Bryan Terrell Clark Inspiring the Next Generation of Actors and Actresses – CBS Baltimore

TOWSON, Md. (WJZ) – Bryan Terrell Clark started out in Baltimore and is currently on Broadway.

It was the Carver Center for Arts and Technology in Baltimore County, where Clark said he discovered his love of theater. Now, he is sharing his success with the next generation of actors back home.

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“When you come home, the memories come flooding back,” Clark said.

It was practice and mentoring from his mentors, says Clark, that brought him to Broadway.

He played George Washington in Hamilton. Most recently, he starred in Thoughts of a Colored Man, the first Broadway show to be produced, designed, acted, and written by African-Americans.

This year, he’s also starring in a new Disney movie called Sneakerella, a Cinderella spinoff about a New York City man and his passion for sneaker culture. .

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Back at his alma mater for a day, Clark promoted aspiring actors and actresses.

“He’s successful in the area where I want to be successful and besides, he’s a Black actor, so seeing that inspires me because that’s where I want to be,” Kanwulia said. Iyke-Azubogu, a senior at the Carver Center for Arts and Technology.

“I think he’s got a real career out of this proving that you can be successful doing this,” Katie Espinoza, also a senior, is majoring in acting.

Clark says two things are important to success: authenticity and discipline.

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“There’s really no other ‘friend’ on this planet,” he said. opportunity for innovation.”

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