Testimonials – Parents of Teen & Child Actors

“They both enjoy your classes and have lots of fun and can’t stop talking about it.  I know that skills learned will help them down the road to be well rounded kids, and I love seeing them coming after the class excited and happy! ”  – Irena Struk parent of Taras and Natalka Struk who recently completed their level 1 course at the end of February 2020, and are just starting their level 2 this July under City of Edmonton Covid guidelines.
“Great job teaching her! It was a dream for her to accomplish.  Bill you did an amazing job helping and guiding her to reach a goal.   The reward of seeing your child’s hard work is priceless!!! Thank you very much Bill!!!”
– Zachary Baker father of 7 year old Jordyn Baker, after seeing a copy of her U.S. national commercial for First Command Insurance shot in Calgary.  Jordyn got the job as the featured daughter role just weeks after completing her level 1 in 2019.  She has since auditioned for a speaking role for the FX Network limited series A Teacher, shooting in Calgary before the Corona Virus shutdown in the fall of 2019.

“During our time with Bill my girls have learnt the necessary education of the acting industry and knowledge that comes with auditioning for various roles and commercials for their level. Bill strives in knowing what his students’ strengths and weaknesses are, takes the time to give them coaching/training in areas
where needed, pays attention to what level of auditioning they
are ready for and most of all makes class an enjoyable experience for them.
I find it very important to put my kids in a class that is a positive experience/ environment for a child and this is what we get with Bill. We highly recommend Bill and are very happy with the results of his classes, the time he dedicates to his students and the care he puts into helping them towards their careers as actresses.”Joni Gibert, mother of Regan and Kenadie who recently completed their third level for children/young teens and are already going out for auditions and Regan while taking training, won a speaking role on the series “Tiny Plastic Men”, and subsequently Kenadie had a request to tape an audition for Disney casting directors out of Los Angeles. Both girls have also auditioned for other local projects and commercials.

“My daughter Aisha has taken 3 levels of courses with Bill Davidson to date and has learned a tremendous amount of skills through his knowledge and guidance. Aisha has just finished filming her first television commercial and she has had such a positive experience, based in part on her preparedness and the skill set she has gained through her training with Bill. Bill works very hard at ensuring that the talent he represents is prepared to take on the challenges and responsibilities of film acting. Aisha
looks forward to learning new techniques, taking more classes and gaining more opportunities based on the wealth of experience Bill has to offer and is willing to share. I would highly recommend Bill Davidson to anyone who is serious about acting. Sincerely, Patricia Gutierrez”

“Bill’s training is fantastic. Both my sons and I have attended his classes and they are beneficial for more than auditions and acting, they greatly enhance life skills. At a young age my sons’
confidence in meeting new people and ability to speak in front of
a crowd was much higher than their friends. My youngest son has
enrolled with Bill in the adult classes and after them I am
finally getting texts with detail from him and they are longer than one word!”
-Russell Schoeppe, dad of Reese and Reggie Schoeppe. Reese is a full
ACTRA member and has appeared in a speaking role on Waking Walter, a couple of healthy U commercials, a speaking role on the Vancouver filmed
Disney movie Space Buddies, and is now back in acting after taking time off. Now as an 18 year old he is taking adult classes
and has auditioned for a supporting role on the Edmonton filmed Roxy Feature Film, and landed a job on a an ACTRA photo shoot campaign for the City of Edmonton Recycling program. Most recently he auditioned for a lead recurring role on the FX limited series A Teacher that was shot in Calgary. His brother Reggie also recently came back into acting and recently also auditioned for a supporting role on
an Edmonton Feature Film. Reggie when a child actor landed an acting role on a Subway US National commercial along with another
female child actor who got the lead, that aired during the Super Bowl
and is the highest paying single day job ever attained by this agency.

