Friday, June 24, 2005

Leslie Becker: The Organized Actor

I've just had the pleasure of meeting (well not quite face-to-face yet) actress Leslie Becker.

Actually she's more like a quintuple threat -- writer, actress, singer, dancer, life coach...

Speaking with Leslie on the phone, I wasn't surprised to learn she wrote The Organized Actor, a best selling day/life planner for working actors. As Leslie says on her Web site:

It's hard to believe 10 years have passed since I pioneered the idea of a day planner for an actor. Little did I know back then, that my book would remain the #1 selling organizational tool for actors for all these years. As a working actress myself, It's been a dream of mine to have a site where actors can come to get resources, products and services for their acting career. is the fulfillment of that vision!

Acting may be what I do. But inspiring others, and empowering them to achieve their dreams really pumps me up! It's never been enough for me to learn something for myself. I LOVE sharing what I've learned with others so that they can learn from the mistakes and pave their own path to success. I hope you'll use my products and services. I use them all myself to keep me organized and on top of my game. They can do the same for you while also inspiring and empowering you to take control of your career and to guide you on a path of career and life fulfillment! I hope you enjoy the site. Be sure to check back periodically as the site will continue to grow and grow. And don't forget to sign up for my FREE monthly newsletter Work IT! It's packed with great tips for workin' your acting career and your life!

Impressively, Leslie has been seen most recently on Broadway in Nine and she received critical acclaim for originating the role of The Queen in the new Broadway tour of Cinderella starring Eartha Kitt. She has also recently appeared as Mary Canty in the off-Broadway production of The Prince and the Pauper and as Meredith Parker in Bat Boy. She also starred in Private Lawrence, a one-woman play inspired by the life of Gertrude Lawrence in NYC. She’s also been featured in Hal Prince's Show Boat, Disney's Beauty and the Beast and as Mrs. Claus in the Radio City Christmas Show.

Now that's an organized actor!

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