Brian White will be joining Women’s Empowerment Series 2015 as a panelist for “What men really want what women really need.”
Join us Saturday, May 2nd at the Indiana Farmers Coliseum for the Women’s Empowerment Series 2015 from 10am – 7pm with Keynote Iyanla Vanzant and many more. Plus workshops, more seminars, panels shopping and entertainment.
SPECIAL GROUP DISCOUNT: Purchase four or more tickets and receive five dollars off each ticket!
Click HERE to purchase your tickets. Also available at the Indiana Farmers Coliseum Box office or call ticketmaster at 800-745-3000.
More on Brian White:
I got my introduction to this business by attending a fashion show casting with a friend. It so happened that this is where I met a talent agent. Shortly after the show, I had the good fortune to be signed by an agency in my hometown and began the process of learning the ropes of the business and developing my confidence. I utilized my dance background by incorporating “movement” into as many of the modeling jobs as I could.
And within my first year in the modeling business, I had a pretty decent portfolio, headshots and a short resume.
If you are an actor, then you probably wonder about the “union” thing? The answer is that I was lucky enough to have gotten my SAG card on the very first commercial job I did — which was actually the first “entertainment” job I booked period (other than modeling)! What was it? It was a speaking role in a commercial for a large department store chain.
Actually, during that same time period, I did several things to pay the bills, including becoming a licensed stock broker (series 6, 7, 63 & 65), helping to further develop Phunk Phenomenon, TV commercials, modeling and acting.
The next significant step occurred when I was presented with the opportunity to work in Los Angeles, CA in 2000 (on a TV show)… and obviously, I took it. The show was “Moesha.” That pretty much brings us up to date.
Since 2000, I have been focused on studying the craft and business of acting and have dedicated myself to trying to become the best actor I can be. My goal is to seek out roles with which I feel a strong personal connection and see some social significance. Ideally, my work will inspire discussion among it’s (the projects) viewing audience. My promise to myself– whether the platform be film, TV or theater, is to attempt to seek out material that is challenging: mentally, emotionally, physically and spiritually.
In the world of modeling, I am still and will always be on the look out for opportunities to express myself artistically. I really appreciate great photography and great photographers. I also enjoy the process of making great pictures. So, creative minds with the means to bring creative ideas to life are always welcome.
In closing, I’d like to say that I hope you enjoy your visit to my website and I wish you all the best in your own future endeavors.
And finally, I’d like to share a quote with you that I find to be very motivational:
“ Nothing in the world can take the place of persistence. Talent will not; nothing is more common than unsuccessful [people] with talent. Genius will not; unrewarded genius is almost a proverb. Education will not; the world is full of educated derelicts. Persistence and determination alone are omnipotent. The slogan “press on” has solved and always will solve the problems of the human race.”
— Calvin Coolidge (30th President of the United States)