George Ronsin

Actor, Extra, TV Presenter, Radio Presenter

New South Wales, Australia
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There Will Be Blood

The opening monologue from "There will be blood"

01There Will Be Blood
02Alan Watts
03The Wild Bunny

Physical Attributes

Height:
185 cm / 6ft 1in
Eye color:
Brown
Weight:
67 kg / 147 lbs
Hair color:
Brown
Ethnicity:
White / Caucasian
Hair length:
Medium
Skin color:
White
Hair type:
Straight
Waist:
78 cm / 31 in

Credits & experience

2015
  • Feature Film - "You're Not Thinking Straight" : Lead: Zack
  • Sydney College of the Arts - The Subject : Lead: Alastair Spence
  • Feature Film - 1+ 1=11 : Thug
2014
  • Sydney Film School: Penetration : Lead: Harry Thompson
2013
  • GRC Oatley Campus : The Laramie Project: Moises Kaufman, Baptist, Dennis Shepard
  • Unbroken : P.O.W featured extra
2011
  • NIDA : Theater

Acting

Acting experience

Previous paid speaking roles


Languages
  • English

Accents
  • Australian
  • Canadian
  • South African
  • UK Cockney
  • UK English
  • UK Posh
  • UK Scottish
  • USA Boston
  • USA California
  • USA New York
  • USA Southern

The experience I hold consists predominantly of my own research and trials into the arts. When I was younger I frequented weekend courses at NIDA, but I would only really consider my time spent there to be baby steps. Not much was learned in my time, or perhaps I was looking in all the wrong places. Don't get me wrong, for the time being it was very beneficial as I was incredibly shy of speaking up and would get stage fright, so it helped on that front. And I guess that's why I refer to it as "baby steps"; it was a good starting point. But ever since then I wanted to figure how to separate myself from the characters I play, which can be tricky if you don't know yourself very well, or the characters for that matter; you can end up getting the two confused. I've wanted to understand the procedure in which people lose themselves in the moment, and for the time the cameras are rolling, or the audience is present, the actor is no longer performing, but living the story they are re-telling. To hold their attention like they can't turn their eyes; the truth will do that. So then, it is only a matter of finding the honesty, or dishonesty in a character; the truth and the lies, the secrets. And from there, usually you can find your way to the centre of them. To not judge them, but accept their choices and the roads they've travelled.

For me, I find that the least limiting approach when it comes to acting - as many methods come handy with their own constraints - isn't any particular method at all, but simply a lack of one. Now, you could argue that it borders on "method acting", but really that is just a label. I find that repetition and spontaneity are the best ways of sinking into a character and evolving with them. To just express myself honestly is what interests me. To put in the work and research before arriving to set, so that once you do, you can relax and just ... be.

Extras

Extras experience

Previous speaking roles


Presenting

Languages
  • English

Accents
  • Australian
  • Canadian
  • South African
  • UK Cockney
  • UK English
  • UK Posh
  • UK Scottish
  • USA Boston
  • USA California
  • USA New York
  • USA Southern

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