Coaching testimonial:
“Bill is a wonderful coach. My son recently had a lead part that
he needed to be in red deer to film for the next day and had only a day to learn his script. We headed to see Bill the day we got the script, then again before we left and he worked on it with him, helping with not only the lines but emotional scenarios. Once on set the director and producer were so impressed that my son not only knew all of his lines, but at how well he portrayed the character. My son needed no directions from the director.
Without Bill this would not have been made possible. Bill works
amazing with kids and coaches them in a way that they can understand and relate to the characters and scenes.” Training testimonial:
“Through 2 levels of training thus far with Bill I have seen my child excel and mature as an actor. Bill has taught my child the fundamentals to becoming a professional actor. He now can go into an audition confidently and knows what to do. He has also learned how to channel different emotions for different roles. My child has learned all the details that go hand in hand with acting for film and commercial work which has helped him to land
paid roles. Without our training with Bill we would look lost going
into auditions and on set.”
-Lauren Pham, mother of Atlas Pham who last year
completed his second children’s acting course. Atlas has alreadyhad a role on a City of Edmonton Blatchford development video, a
Lead role on a short film, a speaking role on a local ATA Commercial; and two commercial photo shoots. Atlas in 2018 has also had auditions for five different new Toronto series, and three projects out of L.A..

“During our time with Bill my girls have learnt the necessary education of the acting industry and knowledge that comes with auditioning for various roles and commercials for their level. Bill strives in knowing what his students’ strengths and weaknesses are, takes the time to give them coaching/training in areas
where needed, pays attention to what level of auditioning they
are ready for and most of all makes class an enjoyable experience for them.
I find it very important to put my kids in a class that is a positive experience/ environment for a child and this is what we get with Bill. We highly recommend Bill and are very happy with the results of his classes, the time he dedicates to his students and the care he puts into helping them towards their careers as actresses.”Joni Gibert-mother of Regan and Kenadie who recently completed their third level for children/young teens and are already going out for auditions and Regan recently won a speaking role on the series “Tiny Plastic Men”, and this past year Kenadie had a request to tape an audition for Disney casting directors out of Los Angeles.

“My daughter Aisha has taken 3 levels of courses with Bill Davidson to date and has learned a tremendous amount of skills through his knowledge and guidance. Aisha has just finished filming her first television commercial and she has had such a positive experience, based in part on her preparedness and the skill set she has gained through her training with Bill. Bill works very hard at ensuring that the talent he represents is prepared to take on the challenges and responsibilities of film acting. Aisha
looks forward to learning new techniques, taking more classes and gaining more opportunities based on the wealth of experience Bill has to offer and is willing to share. I would highly recommend Bill Davidson to anyone who is serious about acting. Sincerely, Patricia Gutierrez”

“Bill’s training is fantastic. Both my sons and I have attended his classes and they are beneficial for more than auditions and acting, they greatly enhance life skills. At a young age my sons’
confidence in meeting new people and ability to speak in front of
a crowd was much higher than their friends. My youngest son has
enrolled with Bill in the adult classes and after them I am
finally getting texts with detail from him and they are longer than one word!”
-Russell Schoeppe, dad of Reese and Reggie Schoeppe. Reese is a full
ACTRA member and has appeared in a speaking role on Waking Walter, a couple of healthy U commercials, a speaking role on the Vancouver filmed
Disney movie Space Buddies, and is now back in acting after taking time off. Now as an 18 year old he is taking adult classes
and recently auditioned for a supporting role on the Edmonton filmed Roxy Feature Film, and landed a job on a an ACTRA photo shoot campaign for the City of Edmonton Recycling program. His brother Reggie also recently came back into acting and recently also auditioned for a supporting role on
an Edmonton Feature Film. Reggie when a child actor landed an acting role on a Subway US National commercial along with another
female child actor who got the lead, that aired during the Super Bowl
and is the highest paying single day job ever attained by this agency.

