Day 19 Operation: Television’s Curtis Andersen 2.0 I’m Teaching an Acting Intensive!

In addition to all the other career work I’m doing, I’m going o start doing some acting classes up here in the ol’ PNW!

The first one is an acting intensive on Saturday April 28th from Noon-4pm. Here’s the blurb:

Acting Intensive with Award winning actor, producer and coach Curtis Andersen

April 28th


Location: Actors In Action Studio, 323 NE Wygant St. #203. Portland, OR 97211

Curtis Andersen began his professional acting career in 1985 at the age of eight. In the early years he was cast primarily in commercials and for voice-over work with his most prominent role being the voice of Schroeder from the Peanuts series for Met Life commercials, cartoons and a live stage show. As he grew so did his resume. Curtis has guest starred on shows like “Party of Five,” “3rd Rock From the Sun,” “That 70’s Show,” “Malcolm in the Middle,” “Veronica Mars,” and “The Gilmore Girls.” He has recurred on “Saved by the Bell :The New Class,” “7th Heaven,” and played Gordie on “Sabrina the Teenage Witch.”

In addition to his television work, Curtis has also been seen in the films “The Rules of Attraction,” “Mary-Kate & Ashley Olsen’s Winning London,” and the Oscar award winning “Pearl Harbor” among others.

After over 30 years in the entertainment industry, Curtis Andersen has learned a thing or two and has been trusted to impart that knowledge to those either interested in entering or continuing a career in the entertainment industry. He has been the Head of Faculty for the Kids Acting School in Southern California, founding partner at the award winning Studio 105 in Long Beach, California and Director of Curriculum for the world famous McCoy Rigby Conservatory of the Arts.

This class will focus on “finding your base,” script analysis, and making strong choices. This class is appropriate for actors of all levels.

Email Curtis now for a discounted rate of $75 for AIA talent, $95 for all others

Class size is limited so sign up soon to guarantee your spot!

Here’s the playlist for April:

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