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Michael conducts a Q&A at a reading from
"Your Face Looks Familiar"
at Dutton's Bookstore in Beverly Hills

"Your Face Looks Familiar...
How to Get Ahead as a Working Actor"

by Michael Bofshever

“…”Your Face Looks Familiar” should be required reading for anyone who is thinking about acting as a career choice”
Marcia R. Smith, Executive Director, Screen Actors Guild Foundation

“…Chapter Ten’s “51 Tips” is a must read, a mantra for the young actor.”
Richard Warner, Head of Acting, University of Virginia

“… Michael Bofshever has an extraordinary understanding of the dilemma central to all actors…his sensitivity, his judgment and yes, his passion are unexcelled”
Michael Howard, Acting Teacher

“…who better to tell our tale than one of our number…Thank you Michael for writing this book”
John P. Connolly, President, AEA

“…If you’re crazy enough to want to be an actor, at least be smart enough to read this book.”
Martin Mull, Actor/ Comedian

"Reading your book, heard about it at the sag foundation seminar online.... your introduction alone has me inspired."
Will Blagrove

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