Great advice on acting and perseverance from Sacramento actor Christopher Michael Holley (State of Affairs) on “Sacramento Film Works,” a project of the Northern California Filmmakers Coalition. Also pictured are hosts Craig DeLuz and Amy Henry. (Photo Courtesy of Access Sacramento)

SACRAMENTO – Northern California’s own Christopher Michael Holley sat down with the hosts of Sacramento Film Works to talk about his journey from struggling local actor to rising Hollywood star. Holley used entertaining stories from his own life to share valuable advice with those seeking to make a career in the film industry.

“It’s not called Show Friends. It’s Show Business”, Holley exclaimed, as he talked about how he got his first big break as Beanie in the film Smokin Aces. He went on share about the importance of honing your craft, being open to constructive criticism and being willing to “pay your dues.”

Sacramento Film Works, which is hosted by Craig DeLuz and Amy Henry is a produced by the Northern California Filmmakers Coalition. It airs the first Saturday of the month at 6:00 pm on Comcast channel 17 and AT&T Uverse channel 99.

This episode (Journey of a Rising Star) featuring Christopher Michael Holley will air on March 7th.