Coaching testimonial:
“Bill is a wonderful coach. My son recently had a lead part that
he needed to be in red deer to film for the next day and had only a day to learn his script. We headed to see Bill the day we got the script, then again before we left and he worked on it with him, helping with not only the lines but emotional scenarios. Once on set the director and producer were so impressed that my son not only knew all of his lines, but at how well he portrayed the character. My son needed no directions from the director.
Without Bill this would not have been made possible. Bill works
amazing with kids and coaches them in a way that they can understand and relate to the characters and scenes.” Training testimonial:
“Through 2 levels of training thus far with Bill I have seen my child excel and mature as an actor. Bill has taught my child the fundamentals to becoming a professional actor. He now can go into an audition confidently and knows what to do. He has also learned how to channel different emotions for different roles. My child has learned all the details that go hand in hand with acting for film and commercial work which has helped him to land
paid roles. Without our training with Bill we would look lost going
into auditions and on set.”
-Lauren Pham, mother of Atlas Pham who last year
completed his second children’s acting course. Atlas has already had a role on a City of Edmonton Blatchford development video, a
Lead role on a short film, a speaking role on a local ATA Commercial; and two commercial photo shoots. Atlas in 2018 has also had auditions for five different new Toronto series, and three projects out of L.A..

“During our time with Bill my girls have learnt the necessary education of the acting industry and knowledge that comes with auditioning for various roles and commercials for their level. Bill strives in knowing what his students’ strengths and weaknesses are, takes the time to give them coaching/training in areas
where needed, pays attention to what level of auditioning they
are ready for and most of all makes class an enjoyable experience for them.
I find it very important to put my kids in a class that is a positive experience/ environment for a child and this is what we get with Bill. We highly recommend Bill and are very happy with the results of his classes, the time he dedicates to his students and the care he puts into helping them towards their careers as actresses.”Joni Gibert-mother of Regan and Kenadie who recently completed their third level for children/young teens and are already going out for auditions and Regan recently won a speaking role on the series “Tiny Plastic Men”, and this past year Kenadie had a request to tape an audition for Disney casting directors out of Los Angeles.

“My daughter Aisha has taken 3 levels of courses with Bill Davidson to date and has learned a tremendous amount of skills through his knowledge and guidance. Aisha has just finished filming her first television commercial and she has had such a positive experience, based in part on her preparedness and the skill set she has gained through her training with Bill. Bill works very hard at ensuring that the talent he represents is prepared to take on the challenges and responsibilities of film acting. Aisha
looks forward to learning new techniques, taking more classes and gaining more opportunities based on the wealth of experience Bill has to offer and is willing to share. I would highly recommend Bill Davidson to anyone who is serious about acting. Sincerely, Patricia Gutierrez”

“Bill’s training is fantastic. Both my sons and I have attended his classes and they are beneficial for more than auditions and acting, they greatly enhance life skills. At a young age my sons’
confidence in meeting new people and ability to speak in front of
a crowd was much higher than their friends. My youngest son has
enrolled with Bill in the adult classes and after them I am
finally getting texts with detail from him and they are longer than one word!”
-Russell Schoeppe, dad of Reese and Reggie Schoeppe. Reese is a full
ACTRA member and has appeared in a speaking role on Waking Walter, a couple of healthy U commercials, a speaking role on the Vancouver filmed
Disney movie Space Buddies, and is now back in acting after taking time off. Now as an 18 year old he is taking adult classes
and recently auditioned for a supporting role on the Edmonton filmed Roxy Feature Film, and landed a job on a an ACTRA photo shoot campaign for the City of Edmonton Recycling program. His brother Reggie also recently came back into acting and recently also auditioned for a supporting role on
an Edmonton Feature Film. Reggie when a child actor landed an acting role on a Subway US National commercial along with another
female child actor who got the lead, that aired during the Super Bowl
and is the highest paying single day job ever attained by this agency.

Coaching testimonial:
“Bill is a wonderful coach. My son recently had a lead part that
he needed to be in red deer to film for the next day and had only a day to learn his script. We headed to see Bill the day we got the script, then again before we left and he worked on it with him, helping with not only the lines but emotional scenarios. Once on set the director and producer were so impressed that my son not only knew all of his lines, but at how well he portrayed the character. My son needed no directions from the director.
Without Bill this would not have been made possible. Bill works
amazing with kids and coaches them in a way that they can understand and relate to the characters and scenes.” Training testimonial:
“Through 2 levels of training thus far with Bill I have seen my child excel and mature as an actor. Bill has taught my child the fundamentals to becoming a professional actor. He now can go into an audition confidently and knows what to do. He has also learned how to channel different emotions for different roles. My child has learned all the details that go hand in hand with acting for film and commercial work which has helped him to land
paid roles. Without our training with Bill we would look lost going
into auditions and on set.”
-Lauren Pham, mother of Atlas Pham who last year
completed his second children’s acting course. Atlas has alreadyhad a role on a City of Edmonton Blatchford development video, a
Lead role on a short film, a speaking role on a local ATA Commercial; and two commercial photo shoots. Atlas in 2018 has also had auditions for five different new Toronto series, and three projects out of L.A..

