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The Actor’s Tax Guide – An Interview with Mark Bra
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The Actor’s Tax Guide – An Interview with Mark Bradley and a Review of His E-book on Filing Your Taxes by Sean Pratt
Mark shares his thoughts on why he created this primer on filing your taxes as a performer.
Mark Bradley has been a professional actor for 39 years, based primarily in the Minneapolis-St. Paul area. For several years, Mark provided individual tax help to performers through the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) program, which was a project of the Twin Cities Local of AFTRA, and he presented income tax seminars for actors for several years. He is also a graduate of the H&R Block tax course. In his e-book The Actor’s Tax Guide – 2010 Edition ( he lays out the basics of what actors needs to know about filing their income taxes.
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Sean Pratt, (AEA / SAG / AFTRA), has been a working actor for over 20 years. He received his BFA from the College of Santa Fe, NM. Sean was a member of the resident acting company at The Pearl Theatre, an Off-Broadway classical repertory theatre and has also performed at numerous regional theatres around the country. Major films include - Gods and Generals, Tuck Everlasting and Iron Jawed Angels. Television work includes - The host of HGTV’s, Old Homes Restored, and supporting roles on Homicide, The District and America’s Most Wanted. Audiobooks - He has been narrating for over 13 years and has recorded nearly 500 books in just about every genre. He also teaches classes on and writes articles about the business of the Biz.