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When I was 16 years old, my geography teacher was going back to Kenya for the summer and was going to take anyone who wanted to go with him, so I spent the summer in Kenya. BROWN: Is anyone else in your family in the industry? Most of my friends are the people that I grew up with back in Georgia. " And I remember all the kids picking their chosen career paths and I was thinking, If I'm an actor I can be an astronaut was my first audition ever. She was like, "We'll send you out on a couple of auditions—we'll see if you're ready yet.
It was a very different way to grow up—especially in the South. I'm the oldest, and then there's my brother Andrew, twin sisters, and a baby sister. BROWN: Did you tease them when you were younger—tell them outlandish tales? It's really helpful to be surrounded by a world that's bigger than the entertainment industry. Maybe we'll hold you back and you'll go to some classes." So they sent me on this pilot audition, which at the time was called BROWN: That's the name of the Melvin Burgess book it's based on. So I went in for the audition, got a callback, got another callback, and then a producer session, and then a studio [session].
STYLING ASSISTANT: AMBER SIMIRIGLIA "A lot of the reason why I wanted to direct was I wanted to talk to actors the way I wished a director would talk to me," explains 29-year-old actor Chris Lowell of his forthcoming directorial debut, , which he just happens to have co-written with his girlfriend. Lowell's ambitious schedule is not as sudden as it seems.
Oh, and did we mention Lowell is a photographer who has shown his work at Stephen Cohen Gallery in Los Angeles and Jackson Fine Arts in Atlanta, and once co-hosted Photo L. He has been acting for almost a decade, appearing on mainstream television shows like Shonda Rhimes' .
The South is very insulated in a lot of ways—the beauty of the South is that so much of it hasn't changed, it feels preserved, and the tragedy of the South is that so much of it hasn't changed. He invited me and there was a guy who was trying to get a job as a manager.
My folks, I think, really wanted me to see a bigger world so they put me in the International School, which totally changed everything for me. One of the things that, by pure happenstance, worked out in my favor is that no one else in my family is an actor or aspires to be, and most of my friends aren't actors. He was just trying to collect actors so that he could say, "Look at all these clients that I could bring you." I don't think he even knew what he was doing. He helped me get headshots and then I met the boss of this company—this little boutique management firm.