“During our time with Bill my girls have learnt the necessary education of the acting industry and knowledge that comes with auditioning for various roles and commercials for their level. Bill strives in knowing what his students’ strengths and weaknesses are, takes the time to give them coaching/training in areas
where needed, pays attention to what level of auditioning they
are ready for and most of all makes class an enjoyable experience for them.
I find it very important to put my kids in a class that is a positive experience/ environment for a child and this is what we get with Bill. We highly recommend Bill and are very happy with the results of his classes, the time he dedicates to his students and the care he puts into helping them towards their careers as actresses.”Joni Gibert-mother of Regan and Kenadie who recently completed their third level for children/young teens and are already going out for auditions and Regan recently won a speaking role on the series “Tiny Plastic Men”, and this past year Kenadie had a request to tape an audition for Disney casting directors out of Los Angeles.

“My daughter Aisha has taken 3 levels of courses with Bill Davidson to date and has learned a tremendous amount of skills through his knowledge and guidance. Aisha has just finished filming her first television commercial and she has had such a positive experience, based in part on her preparedness and the skill set she has gained through her training with Bill. Bill works very hard at ensuring that the talent he represents is prepared to take on the challenges and responsibilities of film acting. Aisha
looks forward to learning new techniques, taking more classes and gaining more opportunities based on the wealth of experience Bill has to offer and is willing to share. I would highly recommend Bill Davidson to anyone who is serious about acting. Sincerely, Patricia Gutierrez”

“Bill’s training is fantastic. Both my sons and I have attended his classes and they are beneficial for more than auditions and acting, they greatly enhance life skills. At a young age my sons’
confidence in meeting new people and ability to speak in front of
a crowd was much higher than their friends. My youngest son has
enrolled with Bill in the adult classes and after them I am
finally getting texts with detail from him and they are longer than one word!”
-Russell Schoeppe, dad of Reese and Reggie Schoeppe. Reese is a full
ACTRA member and has appeared in a speaking role on Waking Walter, a couple of healthy U commercials, a speaking role on the Vancouver filmed
Disney movie Space Buddies, and is now back in acting after taking time off. Now as an 18 year old he is taking adult classes
and recently auditioned for a supporting role on the Edmonton filmed Roxy Feature Film, and landed a job on a an ACTRA photo shoot campaign for the City of Edmonton Recycling program. His brother Reggie also recently came back into acting and recently also auditioned for a supporting role on
an Edmonton Feature Film. Reggie when a child actor landed an acting role on a Subway US National commercial along with another
female child actor who got the lead, that aired during the Super Bowl
and is the highest paying single day job ever attained by this agency.

Coaching testimonial:
“Bill is a wonderful coach. My son recently had a lead part that
he needed to be in red deer to film for the next day and had only a day to learn his script. We headed to see Bill the day we got the script, then again before we left and he worked on it with him, helping with not only the lines but emotional scenarios. Once on set the director and producer were so impressed that my son not only knew all of his lines, but at how well he portrayed the character. My son needed no directions from the director.
Without Bill this would not have been made possible. Bill works
amazing with kids and coaches them in a way that they can understand and relate to the characters and scenes.” Training testimonial:
“Through 2 levels of training thus far with Bill I have seen my child excel and mature as an actor. Bill has taught my child the fundamentals to becoming a professional actor. He now can go into an audition confidently and knows what to do. He has also learned how to channel different emotions for different roles. My child has learned all the details that go hand in hand with acting for film and commercial work which has helped him to land
paid roles. Without our training with Bill we would look lost going
into auditions and on set.”
-Lauren Pham, mother of Atlas Pham who last year
completed his second children’s acting course. Atlas has alreadyhad a role on a City of Edmonton Blatchford development video, a
Lead role on a short film, a speaking role on a local ATA Commercial; and two commercial photo shoots. Atlas in 2018 has also had auditions for five different new Toronto series, and three projects out of L.A..

