Sometimes you don't need training, like for example; I myself was approached by the director of the first play I was in. She asked me if I wanted to audition for the play and so I did, I had no prior experience. You just have to know people and know some basic fundamentals of being an actor/actress like memorization and voice which you can be taught if the director is nice. Alternatively you could take some classes at a local performing arts studio. Then you are on your way to start audition for roles! Good luck.
You need about 4-5 years of training to become and actor or unless you were born by an actor/actress.
A actor must go to acting classes and do drama plays
You need talent, as well as training, experience, and a talent agent.
No level of education is needed to be an actor or actress there are courses you can take but talent is more important.
I believe that one should be a good actor when no training is neccessary; although training would be helpful to enhance ones acting skills.
You need talent to become an actor
what training do you need to become an obstetrician? what training do you need to become an obstetrician?
you need geography training
Football players need several types of training. They need strength training, endurance training, and speed training. They will also have to work on their coordination with a variety of exercises.
yes, I need formal training
Training DayHe won 2 Academy Awards. He won a Best supporting Actor Oscar for Glory (1989) and his Best Actor Oscar was for Training Day (2001).
You need sprinting training, pushups, and weightlifting.
you need 3 years of training.
you need 3 to 5 years of training
Denzel Washington for Training Day.
Yes, you need self-training or to attend a school that teaches it. If you want a visual effects job you will need extensive training.
Denzel Washington won the Best Actor award for "Training Day." The Best Supporting Actor award went to Jim Broadbent for "Iris."
He has won two: Best Supporting Actor for "Glory" (1989) and Best Actor for "Training Day" (2001).
Fire fighter training! You need to go to a place
Although you do not need one, it is highly recommended to have a BFA (Bachelor of Fine Arts) or BA (Bachelor of Arts) in Acting to have professional training. Schools such as Rutgers, Ithaca and Carnegie Mellon have these programs.