Voice, Breath, Songs

Episode #54 From Promoting Concerts to Working as an Actress

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Bio of the artist:

Actress/Producer Leah Cevoli, is a multi-talented entertainment professional whose work stretches across many genres. A rock ‘n roll enthusiast, body image activist, and fan of all things horror, Leah’s work has been spotlighted on Film Courage, Ms. In the Biz, Inside the Actors Podcast, Geekscape, The Mary Sue, and many more.


What she shares in this episode:

As an artist, have you tried everything to get that “Golden Ticket”? What do you have to do to get it? For some creatives, it only took them months to get it, but for Leah Cevoli, it was six years. Starting at the bottom and on her way up, that is where Leah is headed.


Today, Ariane and Leah chat about her experience in an acting class, how it changed her mindset and prepare it for where she is right now. Listen in as we all learn that hard work is being notice, how giving up is not an option and the importance of saying Yes.


In this episode of the Creator Mindset Podcast:

  • Leah’s backstory on how she ended up in Los Angeles
  • What is her first job and how did she get it
  • Her career as a host in many band events
  • Leah’s work experience as a front desk receptionist
  • How did Leah became an actress
  • Her Deadwood experience
  • Leah’s voice over work in the industry
  • Leah getting her “Golden Ticket” be part of SAG

Key takeaways:

  • If all else fails just keep driving
  • Hard work get noticed and rewarded
  • You have to take everything with a grain of salt or it will really break your heart
  • You live in Hollywood. Even if you’re going to the post office you should be dressed like you live in Hollywood.
  • You have to say yes to something you feel aligned with, you also have to learn to say no if it is not aligned with or not going to really help you in the long run to  move to the next level
  • It is like riding a bicycle, you have to get back on. You have to put yourself in a situation where you might connect with people
  • When you’re working on fixing people it’s because you’re avoiding fixing yourself


Links mentioned in this Episode:

Sultana Documentary

Dance Baby Dance

Radical Dating


How to connect with Leah:


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