAM, AVENUE Q, DECEPTION (ABC pilot), MILLION DOLLAR LISTING, and dozens more.

Our approach cuts through the hocus-pocus "methods" and "techniques", and instead, yields results in the form of LUCRATIVE CAREERS.

Actor Class President, David L. Epstein is a Tisch, NYU Graduate who has built a career in the arts across multiple fields. He has performed principle roles in national commercials for Showtime, Bell Phone, Microsoft and has travelled internationally for stage and film as far as Cairo, Egypt (gaining his SAG and Equity cards). As a professional director he has worked and co-produced with Dennis Lehane (writer of LIVE BY NIGHT, MYSTIC RIVER, GONE BABY GONE, and SHUTTER ISLAND), Andres Heinz (screenwriter, BLACK SWAN), Rene Bastian, (producer TRANSAMERICA) Moritz Borman (producer of ALEXANDER, W, TERMINATOR SALVATION), Broadway Across America and more. As a writer Epstein is published in a half dozen books for actors including 2015 releases from Smith Kraus Books and Applause.

The ActorClass standard of excellence, which comes from years of ongoing EXPERIENCE in the industry, is handed down to each student. Contact us today and become a casting director's dream, at:



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