Screen Artists Co-op

828.808.2468

SAC is a full circle actor experience. We school, service, and support the actor's career to facilitate a sustainable film acting career in the southeast region.

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We take actor training into the subconscious with "Sense Streaming" -- a totally revolutionary approach.

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SAC provides industry-leading tools to dynamically brand and promote our actors' careers.

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SAC News & Events

SAC Actors in locally shot "Masterminds"!

SAC Actors in locally shot "Masterminds"!

June 24, 2015

SAC Actors Karsten Friske and Candace Blanchard appear in the upcoming Zach Galifianakis/ Kristen Wiig movie being released on August 7th!

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Co-op Actor enters Jurassic World!

Co-op Actor enters Jurassic World!

June 24, 2015

We are so excited to see SAC Actor Matt Burke in Jurassic World!

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Summer Session Starts Soon!

May 5, 2015

The summer block at SAC was designed with the students in mind! Click here to find yourself in a class!

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Winter Block ends as April Practicums begin!

Winter Block ends as April Practicums begin!

March 9, 2015

Click here to view our upcoming April Classes!

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Working Actors

Adam Meier

"Oscar Mayer" Internet Project

Jane Hallstrom

"Swamp Murders"

Justin Livingston

"Swamp Murders"

John Rutland

"Swamp Murders"

Matt Burke

Pilot for TBS: "Shaq Inq."

Blaque Fowler

Feature Film: "Untitled De Niro/Efron Project"

Adam Cole

Mountain Dew Commercial

Kay Galvin

Feature Film: The Lake

Lauren Rivas

Industrial Short Film: "Immunoassay Lake Monster"

Ben Goldfinger

Industrial Short Film: "Immunoassay Lake Monster"

Stephany Nezo

Industrial Short Film: "Strawberry DNA"

Emerald Robinson

TV Show: Eli Roth's South of Hell

Andie Fisichella

TV Show: Sid Roth's It's Supernatural

Iain Alexander

TV Show: Turn

Gwydion L-W

TV Show: Turn

Kai Schmoll

TV Series: Nashville

Karsten Friske

SAG Film: Masterminds

Erin Kinney

TV Series: Nashville

Rebecca Rusk

TV Series: Finding Carter

Jeff Alexander

PBS Feature: First in Forestry

Ava Atwood

TV Series: Finding Carter

Nonoma Stonecoat

SAG Film: Bolden

Adam Meier

Adam Meier

"Oscar Mayer" Internet Project

Jane Hallstrom

Jane Hallstrom

"Swamp Murders"

Justin Livingston

Justin Livingston

"Swamp Murders"

John Rutland

John Rutland

"Swamp Murders"

Matt Burke

Matt Burke

Pilot for TBS: "Shaq Inq."

Blaque Fowler

Blaque Fowler

Feature Film: "Untitled De Niro/Efron Project"

Adam Cole

Adam Cole

Mountain Dew Commercial

Kay Galvin

Kay Galvin

Feature Film: The Lake

Lauren Rivas

Lauren Rivas

Industrial Short Film: "Immunoassay Lake Monster"

Ben Goldfinger

Ben Goldfinger

Industrial Short Film: "Immunoassay Lake Monster"

Stephany Nezo

Stephany Nezo

Industrial Short Film: "Strawberry DNA"

Emerald Robinson

Emerald Robinson

TV Show: Eli Roth's South of Hell

Andie Fisichella

Andie Fisichella

TV Show: Sid Roth's It's Supernatural

Iain Alexander

Iain Alexander

TV Show: Turn

Gwydion L-W

Gwydion L-W

TV Show: Turn

Kai Schmoll

Kai Schmoll

TV Series: Nashville

Karsten Friske

Karsten Friske

SAG Film: Masterminds

Erin Kinney

Erin Kinney

TV Series: Nashville

Rebecca Rusk

Rebecca Rusk

TV Series: Finding Carter

Jeff Alexander

Jeff Alexander

PBS Feature: First in Forestry

Ava Atwood

Ava Atwood

TV Series: Finding Carter

Nonoma Stonecoat

Nonoma Stonecoat

SAG Film: Bolden

SAC Actors Speak

Candace Blanchard

Candace Blanchard

 It's crack, not butt crack but the drug. It's addicting, feels so good and when you can't have it anymore you go into withdrawal. It's a love hate relationship I have with this place. I love them so much and I hate them because I moved away and I can't get a good "fix" anywhere else. In my opinion someone should clone Jon and the clone (or original) should be with me, in my pocket, to call on as needed. Like a little minion... But until that day comes I will just rock in the corner of a dark alley until I...

