• Finding Your Brand As An Expat Thespian

    Monikers are amazing.  #TheSeoulBrotha, The Tokyo Kid, Workshop Guru, Actor's Advocate, etc.  No matter what we call ourselves one thing I've quickly learned.   Read More >

  • How to Accept Criticism As An Expat Thespian

    If rejection is part of the thespian game then criticism is the foundation to the rules.  We're living abroad and often in countries whose culture doesn't permit a blunt critique.  Expat Thespians can be told that we're good actors and at times that compliment can come so often that when we get criticized it's a bit jarring.   Read More >

  • Brexit Advice For The Expat Thespian

    The United Kingdom is in an uproar.  The Brexit has many speculations causing facts and rumors to become indistinguishable. Nevertheless, there's one truth that does hold; changes are happening for the people of the U.K.   Read More >

  • The Top 3 Myths About Being An Expat Thespian

    The Expat Thespian is unique.  An actor that lives and works in a foreign country to gain experience, train, and learn the craft.  Expat Thespians tend to think that they have no need for further education in the art & business of acting.   Read More >

  • Advantages With Your Host Language For The Expat Thespian

    As an expat thespian you're living abroad and learning your host language hopefully on a daily basis. However, you can be stereotyped as the "token foreigner" and only given roles speaking your native tongue.  Being the token foreigner is great if your wanting to gain experience but to be a successful expat thespian you should be acting in a foreign language.   Read More >

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Kahlid Elijah Tapia is an award winning actor who built his film career in Seoul, South Korea.   He began to flourish in 2010 gaining experience in film, television, and theater. He is known for Jojakdwen Doshi (2017), Haebangchon (2015) & Gamgi (2013).