Interview with Actor Isaiah Evans

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At just six years old, Isaiah Evans is already making a name for himself in the entertainment industry. With the help of his grandmother, Edwina Evans, this talented young actor has taken on the role of Bryson Daniels in the captivating podcast series “Self-Rising Flower.” In this exclusive interview, Isaiah shares his experience as a young actor, his connection to the character of Bryson, and the joy he finds in bringing stories to life. From his love of school work to his infectious laughter on set, we explore the dedication and excitement that drives this rising star, and discover the support system that has helped him along the way.

Can you tell us what it’s like to be an actor? What do you enjoy most about being in front of the microphone or camera?

Being an actor, you have to be committed to your character and making the script yours. I enjoying being in front of the camera because the attention is on me. I get excited knowing the project will be great.

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In Self-Rising Flower, you play the character of Bryson, who is a very smart and inventive young boy. What was your favorite thing about playing Bryson?

My character Bryson is like me in some way. I love school work and excelled, however I sometimes I read my words from left to right. Example would be now/won or need/deen. My grandmother has worked with me on correcting that. My favorite thing was having a crush on Tonya. I laugh so hard reading the script. My twin sisters teased me about it.

When you’re not acting, what do you like to do for fun? Do you have any hobbies or favorite games you enjoy playing?

During my free time I enjoy going to Chuck E Cheese or SkyZone. Singing and dancing along with YouTube video is lots of fun. On hot days I enjoy riding my bike. Sometimes playing games on my Nintendo Switch.

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Can you share a funny or happy memory from your time working on Self-Rising Flower? Maybe something that made you laugh or smile during the recording process?

Sharing a moment with the Director as i got tongue twisted with my lines. Overcome with laughter for a few minutes. Reading a line about slapping your momma which was funny to me, not that i would ever do that.

What have you learned from being an actor? Has it taught you anything new or interesting?

I learned that long hours are required, repeating scenes to perfection and take directions from multiple staff. This experience has taught me to be flexible at all times because things will change while filming.

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If you could play any character in a movie, TV show, or podcast, who would you want to be and why?

I would love the opportunity to play young Peter Pan or Spiderman in a live show or film. With these roles lots of excitement and action goes on.

Lastly, is there anyone you’d like to thank for helping you with your acting career so far? Maybe your family, friends, or someone special who has supported you along the way?

I would like to thank my sister Aubree Majors for helping me prepare for my self tapes. My grandmother Edwina Evans who served as my Manager, and introduce me to acting and a world of opportunity. Lastly my Manager Theresa Matos who’s always working hard for me and creating new opportunities for me to showcase my talent.


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