Watch reviews from Premiere Perfromers of all ages. Performers share a variety of experiences, from their favorite Premiere Interview moment, to how they met their favorite celebrities from Disney and Nickelodeon, to how they got expert advice from agents, managers and casting directors at Walt Disney World in Orlando.
“I wanted to thank Premiere so much for believing in me. I am now signed with Sony music Australia as well as MTV Australia looking to be picked up by MTV in America. Me, my brothers, and a group of friends started a group called the Janoskians. You should check us out. We have over 50 million views online. 🙂 Funny to see how much success I have gained in a matter of only a 10 month period. 🙂 Thanks again. :)” –Beau Brooks
“I’m so excited to tell you guys that I got signed by New York Model Management. I’ve done editorial shoots for Sak’s, Company Kids, The Children’s Place, Tom & Dru/LIV, Rubies and Target. I can’t believe a little girl from Ohio is living this awesome dream. Thanks, Premiere!” –Maddie Libby
“I have now been acting and producing for three years, since my attendance at Premiere in December 2010. I have been in The Letter Writer (movie), Hearts and Home (movie), FedEx Spec Commercial, Mountain Heritage Commercial, religious short films… And I have modeled for The University of Utah “A Touch of Whimsy” shoot, Alysse’s Bridal Runway show and a recent photoshoot at the Bonneville Salt Flats, where Pirates of the Caribbean was filmed. And I began producing when I was 15 as well. I was a production manager for Miche Bags Commercial, Director for a student American Sign Language music video (I worked with Donny Osmond’s son on this project), Assistant Director for the short film “Minnesota,” and the Production Manager and Assistant Director for an award-winning short film (we’re to Orlando in June for the international round of the competition). It has been quite a journey! I want to thank Premiere for this life-changing experience for me, and I’d love to be a part of it for future participants.” –Emily Van Leeuwen