Get the Skills To Be a Professional Actor

If you’re driven to perform and ready to invest in your future as a professional actor, you owe it to yourself to consider Vancouver Academy of Dramatic Arts (VADA).

Each VADA instructor is a working professional with years of experience in the industry. We know exactly what it takes to make it in this business, so you get the intensive practical training, real-world techniques and career building skills and it takes to succeed.

Over 80% of VADA students achieve placement on an agent’s roster within 3 months of graduation. That means you’ll be going to auditions for paid professional jobs in a very short time.

Check Out the VADA Programs

Do your research. Once you look around, you will see that VADA will be at the top of your list for actor training. Our success rate of working, fulfilled graduates is so high, you’ll want to give yourself the best chances for success.

Watch the video above for a tour of VADA acting school

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“Vada has helped me gain the skills to be confident. Now I can follow my dream and work as an actor.”

Marina Pasqua

Marina Pasqua

Project Fit

The Evil in Us
Lead
Sandcastle Pictures

Erika Walter

Erika Walter

Heartland
Principal
E1 Entertainment

Justyn Shippelt

Justyn-Shippelt

Untold Stories of the ER
Principal
TLC

Jerome Velinsky

Jerome Velinsky

The Evil in Us
Supporting
Sandcastle Pictures

Graham Shiels

Graham Shiels

Republic of Doyle
Guest Star
CTV

Alex Barima

Alex Barima

Tomorrowland, The Returned, Truth & Lies

Do you have any questions?
Please don’t hesitate to call us at 604.633.1525
or send us an email!

VADA’s Blog

  • Sacrifice in Acting

    Posted in: Blog
    As someone who trains actors everyday I see a very common mistake. No sacrifice. These people feel they can come in, take a few classes and become an actor. Most of the time, they fail, but not because of lack of oppo...
  • Confidence is Key

    Posted in: Blog
    Out of all the training you could possibly endure, through all the scene study, dialect classes, movement and so on, there is one key element that cannot be taught; confidence. It is an actor’s best friend in any perf...
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