Andi and Peter reunite on Peter's "Acting Business Bootcamp" podcast and talk about everything from hosting to why a well-timed FU feels good...
After she’d finished writing down everything she’d learned so far in her acting career, and put pen to paper to pass on the accumulated wisdom of her 12 years as an acting teacher, Andi Matheny learned one more thing – one very important thing.
It was great to see (former St. Pete resident) Andi Matheny in there with Patrick Duffy and Ryan Phillippe.
Justin: God, is she good. She is so consistently good.In fact, as soon as Andi started doing her scenes, we immediately regretted that the part wasn’t bigger. We wished we had time to add more stuff, because her and Patrick Duffy were just so funny together.
Click here to hear Andi talk about her discoveries as an acting coach and her upcoming book!
"Monday’s Catalyst Sessions was a fun and freewheeling look at Matheny’s career both in front of and behind the camera, in her California days and continuing here in Florida."
"Andi is a delightfully accomplished and impeccably talented actress who perseveres in her artistic endeavors, and she is always an asset to any production with whom she is associated."
"Amazon has picked up the pilot episode of Good Morning St. Pete!, the web series written and directed by St. Petersburg acting teacher Andi Matheny."
"Search the credits of major productions filmed nearby and in Georgia and California, and you’ll recognize the names of actors whose alma mater is the Andi Matheny Acting Studios in Downtown St. Petersburg. At the helm is Andi Matheny herself, a 25-year Hollywood veteran who books roles and teaches others to do the same."
"Now a St. Petersburg resident, Matheny is a 25-year veteran of Hollywood as a TV and film actress, talk show host, commercial spokes-woman, voiceover talent and comedy performer. She was given a Lifetime Achievement award at the 2019 Sunshine City Film Festival."
"Andi Matheny’s love affair with Hollywood didn’t end badly, it just ended. After two decades of acting in sitcoms, commercials and prime-time soap operas, she’d had enough. So she brought a little Hollywood to St. Petersburg."