Actors Room is located in the beautiful neighborhood of WestView on the West End in Atlanta, GA.
At Actors Room we are hyper-attenuated to the challenges and demands of self-taping.
In Atlanta’s competitive market, Agents and Casting Directors expect high quality,
professional submissions from their talent.
We run Actors Room out of our private residence. We do this to provide a personable space where actors can feel relaxed, focused and spontaneous. We are happy to provide basic feedback on material or simply act as a reader and tape your audition. While you're here, it's your room, and our only goal is your success.
Evan Bergman is an Atlanta-based actor, theatre director, and educator. His most recent credits include Jerry and Marge go Large starring Bryan Cranston, Are You There God? It’s me, Margaret starring Rachel McAdams, The Holiday Dating Guide starring Maria Menounos, and the french chef, Charles, in the Adult Swim Pilot Lusty Crest which won its comedic category at SXSW 2020. He can also be seen in numerous commercials and independent features. He served as the acting coach on the short film East’s Paradise. Recent stage credits include A Streetcar Named Desire, Burn This, Big Love, The Merchant of Venice, and Peter and the Starcatcher. Evan is co-Artistic Director of Arvold Warner Studio in Atlanta, a training ground for artists pursuing film and TV. Evan has been an acting instructor at the University of Virginia, Ohio University, University of Kentucky, and Transylvania University and has taught acting at various studios in Atlanta. He also founded Actors Room Atlanta where he does private acting coaching and self-taping for actors. Evan trained in the Meisner Approach to acting with renowned acting teacher Maggie Flanigan at her two-year conservatory in NYC. He also trained in Viewpoints and Suzuki with Anne Bogart and the SITI Company in their Saratoga Intensive. Evan holds a Master of Fine Arts degree in Acting, awarded by the University of Virginia. For more info about Evan visit evanbergman.org.
Ellie Clark is an Atlanta-based actress and teaching artist. Her most recent credits include The Wonder Years on ABC, a recurring role on Tyler Perry’s Sistas, The First Wives Club on BET, and the feature film Generations. She has performed throughout the United States as well as across the pond in the Edinburgh Fringe Festival. Her most notable credits include Antony & Cleopatra (Cleopatra), Pride & Prejudice (Elizabeth Bennet), A Streetcar Named Desire (Stella), Marie Antoinette (Marie), Dancing at Lughnasa (Agnes), and A Chorus Line (Sheila). Ellie is the co-Artistic Director of Arvold Warner Studio in Atlanta, a training ground for artists pursuing film and TV. She has taught acting and physical actor training for 20+ years. She currently acts as the Movement Specialist for Kentucky’s Governor School for the Arts and has taught or served as a visiting artist at Ohio University, University of Kentucky, Western Kentucky University, Transylvania University, and Lake Superior State University. She has co-founded and/or served as education director for four conservatory style training programs for high schoolers. Ellie obtained her Master of Fine Arts from Ohio University’s Professional Actor Training Program, receiving the Martha & Foster Harmon Fellowship for her “exceptional talent and dedication to the arts.” She is trained in the Meisner Approach to acting and has trained extensively with Anne Bogart and the SITI Company over the past 20 years in Viewpoints, Suzuki, and Composition.
As an advocate for social change Ellie co-founded Voices Amplified. Voices Amplified has received two National Endowment for the Arts grants for arts activism and Voices Amplified's program, The Girl Project, was the subject of the Documentary Film JUMP. She is also a founding member of Project SEE Theatre. You can learn more at ellieclark.org.