Open Seminar by Actor Joe Estevez at The Hollywood Film & Acting Academy

Los Angeles, CA (PressExposure) June 26, 2009 -- It was announced today that actor Joe Estevez will be visiting The Hollywood Film & Acting Academy on July 2nd, 2009, the first Thursday of the month, to speak with the students. Joshua Scott Sands [http://hwfaa.com/index.php/about-hwfaa/43-about-the-founder/62-joshua-scott-sands], the Director of the Academy, has decided to open this presentation up to the public for free.

Estevez will be discussing his life as an actor and how he initially broke into the industry. He will also be covering the topics of the changes in the industry, how to maintain a working career as an actor and then will open the floor to questions.

Estevez has an incredibly impressive resume of over 180 appearances in all forms of acting, including stage, television and film - starting with The California Kid (1974), more recently Black Scorpion (2001) and Serbian Scars (2008). He also just finished up narrating Donald Greco’s book: Abarmo’s Gift (currently in post production).

“We’re lucky to have him take the time out of his busy schedule to meet with our students before he takes off to Flint, Michigan to film Meltdown with Chris Martin,” says Sands.

For more information on the free seminar contact 1.323.203.1747.

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Press Contact: Brad Crowell Vice President, Administration The Hollywood Film & Acting Academy 1786 N. Highland Ave Hollywood, California 90028 1.323.203.1747 press@hwfaa.com http://www.hwfaa.com

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