XCast: “The Art of Acting in the World” book release (Exclusive)
New York City-based writer, actor, producer, director, and producer Alex Karp is launching a new book that will chronicle his journey to the world of acting in the world.
The book, XCast, is being published by The Knick Press, and will be published on July 1, 2019.
The author is a longtime performer who has acted in films like “Dazed and Confused” and “Halloween.”
He was nominated for the Tony Award for Best Directing for his work on “Sons of Anarchy.”
Karp has also written a memoir, “Karp’s Best of Hollywood,” and has directed several short films.
In the book, Karp recounts how he landed a recurring role on “The X-Files,” where he was a part of a group of actors who formed the first X-Men team.
After the show ended, he landed on “X-Men: Apocalypse,” where his role in the show was ultimately reduced.
He was later cast as the antagonist in “The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey,” but that was cut from the final film.
The books first book will detail the story of the actor who was cast as a part-time teacher at a school where actors were given lessons.
Karp said in the announcement that the book is a look into what it’s like to be a part time teacher and also a student, but that there will be plenty of humor to keep the story entertaining.
In his introduction to the book and promotional material, Kepa says that the goal of the book was to show a more realistic view of the process and process of being an actor, which he says is a very hard thing to accomplish.
“I want to share my story with as many people as I can and make sure that they can relate to it,” Karp told the New York Times.
“It’s been a tough journey, and it’s been an amazing journey.
I really want people to relate to that.”