“Don’t forget to enjoy the trip!” Aidan Creegan said that. He also said, “Focus on your dreams, your goals. Work hard and try to learn as much as you can.” That is some very good advice, indeed. He said that when an interviewer asked him what advice would he give to aspiring actors. I’m sure any actor could use that advice along with any human being; because it is probably the shortest and best advice for success anyone could ever give someone else.

Aidan should know about focusing on dreams and goals because that’s what he’s been doing for the last few years. He has gone through extensive training to become a fine and polished actor, and has gotten tons of roles in the theatre along with some very nice parts in films. He worked hard and learned as much as he could and then he applied those things to a real life professional career and now, there’s no stopping this guy.

The thing about Aidan Creegan is that he understands what it takes to get a show off the ground, whether it’s a movie or a play or a TV series. He sees productions like the Sopranos and Breaking Bad, for instance and realizes the depth of the acting has to match the fantastic and multi-layered depth of the writing. He appreciates those things because he’s a professional just like the stars of those shows are. Those shows have made him see that the U.S. is a market worth going to if he wants to experience the complex but understandable characters and storylines that are being written over there.

Aidan is a fan of movies and he would like to work with directors like David Fincher, and Christopher Nolan. He feels their work is compelling and engaging and groundbreaking. As far as actors he’s like to work with, Aidan says he likes Brian Cranston, of Breaking Bad fame and Al Pacino, of Al Pacino fame. Not bad choices. He also loves comedy and feels that Chris Rock and Eddie Murphy would be great to work with.

Aidan is in pre-production on a film right now and he is planning to come over to the states sometime in the very near future. We can’t wait to see him when he comes to Hollywood.

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