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Bryan Fox


Bryan grew up on the Main Line of Philadelphia. He moved to New York where he studied and worked on stage in off broadway theater. He then moved to Los Angeles where he worked behind the scenes on music videos, commercials, and Emmy award winning television shows, while at the same time studying his craft and becoming a professional actor in both television and independent film. He has been a teaching artist in both New York and LA, and has over fifteen years of real world theater, film and major network television acting and audition experience. He’s written and directed numerous short films that have screened in festivals on both coasts and has produced and directed his first feature, the documentary, Curveball. His classes focus on empowering students by helping them discover their unique voice and inner strength. Whether it’s demystifying the real world of auditioning for TV and film in Hollywood and New York or just learning to be more comfortable in their own skin, just as they are students will discover that they are enough. Acting is simply about having an organic human connection to themselves and the world around them. Whether its real life or living truthfully within fictional circumstances, students will learn to relax, be grounded, trust their instincts and not “act” but simply listen and respond organically, which translates to confidence, economy of movement/stillness and fun in the audition room, on the set and most importantly in life.

Bryan has been happily retired from being a professional actor for over 10 years and focuses 100% of his energy to the growth of his students and everyone who comes to Actors Lab Philly (and of course to raising his amazing son). For some of Bryan’s past Film/Television experience please click below…

To see the festival award winning documentary Curveball that Bryan produced and directed in 2009, click the link below…

Jennie Eisenhower

Teaching Artist

Jennie Eisenhower is a professional actor, director, and teaching artist. She has been a member of SAG/AFTRA and Actors Equity for over 20 years, and an adjunct professor at Temple University for 13 years, teaching audition technique to senior theatre majors. She is also a two-time Barrymore Award winning actor for her work onstage in Philadelphia in “Forbidden Broadway” (Best Actress) and “The Wild Party” (Best Supporting Actress). Her directing credits include work at Walnut Street Theatre, The Media Theatre,  Bristol Riverside Theatre, and, most recently, Delaware Theatre Company. Her Film/TV credits include “Arthur,” “Dispatches from Elsewhere,” “Mona Lisa Smile,” “Law and Order,” “The Suspect” and, of course, the obligatory PA Lottery commercial. Her work on stage and on camera has taken her all over the country including Chicago, New York, DC, Tampa, New Hampshire, and more. Her artistic home is currently in the Philadelphia region where she resides with her wife, child, and rescue dog, Fern. 

Meghan Malloy

Teaching Artist

Meghan Malloy holds a BFA in Acting/Minor in Musical Theater from Point Park Conservatory in Pittsburgh. Acting credits include Fugard’s My Children! My Africa! (Wilma, Barrymore nomination), Sarah Ruhl’s Dead Man’s Cell Phone(Actors Theater of Phoenix) and Shanley’s Doubt (Pittsburgh Irish & Classical), among other regional theater credits. Meghan taught acting for 9 years at the Walnut Street Theatre. Locally, she has taught dialect workshops and does dialect coaching for full-scale productions. As a playwright, Meghan’s work has been given staged readings by New Feathers Productions and Playmate Playwrights. She currently teaches acting at Lights, Camera, Acting! in Bucks County. Visit linktree/meghan.malloy.creates for more information about her multi-hyphenate work as a theatre artist.


Teaching Artist

Allison is a Philadelphia based actor, director, and producer. Trained in acting for both theater and film, she has always been drawn to storytelling and the connections it creates with others. She embodies the idea that anyone can benefit from taking an acting class whether you want this as a career path or you are just looking for a boost in your self confidence. Allison facilitates a safe environment for students to have fun finding truth within imaginary situations; being able to share her knowledge and experiences with young minds has brought her a lot of joy over the years. Allison has been a teaching artist for over 12 years and  is excited to continue her journey with The Actors Lab.