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Reaching for the Stars with Louis Lombardi

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Louis Lombardi is a veteran actor who has been in the entertainment industry for more than three decades. He is best known for his portrayal of Edgar Stiles, a computer systems analyst, in the hit television series, “24.” He is also praised for his recurring role as the New York federal agent, Skip Lipari on “The Sopranos,” which he talks about in this episode. Aside from acting, Louis spends his time sharing his stories of wins and adversities to various organizations across the country as a speaker. He also loves creating new recipes in his kitchen and has launched his own line of specialty foods, which will soon be part of his cookbook.

In today’s episode, we talked about:
How he has been hustling as an actor since he was 12 years old
How he believes that success is something that we must continually pursue—that it’s a never-ending journey
How he had to start making a living at a young age
How his friends and family didn’t believe that he would make it as an actor when he was starting out, but this only motivated him to work harder
How he grew up as a leader
How he auditioned for NYU Films and learned the ropes of film-making and acting for free through this opportunity
How his fifth-grade education never stopped him from reaching his goals
How he thinks of self-doubt as termites that break people’s houses down and how he never allows it in his home
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