We offer to provide you with the most unique learning  experience. Your acting technique on camera will be fine-tuned to make you stand out from the crowd, you will also gain hands on experience which will give you the opportunity to realise the full extent of your own creative capabilities. 

What you need to know

You can be a very talented performer, but you need to know the business just as well to succeed.

"The Masterclasses are there to help you get 'match fit'. There is a standard, the professionals know it and you should all know it. Don't expect to be ready for an audition or a role if you haven't prepared for it." -- Peter Ferris
 
"Luck will get you in, it is your talent that will keep you in." -- Peter Ferris
Even if you have graduated with a Diploma or a Degree in Acting or Performing Arts - how do you get the ball rolling with the experience Casting Directors always demand?
How can you walk into an audition and show the Industry that you know what you are doing?


How can you gain the trust of the Producers, Directors, Crew and fellow Performers - and assure them that you are professional and hard working?

Ask your Acting Teacher these following questions, if any of their answers are NO then you are not maximising your potential to succeed in the Film, Television and Music Industry.

You deserve a teacher who’s understanding of the Industry will give you the advantage that you need to open doors for you.   Ask your Acting Teacher these following questions, if any of their answers are NO then you are not maximising your potential to succeed in the Film, Television and Music Industry

(click each Question To see how they are relevant to Peter Ferris):
Note: For the BBC Interview in Cannes select Television
Personal Acheivements

Have they got any relevant teaching qualifications?

Peter Ferris is an Associate of the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art

 

Have they taught anyone who has gone on to success?

Peter Ferris has taught many, many successful and famous actors and actresses including (click each name for more details on their career):

Russel Brand (Arthur)

Gabrielle Anwar ((Scent of a woman with Al Pacino)

Matthew Stirling (worked as a stunt performer in Stardust with Robert de Niro; Batman Begins with Christian Bale, Michael Caine, Liam Neeson and Morgan Freeman. He also has credits in The Da Vinci Code with Tom Hanks).

Martine McCutcheon (Love Actually, Eastenders)

Louise Redknapp (Eternal, So you think you can Dance, Judge)

Sheree Murphy (Emmerdale)

Claire Sweeney (West End lead Chicago, Brookside, Loose Women)

Lisa Snowdon (Strictly Come Dancing)

Claire Goose (Casualty, Waking the Dead)

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