Vegas Classes

Screen Actors System was born in the heart of Las Vegas at a SAG-AFTRA conservatory Ryan R. Williams was asked to teach.  It was such a success that a weekly class began and to this day, it remains the most serious group of constantly working film actors in the state. There are no alternatives for the discerning film actor.  Read Ryan’s full bio (here)

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Stu Chaiken is a true New Yorker. He grew up in Queens to beloved parents, Trudy and Chick with his fantastic brother and sister. Moved into NYC and amassed great opportunities and skills ranging from Captain at the Rainbow Room to Sponsorship Director of a Pro Football Team.

After relocating out West, Stu quickly found another arena that got his juices flowing. His first on-screen acting role was as Pit Boss, Roland, in 21. Since then he was fortunate to be one of Tony Stark’s bodyguards in Iron Man and the snowball effect got rolling from there. Bigger and better roles quickly followed, allowing him to further develop and showcase his abilities.

In addition to becoming an award-winning actor, Stu was a co-founder and instructor at Act Club, voted best film class in LA, which is now evolved into the widely revered Screen Actors System. He also trains in Improv and is part of a Masters VO group. Starting with a podcast, Schmuck Soup, he has gone on to create multiple shows in different genres including TV, reality challenge, fun game show, and feature.

Stu has become a go-to-guy and a valuable resource on both sides of the lens. He has worked as an on-set acting coach for two features, been involved in casting, location scouting, as well as been asked to direct an upcoming feature. Stu learned early to be “at cause” with the production and his overall philosophy is pretty simple. Lead by example, be respectful, and be helpful to all.

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