Summary: Valorie Hubbard, founder of Actors Fast Track (AFT), has a mission to change the world one actor at a time with her professional expertise.
Los Angeles, CA. Valorie Hubbard’s newest outreach is her latest book, Rule Breakers-Changing the Way Actors Do Business, releasing on April 23rd with a virtual launch on Facebook Live. Hubbard has created a complete guidance plan based not only on her career as a successful actor in television, movies and stage, but also the lessons she teaches through AFT.
Chapter topics in Hubbard’s book range from Create an Irresistible Product: Brand Yourself to Know Your Key Buyers, Be a Constant Seller, Ways to Pitch Yourself to Prospective Buyers, Mindset Determines Your Success or Failure, Plan Your Competitive Advantage and Overcome the Ten Obstacles All Actors Face.
Hubbard’s passion is seeing actors succeed in a craft that is their passion. Through her experience, Hubbard has seen many actors be able to use her methods and find a fruitful path in the industry.
“I’m driven and inspired by the belief that no talented, serious actor should ever be left behind. And I am the only working actor taking a lead in the industry to change how actors get hired. I want to give you a better, faster way to get work,” says Hubbard.
AFT is working actress Hubbard’s creation, whose mission is to change the world one actor at a time. Hubbard has forged a career on Broadway, in television, and in Hollywood movies by being pragmatic, dedicated and entrepreneurial.
Now she helps other actors do the same with AFT. Working closely with each individual she coaches, Hubbard helps them to develop personal brand and create a customized plan of action to reach those goals and dreams. Her courses at AFT, which she developed and founded in 2012, assist actors in various levels of career planning sessions including Career Launch, The VIP Track and one on one coaching with Hubbard.
For more information on Hubbard and her book, Rule Breakers-Changing the Way Actors Do Business, go to http://ActorsFastTrack.com.
ABOUT VALORIE HUBBARD
Valorie Hubbard started acting at the age of 3 and later attended The Goodman School of Drama and migrated to New York where she spent the next 20 years. Some of her favorite credits in New York include The Crucible at The Roundabout Theatre, The Country Boy at Irish Rep, The Sweepers at Urban Stages and The Queen Bee’s Last Stand also at Urban Stages.
Regionally, Hubbard worked at NJ Shakespeare Festival, Delaware Theatre Co., The Wilma Theatre, Weston Playhouse, Missouri Rep and The Lab Theatre in Poland. Hubbard was asked to be a member of the last international company to work at the Lab Theatre. She has also collaborated with an amazing range of acting professionals including John Guare, Joseph Chaiken, Toni Kotite, Neel Keller, Terry Schreiber and Zbigniew Cynkutis.
While in Los Angeles for 10 years, Hubbard built an extensive repertoire and credits in both film and television.
Film credits include Sex, Death and Bowling written and directed by Ally Walker, Trigger starring Scott Glen and Chris Coy, A Better Life directed by Chris Weitz, An American Christmas Carol with Beverly D’Angelo, Divorce Invitation where she plays Richard Kind’s cougar wife, The Hannah Montana Movie, Smell of Success starring Billy Bob Thornton and Tea Leoni, Pennance starring Michael Rooker, Resident Evil: Extinction, Parasomnia directed by William Malone and starring Crispin Glover, Henry Fool directed by Hal Hartley, Wrestling with Alligators starring Adrienne Shelley and Joely Richardson, Gameday starring Richard Lewis and recent Hallmark Christmas movie, Help for the Holidays with Summer Glau.
TV Credits include roles on Castle, Agents’ of S.H.I.E.L.D, How I Met Your Mother, Glee, American Horror Story, Workaholics, True Blood, 90210, ER, Desperate Housewives, The Middle, Zeke and Luther, Good Luck Charlie, I’m In the Band, a recurring role on Kickin It, and General Hospital, HUGE, The Job, Missing Persons and Comedy Central’s American Body Shop and Chocolate News. She also plays the “hot” Rhonda in the recent release of video game, Dead Rising 3.
Prior to founding Actor’s Fast Track, Hubbard partnered with Lea Tolub-Brandenberg to help actors through their company Strategies. The two co-wrote “The Actor’s Workbook” (available on Amazon.com), published by Allyn & Bacon Publishers. Now on her own with Actor’s Fast Track, she consults with working actors on their career paths. She lives in Los Angeles with her husband Chef Gill Boyd and dog Frampton.
To schedule an interview or public speaking engagement with Valorie Hubbard, contact her publicist:
Sandy Lawrence at 281.989.8892 or by email at email@example.com.
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