Welcome everyone, this is “Ask Bob Blume”, a weekly visual column with summary that discuss’ issues pertinent to today’s entertainment industry and appears exclusively here on Times Square Chronicles. I’m your host Bob Blume and president of Step Forward Entertainment, a talent management and production company located in both New York and Los Angeles.
In today’s column #82, this is the first of a 2-part column to run on consecutive days featuring guest actors, Lynna Yee and Mike Pu, who will discuss what it is like to be an Asian actor in today’s entertainment environment.
Both happen to be Step Forward Entertainment clients, with Lynna Yee being on the West Coast roster overseen by Jacque Pedersen-Schrimscher and Mike Pu being on the East Coast overseen by me.
This is a column that our guests must be seen and heard, thus there will be no detailed summary. However, among the topics discussed are the opportunities now available to Asian actors and their individual advice for young actors, Asian and otherwise.
Please enjoy meeting them in Part 1 of these two consecutive columns. You will enjoy the insight they provide.
Have a wonderful week!
Lynna Yee website: www.LynnaYee.com
Mike Pu Imdb: http://imdb.me/mikepu
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