Welker White is an actor with deep roots in the New York theatre community, as well as in film and television. As an educator Welker has worked with actors at every stage of their development: teaching in academic and training programs, private workshops, corporate environments, and one-on-one, both here and abroad.

Welker White is an actor with deep roots in the New York theatre community, as well as in film and television. As an educator Welker has worked with actors at every stage of their development: teaching in training and academic programs, private workshops, corporate environments, and one-on-one, both here and abroad.

Screen Acting Summer Institute at Brooklyn College- success!

Damian Young and I had a blast working with a phenomenal group of actors the last week of July for the first SCREEN ACTING SUMMER INSTITUTE on the campus of Brooklyn College. Hoping to continue this next year and beyond. Click the link below to see a few pics from the week.

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Next Up: Martin Scorsese’s The Irishman

Thrilled to have been cast in Martin Scorsese’s film The Irishman. I’ll be playing Josephine Hoffa, wife of infamous labor leader Jimmy Hoffa, played by Al Pacino. The film is based on Charles Brandt’s book I Heard You Paint Houses. Shooting begins early fall. 

Read Announcement on Deadline here

PUBLISHED ARTICLE ON HOWLROUND

My recent article Acting Training in the New Golden Age has been published on Howlround. With the vast opportunities for actors in film, television, and new media, too many training programs are giving this work less attention than it deserves, leaving actors to figure things out once they graduate. 

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