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  • Annoying Actor Friend Looks Ahead to 2015—and Says Goodbye

    The only thing predictable in the life of an actor is time. We may not know what to do with it, but we know it’s not our friend. Time races through the highs and revels in the lows. It escapes us when we aren’t paying attention, and is impossible to find when we need it. As we approach the end of the year, we’re destined to be surrounded by that very general but haunting thought: How is it already 2015?
    The good news is you made it through another year as an actor. You crossed the finish line of 2014, when countless others dropped out along the way. I feel like we all deserve a literal medal for that. Marathoners get one. Why shouldn’t we? I guarantee actors experience the same amount of emotional chafing that physically afflicts runners.
     As you look to 2015, you might feel obligated or obliged to come up with a New Year’s resolution. I’m not against specific goals, but if your resolution is to “get on Broadway” or “book a pilot” then you’re kidding yourself. That shit is as out of our control as stopping a clock. Instead of dealing in specifics, I suggest developing a theme for the year ahead.
    If you name your year and live your life by it, you’ll

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