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Welcome to John Robert Powers

John Robert Powers | Model - Act - Sing - Dance

Kelly Osbourne
Kelly Osbourne - Co-Host of E! Fashion Police. Kelly attended JRP in Beverly Hills


Dakota Johnson
Dakota Johnson - "50 shades of gray". Daughter of Melanie Griffith and Granddaughter of Tippy Hedron. Several generations of her family have gone to John Robert Powers.


Albert Tsai
Albert has booked a series regular role on ABC's new show "Trophy Wife" to be released soon. He's a JRP graduate and winner of Child Actor of the Year from iPOP!

  Addison Riecke
Lead role on new Nickelodeon TV Series "The Thundermans".

Ryan Lee
"This is 40" with Paul Rudd

Ryan Lee is best known for his role as Cary in the 2011 film Super 8. Lee was born in Austin, Texas. Lee played Cary in the 2011 film Super 8. In 2011, he starred in the music video for David Guetta's song "Titanium".

Movies: Super 8, This Is 40, Meeting Evil, Jason 'Mayhem' Miller vs. Niko Vitale, Super Brawl: Destiny, Lambs.


Alexyis Sanchez
"Grown Ups II", playing Selma Hayek and Adam Sandler's daughter. To be released July 2013.
Also starred in "Grown Ups".

  Madison Wolf
Filming now: "True Detectives", playing Woody Harrelson¹s daughter.
2012: "The Campaign" with Will Ferrell and Jessica Brady. "On the Road" with Kristen Stewart and Viggo Mortensen.

A letter we received:

"We heard the advertisement on the radio and decided to make the call. We really didn't know what to expect at a regional talent scouting call out, and we were shocked at the number of people who attended the auditions! It was overwhelming!  The entire process can be confusing and shocking and the initial outlay of expenses can be scary.  However, once we got beyond those hurdles, and we made the decision to participate in the showcase after being selected , we were very excited! The instructors were top notch.  My daughter's experience was fun and exciting and gave her the opportunity to learn about her area of interest but also the opportunity to perform.  The regional showcase landed her a spot as new talent with a Regional Agency in Ohio and KY.

If you are a skeptic, I would highly encourage you to listen closely to what these directors have to say.  The talent selected to attend IPOP from our region was top notch. The Directors ability to scout talent after years in this industry is spot on.  Attending IPOP was the best decision we made. We felt very blessed with the amount of exposure we received from the industry people who attended, but even if we hadn't been quite so fortunate, the cost of attending is well worth it.  As a parent, you are  paying to educate yourself about the industry and paying for your child to experience the industry.  It was crazy exciting but also downright fun!   I was amazed with the spirit of the event- all those beautiful and talented kids, each and every one with the same goal,  but yet supportive of each other and forging friendships that will last beyond that moment.

The IPOP Directors and Administrators were wonderful and run a stellar event. They were friendly, helpful, always available, and genuinely concerned about the children always  "having fun and displaying your talent to your potential."

My advice to any parent new to the JRP Showcase experience is this: As a parent you need to do your job- talk with your child, educate yourself, be willing to invest in the experience, know your responsibilities,  and when it's time, let the directors and industry folks do their jobs instructing your kids so they can live their dream.

Kudos to our IPOP Directors.

Diane A.

Daughter of Sarah A., IPOP LA 2012 #2602
Top Teen Model of the Year


Welcome to the world of John Robert Powers, a company that has been around for more than 80 years. Thousands of people have come through our doors, some interested only in feeling more secure when they had to speak in public, others with their eyes fixed on the distant hope of Stardom. Some came to improve their self-confidence with training in what used to be called "the Social Graces", and others signed wanting to learn more about theatrical and commercial acting.

Becoming a successful model or a respected actor is a lot of hard work, patience, persistence... and luck.

The good news is that as you train at John Robert Powers, you will learn that the Entertainment Industry is much larger than you know. Given the right training, many satisfying opportunities and unique careers are accessible to you. Some of those opportunities are right in your own backyard.

The courses available at John Robert Powers are designed to supplement your regular education, to help you develop the skills that are useful no matter what kind of career you choose.


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