Acting Is a True Passion for Erik Surjan

The acting community is very competitive, requiring each and every aspiring actor to bring something special and unique to the stage in order to set themselves apart from the competition. Erik Surjan appreciates the time, effort and practice necessary to set yourself apart, and is committed to the hard work and time needed to establish and maintain lifelong success in the acting community.

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Erik Surjan is now looking to build and compile an extensive acting portfolio, and to gain a strong foothold in what he believes to be one of the most fulfilling, and rewarding, professions in the world. As one with a genuine passion for the craft, as well as the work ethic needed to pursue that passion to its extreme, Surjan has begun to make a name for himself in the field. Featured in several instructional videos and Australian TV advertisements, Surjan hopes to continue building on his experience, and to one day earn a role in something truly memorable and significant.

Erik Surjan applies much of what he has learned as an athlete and competitor to the pursuit of acting success. He understands that hard work and focus are just as important to success in the acting community as they are to success in athletic competition, and is committed to applying himself with the same amount of preparation and training that helped to make him one of Australia’s brightest up and coming stars of Track and Field.

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Surjan has been honored to have studied with several notable professional acting organizations, including the Sydney Screen Acting Group’s Screen Acting Workshop.

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About Erik Surjan

Erik Surjan is currently studying acting with Bill McCluskey, a veteran Australian actor. Erik Surjan has already appeared in TV ads and several instructional videos in his native Australia. He is also a competitive athlete who has participated in track and field events all across Australia. Erik Surjan has studied business, and holds degrees from Edith Cowan University, and Monash University.
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