What We Do

Through educational sessions, personal counseling, job training, audition preparation, management guidance, and networking comradery, we develop a team of performers with the drive and dedication needed to succeed.  


We inspire performers to first know themselves and become the best people that they can be individually, then utilize that knowledge to be the best performers that they can be personally.  



Who We Are


The Actors Coalition Network of Los Angeles is a professional non-profit organization dedicated to education, job training, mentorship, and counseling of young entertainment industry hopefuls.


Under the direction of professional writer/director/master teacher Randall Gray, this program is lead through a Spectrum Advantage of tutelage to develop a network of ethically and morally trained performers who are focused on changing the world of entertainment one person at a time.


Our Goal

Our goal is to change the world around us by first effecting change in the individual, then to encourage and impart morals and ethics that will not only guide but also protect our associate members through all facets of their personal and professional lives, as they take what we teach and train them in out into the world to cause change for the betterment of all.  
We do not feel we have a right to tell our associate members what to believe, but by explaining how what they believe effects everything they do, we feel they will chose to use intelligence and compassion as their own moral and ethical compass through all that they do.

2021 Has begun and the Actors Coalition Network of Los Angeles (ACN) is off and running. We have lots of strong projects slated for this year, and are excited to see what is to come.

Somehow during a world wide pandemic, the Actors Coalition Network of Los Angeles (ACN) found a way to safely create 57 films.

What a year...

The Actors Coalition Network of Los Angeles (ACN) Launched The Summer of Shorts & The Holiday Shorts Series in 2019, becoming the first non-profit organization of our size to create and release 70 short films in just 9 months time.

This garnered recognition from both the National Endowment of the Arts


The Producer's Guild of America

"The Actors Coalition Network has taught me how to accept my failures and learn from them." - Ayberk Demir
"The Actors Coalition Network has taught me to meet people where they are at, and that personally, I must be more than just an actor, I must set myself apart and stay busy." - Joshua Rehfeldt
"The Actors Coalition Network has taught me allot about myself, and trained me in various principles that I will carry with me into the future."
- Zachary Sandberg
"The Actors Coalition Network has taught me the value of having people of a similar mindset around you." - Taylor Tighe
             "The Actors Coalition Network has taught me the value of self respect."                        - Kristopher Dowling
"The Actors Coalition Network has trained me in the different avenues of the entertainment industry, and how it is changing."
- Jake See
"The Universal Truths training I have received with the Actors Coalition Network has helped me not only identify, but also clarify what sort of 'demons' or conflicts I was dealing with internally." - Christian Medina
"The Actors Coalition Network has helped me see what I am truly passionate about."
- Cason Troutman
"The Actors Coalition Network has helped me to understand the value of mentorship, both being mentored and mentoring others. It has also taught me to do what is important, not just what is urgent."
- Michael Baszler

The Actor's Coalition Network seeks to impact the entertainment industry worldwide through live performances and film productions. We believe the truth of the actor's performance has the ability to affect people on an emotional and psychological level, and in doing so changes their perspective on life. 


We are commited to pursuing art for the purpose of impacting people positively through film, live theater, music, dance, writing, spoken word, etc. 


© 2014 Actors Coalition Network of Los Angeles

“It is not the critic who counts, not the one who points out how the strong man stumbled or how the doer of deeds might have done them better. The credit belongs to the man who is actually in the arena, whose face is marred with sweat and dust and blood; who strives valiantly; who errs and comes short again and again; who knows the great enthusiasms, the great devotions, and spends himself in a worthy cause; who, if he wins, knows the triumph of high achievement; and who, if he fails, at least fails while daring greatly, so that his place shall never be with those cold and timid souls who know neither victory nor defeat.”
                                                                         – President Theodore “Teddy” Roosevelt

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