$125 – $180

private acting instruction with richard warner (by application only)

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Robert Mello Studio

4048 Flowers Road

Doraville, GA 30360

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Master Teacher Richard Warner offers private instruction and coaching for actors. Richard believes his task is to create a safe, inviting environment where every actor can explore choices and expand imaginative resources. His work focuses on advanced script analysis that helps the actor to craft multi-layered, three-dimensional characters.

To apply: Please send résumé and reel to education@arvold.com.

Application deadline: Monday, Sept. 21 by 5pm.

Admission to the private instruction requires application and approval by Richard Warner.

"Thank you for your inspiration and guidance. You changed my world forever. I am currently starring in a new tv series for Showtime entitled, THE CHI, which we are just starting to film in Chicago! Feeling like this is a full circle moment from the days of Walter Lee." -Ntare Guma Mbaho Mwine, Actor (Queen of Katwe, Blood Diamond, The Knick, Bosch, Tremé, Heroes)

Instruction rates are as follows:

  • $125 per hour for individual (1-on-1) session (1 hour minimum)

  • $90/student (per hour) for 2-student group session* (1 hour minimum)

*assembly of group is up to the students themselves; so for example, you have a colleague you’d like to study with, you would give us their name and we’d set up and put the session together for you both.

arvold.education focus on both the philosophical and pragmatic aspects of being a film artist.



Richard Warner

Richard Warner is a master acting teacher and coach serving the Mid-Atlantic and Southeast region. Richard collaborates with actors, empowering them to truthfully embody characters. He taught acting at the University of Virginia for 30 years where he had the honor of coaching Tina Fey, Ben McKenzie (Gotham, The O.C.), Sean Patrick Thomas (Cruel Intentions, Barbershop), Jason George (Grey’s Anatomy, Mistresses), Sarah Drew (Grey’s Anatomy, Everwood) and Emily Swallow (Supernatural, The Mentalist). He received UVa’s Outstanding Teacher Award in 1991, the Mayo Distinguished Teaching Professorship in 1998 and was selected as an inaugural member of the University Academy of Teaching in 2011. He is a member of AEA and SAG-AFTRA. Working as an actor in New York City, Richard studied with Michael Howard and performed at Manhattan Theatre Club, Chelsea Theatre Center, W.P.A. Theatre and Douglas Fairbanks Theatre. He has acted regionally in over one hundred roles in many prestigious regional theaters. Film credits include: Homer Benson in Steven Spielberg’s Lincoln, Dr. Ezra Abbott in Ridley Scott’s Killing Lincoln, Chester Bowles in National Geographic’s Killing Kennedy and Vic LeClue in Patriot Son. Richard played the lead opposite Grey’s Anatomy‘s Sarah Drew in the short film, Waking Marshall Walker which screened at over 40 film festivals. He played the lead role of Davey in Farewell Old Stringy and created the role of L.P. Everett in the episode, “The 20% Solution” for Homicide, Life on the Street. As director, Richard has staged Hamlet, A Streetcar Named Desire, The Glass Menagerie, Hedda Gabler, Hay Fever, A Raisin in the Sun, Cloud Nine, Fuddy Meers, The Foreigner, A Man for All Seasons, Misalliance, Suddenly Last Summer, Six Characters in Search of an Author, Laramie Project, Lend Me a Tenor, Lost in Yonkers, Driving Miss Daisy, The Last Night of Ballyhoo and True West.

Where can I contact the organizer with any questions?

Please email education@arvold.com with any questions.

What is the refund policy?

Attendees can receive refunds up to 7 days before your event start date.

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