"Top 40 Audition Coach" Giovannie Espiritu Offers Online Kid & Teens Actor Training During COVID
Essential "Self-Tape" Tutelage now available on HollywoodActorsWorkshop
Named one of the "Top 40 Audition Coaches" in Los Angeles, Giovannie Espiritu offers certified and comprehensive online acting training for kids and teens through HollywoodActorsWorkshop. During this troubling time, auditions continue to be mandatorily "self-taped"
With a primary focus on assisting the next generation of talent, actors of all levels receive personalized and private master coaching from Espiritu, honing their craft from anywhere in world all with the click of a button.
Trusted by major studios including Pixar, Dreamworks, Cartoon Network, Universal Studios and thousands of working young actors, notable student alumni include Daytime Emmy Nominee William Lipton (Cameron on General Hospital), and the Espina Sisters (Hosts of Dreamworks' "Life Hacks for Kids on the Road").
Respected actress and filmmaker Giovannie Espiritu has been nominated alongside Academy Award Nominees Alfre Woodard and Amy Irving for Best Supporting Actress at MethodFest for Mynah Films feature film "Fiona's Script". Her primetime credits include a recurring role on "ER" (NBC), Bones (FOX), Gilmore Girls (ABC), and Trauma (NBC). She can be seen as the lead in the Amazon series, "Dyke Central," which was featured in After Ellen, BuzzFeed, BustMagazine and Curve Magazine as a "Top LGBTQ series to watch". Recently Espiritu completed, "There Will Always Be Christmas," alongside Eileen Davidson, and can be seen in the horror/thriller, "D-Railed" with Lance Henriksen.
As a filmmaker, she was featured in Elizabeth Banks' WhoHaHa Media for her parody song, "An Introvert's World," and her storytelling has been featured in Ms. Magazine. A three-time Outfest Fusion Filmmaker, she was awarded an Honorable Mention for her short film, "Ultra-Feminist." Her film "ALLY 300" won an honorable mention at the LatinX21 Film Fest, and Best Screenplay at the Culture and Diversity Film Festival.
In her spare time, Espiritu rock climbs and advocates for Domestic Violence Awareness/Prevention and LGBTQ equality. She has served on the Board of Directors for C.O.R.A. (a Bay Area domestic violence hotline and agency) and been awarded a Certificate of Recognition from the Senate for her community service. For more information visit www.GiovannieEspiritu.com