Jacob Stephen

Jacob Stephen

The Screen Artists Co-Op is a community of professional artists dedicated to each other and the pursuit of excellence. My experience here is that of acceptance and nurturing as well as offering a challenge to be greater. I started a year ago with Blocks and Fears and now I'm booking work and improving my life. This is my family of craftsman, my guild, and artistic sanctuary.

Adam Copeland

Adam Copeland

"It feels like you're flying without a net. You get in and it's like, what are we going to dip into? I have no idea. Are we going to talk about death? Are we going to talk about life and loving? You don't know. So you can't prepare which is nice because you have to feel what you're doing instead of acting like you feel what you’re doing."

Justin Livingston

Justin Livingston

My time at the co op has been awesome! It's a family atmosphere and it's a safe place to come and work in. We are some of the luckiest actors anywhere to have a place like this to call home.

Bruce Henderson

Bruce Henderson

The Co-op offers a supportive environment in which an organic approach to improving acting skills coexists with good representation and an active "let's make this work for this individual" attitude. We are fortunate to have the Co-op's services in the Asheville region.

Erin Kinney

Erin Kinney

"There is something so magical about coming together with a group of artists where we support each other in opening ourselves to a greater expression of who we are, that being an artist! There is no other place that exists like the Screen Artist's Co-Op where we strive to support each other in our creative endeavors, push beyond what we ever thought was possible in our selves and our lives and in the end, make our dreams a reality. There is something to be said about the power of the collective when we come together and what we have created at...

Nathan Smith

Nathan Smith

I am so glad I found the Co-op, it has been an experience that I will always cherish. It has such a friendly and family like atmosphere and I would recommend it to any actor or anyone wanting a life changing experience. The value of what they teach is priceless!!!! Great place to be!!!!

Katelyn Norton

Katelyn Norton

"For the longest time I never pursued my dream of acting because of how impossible it seemed. I stumbled across the Co-op with no prior film experience whatsoever, yet they accepted me with open arms. In my one year here I've not only learned more than I thought existed about acting, but more than I thought existed about myself. This establishment and the community associated with it have changed everything for me, and I could not imagine being anywhere else."

Krista Tortora

Krista Tortora

The Screen Artists Co-op provides incredibly valuable assets to its members: a studio in which to tape/edit/submit the kind of quality auditions casting directors are looking for, camaraderie of members who read for one another and support each other's growth as actors, the type of positive networking that is essential in this art/business, a stellar staff who take a personal interest in your learning and career, and a safe place in which to hone your craft by stretching far beyond where you ever imagined you might reach, bringing an undeniable depth and truth to your work/art.

Chris Evans

Chris Evans

It's hard to describe the Co-Op. It's not just classes and an agency. It's a source of support that promotes not only growth as an artist, but growth as a person. If you can really dig in and apply yourself here then there is no going back. It will make you a better artist and a more focused person. I'm beginning to develop a true acting process and an outlook that has changed how I view acting. It's insane to think the co op gave me all of this. Wish I would have found this place sooner.

Emily Shaules

Emily Shaules

The Co-op quite literally changed my life. I met a tribe who supports me unconditionally, learned valuable skills that serve me every time I'm on set, and gave me the confidence and belief to go after my dreams. Being a Co-op member has been one of the best decisions of my life and I would unequivocally recommend to anyone serious about filming acting.

Betsy Fregoso

Betsy Fregoso

Very bless to have found Screen Artists Co-op, a place where you feel safe, loved and supported by many lovely talented people that are walking on the same journey, cheering and learning each other. It is literary a place for everyone, actor or non actor, anyone that wants a positive change in their life and wants to grow as person and discovering their talents. I trust the co-op a hundred percent and I can honestly say that there's no other place like that. One in a million.

About/Mission

The Screen Artists Co-op is a collaboration of film artists in the southeast region. Our members elevate their craft in order to book sustained paying work in movies, television and voice over.

Contact SAC

Screen Artists Co-op at Story Point
2002 Riverside Drive, Suite 42-P
Asheville, NC 28804
(828) 808-2468

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