Interview With Eric Hennig, One Of The Guests In The Hunger Games Convention
I’ve wanted to be an actor for as long as I can remember. I started acting in school plays when I was around six. When I was in 8th grade I auditioned for “Young Peoples Theater” and got the male lead in “The Homecoming”. I remember that feeling I got on stage and knew this is what I wanted to do. I started taking acting classes at the local college and remember having the time of my life.
After I graduated high school, I signed with a local agency called “Azalea” and began working locally. In my spare time, I continued taking classes and studying the craft. About a year later I signed with another agency in North Carolina.
My story might not be the fairy tale of getting scouted in the mall or something but I wouldn’t change a thing. My journey got me to where I am today and I have learned a lot. It may sound cheesy but you can do anything you want if you never give up! A great friend once told me “Rejection is Protection”.
I heard about “The Hunger Games” from my agent in North Carolina. At the time, I didn’t know anything about it. I knew right away it was something I wanted to be apart of! I remember reading the books and imagining what it would play like on screen. A month or so later I got a call to be a “Game Tech”. I remember feeling like I had just won the lottery.
It has been one of the best experiences of my life! The amount of support and appreciation for the film is un-believable! I’ve never seen such dedicated fans. I remember the first fan letter I got from the movie and I couldn’t believe how sweet and kind it was. I’ve never felt so much support and love before. I’m truly blessed to be apart of this family and get to share the journey with all of you.
3. Can you tell us about the projects you are currently working on?
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For more updates about his upcoming appearances, follow Eric’s Twitter account – @EricHennig.