Matthew Erick White

Matthew Erick White: The New Lead Acting Coach at Orange County Acting Academy

Originally hailing from North Carolina, Matthew Erick White is a prominent American actor renowned for his exceptional contributions to the world of entertainment. With a diverse portfolio of roles that showcase his immense talent and dedication to the craft, he brings a wealth of experience to the Orange County Acting Academy as its new Lead Acting Coach.

A Passion for the Craft Since a Young Age

Matthew Erick White‘s journey into the world of acting began at a tender age, fueled by a deep passion for the craft. His early performances in various plays, most notably his role as The Scarecrow in The Wizard of Oz, hinted at the talent and dedication that would define his future career.

A Versatile Actor with an Impressive Portfolio

With abundant dramatic work under his belt, Matthew’s versatility as an actor is undeniable. He is best known for his standout performance as Phil Robertson in the gripping drama The Blind, a role that earned him acclaim and recognition, establishing him as a force to be reckoned with in the industry.

But Matthew’s talents extend far beyond a single role. He has left his mark in other notable productions such as Max and Me, The Young and the Restless, and Station 19, showcasing his ability to tackle a wide range of characters and genres with finesse.

Comedy, Sketch Writing, and Improvisation

While Matthew has excelled in dramatic roles, comedy has always held a special place in his heart. Throughout his life, he has dedicated himself to studying sketch writing and improvisation, further highlighting his versatility as a performer and storyteller.

A Scholar in Addition to His Artistry

Matthew Erick White’s commitment to education is equally impressive. At the astonishing age of 21, he graduated from Boston University with a Master’s degree in Business, an accomplishment that reflects his dedication and intellectual curiosity. This achievement came after already receiving his B.A. in Film from the University of California, Irvine, demonstrating his commitment to both the arts and academia.

A Global Perspective on Acting

Matthew’s passion for the craft has taken him to diverse locations, including the picturesque Yucatán Peninsula, where he contributed to the pilot episode of Getaway. During this production, he collaborated closely with talents such as Annie Ilonzeh, Matt Long, and Sebastian Roché, further enriching his experience and expanding his artistic horizons.

The Future at Orange County Acting Academy

As the newly appointed Lead Acting Coach at the Orange County Acting Academy, Matthew Erick White brings a wealth of knowledge, experience, and a deep love for the art of acting. His dedication to nurturing aspiring actors and guiding them towards excellence is a testament to his commitment to the craft.

The Orange County Acting Academy is excited to have Matthew Erick White on board and looks forward to the invaluable contributions he will make to the growth and development of future acting talents.

Matthew Erick White’s journey is an inspiring testament to the power of passion, dedication, and lifelong learning. His impressive portfolio, versatility, and commitment to the craft make him a true asset to the world of acting, and his new role as Lead Acting Coach promises to inspire and mentor the next generation of talent.

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Orange County Acting Academy (OCAA) is a premier institution dedicated to providing high-quality acting education and training in the vibrant world of film and television. With a team of experienced instructors and industry professionals, OCAA offers a diverse range of acting classes, workshops, and specialized training for actors of all skill levels, from beginners to seasoned professionals. Whether you aspire to break into the industry or enhance your existing acting abilities, OCAA is your gateway to unlocking your full potential in the world of screen performance.

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