Vicki Abelson’s “Women Who Write” writer’s salon, invites Patrick Kilpatrick as guest speaker. Kilpatrick, actor, writer, director is LIVE at the Writer’s Salon.
Kilpatrick discusses the release of his new memoir, DYING FOR LIVING: The Sins & Confessions of a Hollywood Villain & Libertine Patriot.
As a veteran of the entertainment industry, Kilpatrick has been global teacher to hundreds of writers and producers. He has taught at the University level (University of Wisconsin, Hampton-Sydney College).
He has also partnered with Los Angeles Film School, Master Classes – New York Film Academy, private coaching and in studio groups.
His transformational coaching and mentorship has occupied many time frames, diverse venues – compressed formats and week-long class seminars.
His “Deliver The Goods! Four Hours to A-list Elevation” w/ Patrick Kilpatrick is a methodology process. It’s actually all been quantified and synthesized into one curriculum, ONE METHODOLOGY – not one offered in any film school or any acting program anywhere. It is the basis of the Uncommon Dialogue Films Entertainment Warrior Program – a swift, concise program conceived, founded & initiated by Patrick Kilpatrick – a veteran of 170 films and TV shows – from Broadway to the West End of London to Steven Spielberg’s MINORITY REPORT to James Cameron’s DARK ANGEL to the largest Production in the History ROANOAK. It comes from a legend of 35 years as lead actor, screenwriter, international producer & director, author, & global acting teacher to hundreds of actors. It’s about your destiny on set.
Vicki Abelson’s WOMEN WHO WRITE (and the men who serve us) is a collective instructional, entertaining and informational event for those who aspire to be writers and delve into the entertainment industry. For the past nine + years, Vicki has been presenting the crème de la crème of the music and literary worlds at her celebrity-driven literary salon, “Vicki Abelson Presents: Readings for Women Who Write”.
Bestselling author, performer, producer, promoter, and talk show host, Vicki Abelson, thrice appeared on Saturday Night Live, co-starred in a pilot for Comedy Central, and optioned a music reality show to Telepictures.