Today, we are interviewing Florida native Horace Wren, also known as Horse Wren. He plays the lead role ‘El Caballo' in ‘Lit Atlanta' Crime Drama show.
Please tell us something about yourself.
I have always had an entrepreneur mindset. Since the age of 6, I began having basement parties at my grandmother's. I learned this from my mother, who enjoyed having people over at her apartment, partying, and she would charge them. She also would provide food and drinks with the price of admission.
This was how she would supplement the rent and have extra money. This is where first-hand accounts started that entertainment was a way to provide for your family.
How did you get into what you do right now? Please tell us more about your journey?
I started out in 2008, and after watching the making of the band, I said to myself that I would like to get involved in it. Creating filmed projects and helping show the progression needed for someone to make it in the entertainment industries.
Who are your role models?
My grandmother is my role model in terms of having the strength to do what she set out to accomplish. That is how I am and will remain.
What inspires you?
I am inspired by people actually doing what they say. Truthful talks of fruition are all that is needed in this pursuit of success.
Please tell us about what you do.
First and foremost, I would like to give a professional congrats to Andrea, the founder of Andreas Talent Management, for this opportunity.
I started out as a party promoter, and it changed as my first film, “The Street Fame Project,” was receiving such notoriety during its initial release. I purchased my nightclub called The H.O.H (House Of Horse), which is where my first brick and mortar building business would catapult me further. Becoming a business owner was the most significant achievement for me at that time.
What's your most memorable experience?
My most memorable experience would have to be seeing the many spin-off ideas from just one idea and watching The Street Fame projects develop. Even to this day.
Which social media channels work best for promoting your work? What exactly do you do on the social media channel that makes it work for you?
I would have to say Instagram is now the best marketing tool around. Connecting and building an organic fan base is time-consuming.
What's your greatest fear?
Not having my work and time on this earth pleasing to God is my only fear
Looking back, what's one thing you wish you understood better before you ever got started?
Looking back on things, going first with my mind would have served my goals better.
What are the strategies that helped you become successful in your journey?
My strategy is not working with anyone that lies (even once) or does not accomplish what they say they can do. When they say they can do it as well.
What keeps you going when things get tough?
God, family, and my vision.
Any message for our readers.
I do not give advice, I prefer to show you with each step in my career.