WHAT IS ACTORINDEX?
Approach Your Career Like You Approach a Role
ActorIndex operates on the central belief that when you are empowered to be your most authentic self, you have the potential to succeed—professionally and personally.
No two actors—and no two careers—could ever be alike.
We’d never expect you to interpret a character based on someone else’s experience. So why do so many well-meaning mentors begin and end their advice with what worked for them?
We envision something different that’s all about your artistry and your career—a whole-actor offering that’s both complete and flexible enough to offer just the support you need, when and how you need it.
Professional tools and resources. Members-only multimedia content.
One-on-one guidance online and in person.
Whether you’re in New York, L.A., or anywhere else in the country...this is your ActorIndex.
First and foremost, our style is the actor’s style. We’re not here to tell you what your goals should be or how you should achieve them. Our job is to help you focus in on where you’re coming from, where you want to go, and how you can get there in the most fulfilling way possible.
Multiple Tony award-winning Broadway, TV, and film Producer Hunter Arnold is committed to nurturing emerging talent in the performing arts. ActorIndex is just one of several initiatives he has founded to make best-in-the-industry tools, guidance, and opportunities available to up-and-coming artists.
Producer and Casting Director Stephanie Yankwitt has turned her passion for growing the artists behind the talent into a rich and rewarding career. ActorIndex represents the evolution of her work in the industry and on the faculty of NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts at the Stella Adler Studio of Acting.
Michael oversees the day-to-day operations of ActorIndex, bringing with him both performance and administrative experience in not-for-profit and commercial theatre. He worked previously with Glenna Freedman Public Relations and as the Public Relations Director for Clear Space Theatre Company.
Mary is a New York-based actress and singer, as well as the Casting Assistant for TBD Casting. Her acting credits include The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel, The Cherry Lane Theatre, Joe’s Pub at the Public Theater, The Davenport, and Radio City Music Hall, as well as with indie theatre companies Nylon Fusion Theater Co. and Strindberg Repertory Theatre.
Type & Materials Coordinator
John is a New York-based actor, writer, and comedian, whose work has been performed and produced across the country. His acting credits include the National Tour/Canadian Premiere of Murder For Two as The Suspects, Pittsburgh CLO (Up And Away, A Grand Night For Singing, 'S Wonderful) and The Utah Shakespeare Festival (The Cocoanuts, Murder For Two), in addition to multiple theatres throughout NYC.