“During our time with Bill my girls have learnt the necessary education of the acting industry and knowledge that comes with auditioning for various roles and commercials for their level. Bill strives in knowing what his students’ strengths and weaknesses are, takes the time to give them coaching/training in areas
where needed, pays attention to what level of auditioning they
are ready for and most of all makes class an enjoyable experience for them.
I find it very important to put my kids in a class that is a positive experience/ environment for a child and this is what we get with Bill. We highly recommend Bill and are very happy with the results of his classes, the time he dedicates to his students and the care he puts into helping them towards their careers as actresses.”Joni Gibert-mother of Regan and Kenadie who recently completed their third level for children/young teens and are already going out for auditions and Regan recently won a speaking role on the series “Tiny Plastic Men”, and this past year Kenadie had a request to tape an audition for Disney casting directors out of Los Angeles.

“My daughter Aisha has taken 3 levels of courses with Bill Davidson to date and has learned a tremendous amount of skills through his knowledge and guidance. Aisha has just finished filming her first television commercial and she has had such a positive experience, based in part on her preparedness and the skill set she has gained through her training with Bill. Bill works very hard at ensuring that the talent he represents is prepared to take on the challenges and responsibilities of film acting. Aisha
looks forward to learning new techniques, taking more classes and gaining more opportunities based on the wealth of experience Bill has to offer and is willing to share. I would highly recommend Bill Davidson to anyone who is serious about acting. Sincerely, Patricia Gutierrez”

“Bill’s training is fantastic. Both my sons and I have attended his classes and they are beneficial for more than auditions and acting, they greatly enhance life skills. At a young age my sons’
confidence in meeting new people and ability to speak in front of
a crowd was much higher than their friends. My youngest son has
enrolled with Bill in the adult classes and after them I am
finally getting texts with detail from him and they are longer than one word!”
-Russell Schoeppe, dad of Reese and Reggie Schoeppe. Reese is a full
ACTRA member and has appeared in a speaking role on Waking Walter, a couple of healthy U commercials, a speaking role on the Vancouver filmed
Disney movie Space Buddies, and is now back in acting after taking time off. Now as an 18 year old he is taking adult classes
and recently auditioned for a supporting role on the Edmonton filmed Roxy Feature Film, and landed a job on a an ACTRA photo shoot campaign for the City of Edmonton Recycling program. His brother Reggie also recently came back into acting and recently also auditioned for a supporting role on
an Edmonton Feature Film. Reggie when a child actor landed an acting role on a Subway US National commercial along with another
female child actor who got the lead, that aired during the Super Bowl
and is the highest paying single day job ever attained by this agency.

Coaching testimonial:
“Bill is a wonderful coach. My son recently had a lead part that
he needed to be in red deer to film for the next day and had only a day to learn his script. We headed to see Bill the day we got the script, then again before we left and he worked on it with him, helping with not only the lines but emotional scenarios. Once on set the director and producer were so impressed that my son not only knew all of his lines, but at how well he portrayed the character. My son needed no directions from the director.
Without Bill this would not have been made possible. Bill works
amazing with kids and coaches them in a way that they can understand and relate to the characters and scenes.” Training testimonial:
“Through 2 levels of training thus far with Bill I have seen my child excel and mature as an actor. Bill has taught my child the fundamentals to becoming a professional actor. He now can go into an audition confidently and knows what to do. He has also learned how to channel different emotions for different roles. My child has learned all the details that go hand in hand with acting for film and commercial work which has helped him to land
paid roles. Without our training with Bill we would look lost going
into auditions and on set.”
-Lauren Pham, mother of Atlas Pham who last year
completed his second children’s acting course. Atlas has alreadyhad a role on a City of Edmonton Blatchford development video, a
Lead role on a short film, a speaking role on a local ATA Commercial; and two commercial photo shoots. Atlas in 2018 has also had auditions for five different new Toronto series, and three projects out of L.A..

