Eric Nelsen is a 4x Emmy Award & Tony Award-winning actor and producer.
He is currently starring on the Paramount+ hit tv series 1883 alongside Sam Elliott and Tim McGraw.
He has been seen on the big screen in NIGHTMARE CINEMA, opposite Academy Award Nominee Mickey Rourke, in RAVAGE opposite Academy Award nominee Bruce Dern, A WALK AMONG THE TOMBSTONES opposite Academy Award Nominee Liam Neeson, and COMING THROUGH THE RYE opposite Academy Award winner, Chis Cooper.
Some of his favorite tv roles include a series regular in Hulu’s revival of ALL MY CHILDREN, a recurring role in Showtime’s THE AFFAIR and working opposite Kevin Bacon in THE FOLLOWING, opposite James Spader in THE BLACK LIST, opposite Adam Driver in GIRLS, and opposite Denis Leary in ERASE.
Notable producing work includes WAKEFIELD starring Bryan Cranston and Jennifer Garner, and THE INHERITANCE on Broadway.
We are dropping this podcast in honor of Mother’s Day but also on the actual day she gave birth to me!
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Advice: “When I’m stuck in a story, I talk to someone else.”
Keep doing what you’re doing and enjoy it!
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Work hard to keep your brain tight so your nasty messages in your brain don’t have power.
Having a relationship with their highest wisdom, that will help you solve all your problems.
“Hell no! I am not under any circumstances going to let this happen.”
Is this real or is this my ego?
“It is coming, it is baffling, it is powerful”
Take care of yourself and do what you set out to accomplish.
Amelia Campell was most recently in the Lucille Lortel nominated Coal Country at The Cherry Lane Theater. She was nominated for a Tony Award for her first Broadway play Our Country’s Good in 1991.
Additional select theater: Broadway: A Small Family Business; Translations; The Herbal Bed; Waiting in the Wings; A Streetcar Named Desire. Off B’way: Middle of the Night(Keen Company); Taking Care of Baby(MTC); The Exonerated(Culture Project); The Fall to Earth(59E59); Philip Roth in Khartoum(LAByrinth); The Misanthrope(NYTW); Tryst(Promenade); Love, Janis(Village Theater). Regional: A Midsummer Nights Dream; The Night of the Iguana; Desire Under the Elms.
Film & T.V includes Anthony Arkin’s “Sender”; “Things Like This”(upcoming); “I Am Michael”; “Stand Clear of the Closing Doors”; “Coming Up Roses”; “Leaves of Grass”; “The Paper”; “Bull”;...
Feeling triggered by other people’s posts.
“Sometimes I feel social media affects my confidence or self-esteem, even though I know it's primarily used as a highlight reel. Some actors post every single audition they go on to Facebook or Instagram. Others post throwback photos from past shoots or opportunities that they've had. And it can trick us into thinking, Well, why am I not there yet? A good example for me is there was of another actor same age as me, kind of type wise, playing similar roles. You know, we're different, but we're not different kind of a thing. And you know, she has some really good credits on stage on film, and she also has the advantage of, you know, coming from, you know, people who have been in the business before. And she loves posting a lot. And sometimes, you know, I feel like, I don't know the answer to how I should be investing energy into social media and how...
Andrew Dolan’s credits include American Daughter (Broadway), Strictly Dishonorable (Vineyard), Pink, Ted Kaczynski (SPF), What Then (Clubbed Thumb), Tree House (NY Stage & Film), Measure for Measure (Target Margin) UK: Edmond (National Theatre). The Woods (National Studio), Boy from the Book (English Touring Theatre).
Regional: Mamba's Daughters (Spoleto Festival), Burn This, Marco Millions, Cyrano, 12th Night, Hapgood (ACT), Substance of Fire. Savage/Love (Magic Theatre), Loot, Amadeus (Arizona Theatre Co.), Road to Nirvana, Down the Road, Boy’s Life, Coming Attractions (Encore Theatre).
TV/Film: House of Cards, Your Honor, Chicago Med, Blue Bloods, Bull, Elementary, Good Cop, Blacklist, Handsome Harry Unstoppable, Partners in Crime, 28 Days, Being Human, David Letterman. all Law & Orders, Conviction, Return of Jezebel James.
Training: Bowdoin College, American Conservatory Theatre.
He is an award-winning playwright and screenwriter. His play, The...
“By working on your acting training, you become more qualified for better acting jobs.”
Core work--> so you can clean out the gunk that stands in the way of receiving opportunities that you have previously prevented yourself from receiving.
Matt Corboy Interview: “Don’t put me into the role; put the role into me.”
The chunk of ice metaphor.
Talent is undeniable.
Use your mind to govern your brain.
One baby step by one baby step.
How do I counteract that negative voice inside of me?
Practice contrary action.
One moment at a time, one minute at a time.
Affirmation: It is safe to look within
“My Life Doesn’t Work:
I never get to do what I want to do. I can’t please anyone. I don’t know what I want to do. There is never any time for me. My needs and desires are always left out. I’m only doing this to please them. I am just a doormat. Nobody cares what I want to do. I have no talent. I can’t do anything...
Matt Corboy is a journeyman actor who has appeared in over 100 television shows and movies as well as over 125 national commercials.
Most notably, he was Cousin Ralph in the Academy Award-winning movie, The Descendants, alongside George Clooney; Officer Ray Carlson on Emmy Award-winning television series The Shield; and most recently, four episodes as Matt Dickson on This Is Us that aired this February on NBC.
When you're new, it's OK to be new, and you don't have to pretend that you're not.
There's nobody on this planet who does you better than you.
The sooner you realize that authentic you...
The Language of Letting Go:
“When I meet people or get in a new relationship, I start putting all these repressive restrictions on myself. I can't have my feelings, can't have my wants and needs, can't have my history, can't do the things I want, feel the feelings I'm feeling, or say what I need to say. I turn into this repressed, perfectionist robot instead of being who I am. Me.”
In auditions in the past, I would put restrictions, repressive restrictions on myself.
The fact of the matter is, I'm far more charming being imperfect.
If I am repressing myself and feeling like I can't have my wants in my needs, and I need to make this podcast absolutely perfect or, people aren't going to listen to it.
It’s actually the opposite.
When you have the courage to be yourself. You are magnetic, people are attracted to you.
Sometimes we feel like, “Oh,...
This is the miracle of Core Work: you can discover a new level of confidence, on a whole other level of self-assuredness, in a whole other level of the courage to be yourself.
The courage to be “Peter Pamela Rose,” and show the world who that is, and be totally delighted whether the reaction is, “oh, I love her”o r “oh no, thank you.”
That feeling of being alive and that feeling of utter gratitude for my love, for my life and for what I have, and for my future. And it's an incredible, incredible place to be.
You may be asking: Well, how do I get there?
Go back to some of my previous Core Work Lessons.