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I've been teaching on the conservatory and college level for 18 years, and private coaching for 10 years. I teach acting, movement, Shakespeare, and Voice/Speech. Any feedback or coaching I provide is informed by a range of performance perspectives and disciplines.
In addition to being your reader, I can provide feedback or coaching in the following areas:
- voice work
- breath work
- speech work and accents/dialects
- emotional connection
- physical/movement work
- text analysis
Originally from a small town outside St. Louis Missouri, Sean Spann is an LA-based actor and VO artist. After earning a BFA in Acting from the University of Evansville, and an MFA in Acting from the University of California-Irvine, Sean has used his wide range of creative talents to solidify a multi-faceted career in the performing arts, including additional professional work as a writer, director, movement artist, adjunct and studio instructor, and private coach. In addition to his work on camera, Sean has spent considerable time on stage, most notably as a 6-season company member of The New Swan Shakespeare Festival. His one man show "What Took Place Here" was featured in the Road Theatre's New Works Festival (2012), he was a member of the original cast of Jim Leonard's musical 'Bad Apples' (w/ Circle X Theatre, Ovation-nominated for 'Best Ensemble'), and he spent a year collaborating as an actor and movement artist to develop and perform 'Daedalus' Daughter', nominated for Stage Raw's Best Direction and Best Choreography awards (2017-2018). He has appeared in numerous films and television shows including the second season of 'Little America' on AppleTV and as the recurring character 'Asher' in English-dubbed HBOMax series 'On the Spectrum', and central character 'Joao' in the English-dubbed series 'The Corruption Game' (original title: 'Jogo Da Corrupcao') on Amazon Prime.