The RAW team has decades of acting, writing, directing and producing experience. Many have been celebrated for their accomplishments in these fields. In addition, every RAW facilitator is practicing what it means to live an authentic life and they are well steeped in powerful transformational training (Landmark, MITT, Radical Honesty, Life Coaching, etc.) and deeply entrenched in acting, writing and directing techniques, having studied with master teachers along the way.
It’s important to us that we share this with you so that you understand that there is no hierarchy at RAW. We are a collective of actors, writers, directors, producers, and life coaches driven by unbridled enthusiasm when it comes to ensuring that each person's voice will be heard!
These unique traits and the RAW Flow™ tools and techniques we utilize, allow us to quickly establish authenticity in the room. As a result, participants experience a new level of trust in their facilitators and most importantly in themselves. At RAW, we believe that this is the first step to becoming a fully self-expressed human being.
Founder / Master Teacher
RAW acting studio founder GUY CAMILLERI has taught acting, both in classes and as a one-on-one coach, for more than 15 years. He has worked intensively with performers of every level, from those just starting out to Oscar-, Emmy-, and Golden Globe-nominees. His students regularly appear in major films, television shows, and stage productions in the U.S. and throughout the world.
Guy studied for seven years at the The Gene Frankel Theatre in New York City, working directly with the legendary Frankel, who himself worked alongside such theater giants as Lee Strasberg and Sanford Meisner. Guy embraces Gene’s motto: "The best of theatre is not just real. It is a flight into reality. It is the real taken and stretched to an artistic pinnacle."
In addition to his commitment to RAW, Guy has performed in countless films, TV shows, and major ad campaigns, with credits ranging from the indie hit Electrick Children to such network series as House. He has appeared on stage in New York, Los Angeles, and regionally, earning plaudits for his lead role in the L.A. premiere of Ira Lewis' classic Chinese Coffee, among others.
EVAN M. WIENER
EVAN M. WIENER's extensive writing covers screen, stage, and media. For co-writing the film Monogamy (world premiere at the Tribeca Film Festival), he was nominated for the Independent Spirit Award. His play Captors made its world premiere on the main stage of the Tony Award-winning Huntington Theatre Company; a subsequent production received a grant from the National Endowment for the Arts. Other scripting includes the thriller Big Sky, starring Kyra Sedgwick and Frank Grillo, which trended on Netflix; the TV pilot The Fence, optioned by Fox TV Studios; and multiple projects currently in development.
Collaborators have included Oscar-nominee Dana Adam Shapiro, legendary Kids director Larry Clark, and Venom screenwriter Scott Rosenberg.
Wiener's profiles and film criticism have appeared in such publications as Spin and Time Out New York. He was educated at Columbia University, where he double-majored in English and film studies and graduated Phi Beta Kappa/magna cum laude, winning the Seymour Brick Memorial Prize for Drama.
He is writer-in-residence at RAW acting studio.
HO-JUNG (pronounced ho-joon) made her film debut opposite Samuel L. Jackson and Kerry Washington in Lakeview Terrace. She has since appeared in a range of films, from acclaimed Argentinian filmmaker Alejandro Chomski’s indie A Beautiful Line to Peter Segal’s studio reboot of Get Smart. Her TV credits include Gang Related, Protect and Serve, The Gilmore Girls, and recurring roles in My Generation, Talk Show with Spike Feresten, and the Moscow-shot Love without Borders.
Ho Jung was born in Seoul, South Korea and raised in Honolulu, Hawaii, starting out in
fashion and fine arts before a chance meeting with legendary acting teacher/director Gene
Frankel turned her toward performing. Her teachers in Los Angeles have included Milton
Katselas, Sharon Chatten, Catlin Adams, and Guy Camilleri (at RAW).
On stage, Ho-Jung recently starred in and produced Jean Cocteau's play The Human Voice at the L.A.’s Elephant Theatre, earning raves for what is widely considered one of the most difficult one-person monologues in the theater.
She is a member of SAG-AFTRA and AEA.