Michelle Keegan delivers drama masterclass at school where her lookalike brother is assistant headteacher
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She's an undeniable force in the acting world, and now Michelle Keegan has used her years of acting experience to help inspire others with a drama masterclass.
The former Coronation Street star, who previously teased a brand new project, appeared at her lookalike brother Andrew's sixth-form Altrincham College, where he is the assistant headteacher and delivered the workshop to a group of drama students.
The group individually delivered a 2-minute monologue each to special guest Michelle, with the brunette beauty providing feedback after being left impressed with the standard of talent.
They then were able to have a Q&A with Michelle, 33, and quizzed her on her acting roles over the years.
One student asked Michelle how she prepares for her television roles, to which she responded: "When I start a new job, I still get nervous, but confidence comes with time."
Michelle summed up her experience in a statement which read: "I was delighted to have the pleasure of working with such wonderful young people at Altrincham College.
"Students were asked to perform a monologue which they had practised and rehearsed in their own time, for some students during a very busy time of GCSE assessments.
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"I was so impressed by the talent, confidence and passion for performance in room, it was incredible!
"All of the students were so confident that it was almost impossible to provide critique. If I had been a casting director, I would have signed them all up.
"It was interesting to see individual interpretation of each play and watch how the students used their vocal and physical skills to make their performance believable," she expressed.
The Our Girl actress went on to praise the staff and students for welcoming her and listening to her share her experiences in the acting profession.
She continued: "The staff and students were so friendly and welcoming and asked me a lot of questions about my route into the industry and the vast opportunities available in drama and performing arts.
"I shared my experiences and was able to give my own personal advice. The best advice that I can give to students is to never worry about what other people think, you will always question whether you are good enough for a role and worry that someone else is better.
"It's a normal feeling and means that you feel challenged. That means you will perform better, have the confidence and go for it!," Michelle said.
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