Actors Student Alliance

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A.S.A (Actors Student Alliance) is a membership organization for actors in Kensal Green London. The school was founded in June 2008 by Aml Ameen with a group of 30 student actors. In February 2009 Aml trimmed the school down to 15 members so he could concentrate on an elite group of actors. From its inception the school has gone on to producing a short film and a theatre showcase for its students.[1]

After working closely with Najan Ward who joined the group in September 2008, Aml Ameen quickly spotted his talent and helped him improve his audition techniques which led to Najan being cast by Ted Dowd for the new BBC comedy Home Time by Baby Cow Productions.[2][3] Aml Ameen and Najan Ward are producing their first short film The Pick Up which was devised in a workshop in one of Aml’s improvised classes. The film goes into production in June 2009.


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