James Franco

James Franco

James Franco’s Next Role: College Professor

Imagine walking into your first day of classes next semester at New York University‘s Tisch School of the Arts and seeing one of the most attractive actors alive today, James Franco, standing at your class podium. Well, for 12 lucky third-year graduate students at NYU, this dream will be a reality.

It was recently announced that Franco, who is also studying for his MFA in film production from NYU, will be teaching a class on adapting poetry into short films.

“He’s here to teach because he really knows something about directing that the can share with our students,” said John Tintori, chair of the graduate film program. “He’s incredibly prolific, and that comes from a real work ethic – and that’s another thing to impart to our students.”

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James Franco Got a “D” in Acting Class

Young, smart and attractive James Franco is one of the popular actors of our generation. He is probably best known for his role as Harry Osborn in the Spider-Man films and also starred in Whatever It Takes, Pineapple Express, and Eat Pray Love.

Franco attended high school in Palo Alto, California. After he graduated from high school, Franco attended UCLA where he had planned to study English. However, Franco quickly decided that acting was his true calling.

Unfortunately for Franco, he earned a “D” in his acting class.

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James Franco’s Education Background

James Franco is an American actor who was born on April 19, 1978. James first reached international fame in 2002 when he portrayed Harry Osborn in the Spider-Man films. In his newest movie “Eat Pray Love,” James will be co-starring with Julia Roberts. We’ve taken a look back at James’ educational background and his movie career up to this point.james franco

James was born in Palo Alto, California. He attended Palo Alto High School and graduated in 1996. His senior class voted him as the “Best Smile,” something that came in handy when he started his acting career a few years later. After college, James enrolled at UCLA. He planned to study English. However, after his freshman year, James decided to terminate his educational pursuits in favor of pursuing a professional career as an actor.

James’ first acting experience was in “Freaks and Geeks,” a short-lived television show about high school life that premiered in 1999. In 2001, James starred in the TV biopic “James Dean;” this performance earned him a Golden Globe Award and nominations for an Emmy Award and a Screen Actors Guild Award. Read the rest of this entry »


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