“During our time with Bill my girls have learnt the necessary education of the acting industry and knowledge that comes with auditioning for various roles and commercials for their level. Bill strives in knowing what his students’ strengths and weaknesses are, takes the time to give them coaching/training in areas
where needed, pays attention to what level of auditioning they
are ready for and most of all makes class an enjoyable experience for them.
I find it very important to put my kids in a class that is a positive experience/ environment for a child and this is what we get with Bill. We highly recommend Bill and are very happy with the results of his classes, the time he dedicates to his students and the care he puts into helping them towards their careers as actresses.”Joni Gibert-mother of Regan and Kenadie who recently completed their third level for children/young teens and are already going out for auditions and Regan recently won a speaking role on the series “Tiny Plastic Men”, and this past year Kenadie had a request to tape an audition for Disney casting directors out of Los Angeles.

“My daughter Aisha has taken 3 levels of courses with Bill Davidson to date and has learned a tremendous amount of skills through his knowledge and guidance. Aisha has just finished filming her first television commercial and she has had such a positive experience, based in part on her preparedness and the skill set she has gained through her training with Bill. Bill works very hard at ensuring that the talent he represents is prepared to take on the challenges and responsibilities of film acting. Aisha
looks forward to learning new techniques, taking more classes and gaining more opportunities based on the wealth of experience Bill has to offer and is willing to share. I would highly recommend Bill Davidson to anyone who is serious about acting. Sincerely, Patricia Gutierrez”

“Bill’s training is fantastic. Both my sons and I have attended his classes and they are beneficial for more than auditions and acting, they greatly enhance life skills. At a young age my sons’
confidence in meeting new people and ability to speak in front of
a crowd was much higher than their friends. My youngest son has
enrolled with Bill in the adult classes and after them I am
finally getting texts with detail from him and they are longer than one word!”
-Russell Schoeppe, dad of Reese and Reggie Schoeppe. Reese is a full
ACTRA member and has appeared in a speaking role on Waking Walter, a couple of healthy U commercials, a speaking role on the Vancouver filmed
Disney movie Space Buddies, and is now back in acting after taking time off. Now as an 18 year old he is taking adult classes
and recently auditioned for a supporting role on the Edmonton filmed Roxy Feature Film, and landed a job on a an ACTRA photo shoot campaign for the City of Edmonton Recycling program. His brother Reggie also recently came back into acting and recently also auditioned for a supporting role on
an Edmonton Feature Film. Reggie when a child actor landed an acting role on a Subway US National commercial along with another
female child actor who got the lead, that aired during the Super Bowl
and is the highest paying single day job ever attained by this agency.

Coaching testimonial:
“Bill is a wonderful coach. My son recently had a lead part that
he needed to be in red deer to film for the next day and had only a day to learn his script. We headed to see Bill the day we got the script, then again before we left and he worked on it with him, helping with not only the lines but emotional scenarios. Once on set the director and producer were so impressed that my son not only knew all of his lines, but at how well he portrayed the character. My son needed no directions from the director.
Without Bill this would not have been made possible. Bill works
amazing with kids and coaches them in a way that they can understand and relate to the characters and scenes.” Training testimonial:
“Through 2 levels of training thus far with Bill I have seen my child excel and mature as an actor. Bill has taught my child the fundamentals to becoming a professional actor. He now can go into an audition confidently and knows what to do. He has also learned how to channel different emotions for different roles. My child has learned all the details that go hand in hand with acting for film and commercial work which has helped him to land
paid roles. Without our training with Bill we would look lost going
into auditions and on set.”
-Lauren Pham, mother of Atlas Pham who last year
completed his second children’s acting course. Atlas has already had a role on a City of Edmonton Blatchford development video, a
Lead role on a short film, a speaking role on a local ATA Commercial; and two commercial photo shoots. Atlas in 2018 has also had auditions for five different new Toronto series, and three projects out of L.A..