I was interviewed for The Houston Chronicle Blog Page



Hello peeps!

I’m happy to tell you that I was interviewed by the Media Relations department of the University of Houston, my Alma Mater. This writer is a regular contributor to the blog page for the Houston Chronicle and his articles are specifically about U of H alums in the arts.

The writer was quite gracious in showing interest in my new book & his interview and article is much appreciated. 

I did want to reiterate something that I tell my coaching clients ALL the time…acting is a marathon, not a sprint.

Although the title of the article talks about being a screen star and such titles make for  a nice splash, I am all about longevity in the business and seeking a career versus stardom. And that is a belief that I relay to my clients over and over and over.

You must not seek fame and a get-rich-quick scheme. If you’re going to be in this business you must have a thick-skin, LOVE it and be in it for that long haul.

With that being said, please read & feel free to comment and ask any follow-up questions.

Happy Week  To Everyone!

Break a leg!

Nicole Comer

“ACTING...It’s Not For Sissies”
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