IMTA alum Dalton James is pictured in this week's Entertainment Weekly! The cover story about Katherine Hiegl mentions her first feature film My Father The Hero which co-starred Dalton James! Katherine played Dalton's young love interest in the classic comedy!
Dalton competed at IMTA twice in the early nineties and enjoyed a successful television career that included a recurring role as Mark Reece on 90210, as Hank Bennett on the soap Passions, as Robert Ulrich's son Dylan Hawkins in the TV series Crossroads, and in McGyver. He also starred in the movie Encino Man and Held Up. Dalton retired from acting a few years ago and enjoys golfing and spending time with his children. Be sure to catch an encore showing of Encino Man June 7 on TMC! Here is an except of an interview with Dalton:
What advice would you give to someone who wants to be an actor?
Dalton: Believe in yourself, your dreams and have faith. You will find your destiny. It lies within your hands and your imagination.
How has your life changed since the IMTA Convention?
Dalton: IMTA introduced me to some of the most important people in my life. IMTA is something so special. It's given so many actors the opportunity to find the road to their success and happiness. It's a wonderful place to find out if you have what it takes to be a part of this business. Whether you win or lose, try your best and you will succeed. IMTA helps you find out if you have what it takes to be a part of this business.