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ABOUT the coach

Passionate About Inspiring Others...

IronE's unusual name depicts his life story, his ability to play strong, multidimensional characters and has made him a memorable actor in both film and television.

IronE Singleton

Born and raised in Atlanta, GA, IronE's story embodies everything we have come to understand about the lives of many inner-city youth growing up in low-income housing projects. Fatherless and having lost his mother to HIV/AIDS when he was a senior in high school and watched his brother spend most of his life in Georgia’s penal system, IronE fought to have a life far different from the one he knew growing up.


The “irony” of his story is that, while all the odds were stacked against him, IronE Singleton still overcame his troubled childhood to attend the University of Georgia (UGA) on academic and football scholarships where he completed a double major in Theatre and Speech Communications and served as president of the Black Theatrical Ensemble. IronE went on to serve for many years as an Emcee/crowd entertainer, working with large scale events such as the Essence Music Festival, NASCAR, The Atlanta Braves, The Atlanta Hawks, The Little League World Series, to name a few, becoming a consummate inspirational and motivational speaker. IronE has captivated audiences of all ages, small and large with his message of truth and love.  His speaking engagements have ranged from venues both private and public and have included public schools, churches, conventions, universities and more.  With over 20 years acting experience in film, tv and theatre productions, IronE has a wealth of knowledge and experience to share with clients/students of ISA.


Prior to breaking into film and television, in addition to his participation in many stage productions, IronE wrote, directed and starred in his first feature-length indie comedy, "White Man Black Man Jew Man" as well as his critically acclaimed one-man stage production, “IronE . . . The Resurrected”, now entitled "Blindsided by the Walking Dead" which has garnered rave reviews. IronE has had many notable projects to follow, including completion/publication of an autobiography, "Blindsided by the Walking Dead", production of his first album Hip-Hopcrisy and single entitled "We Are the Walking Dead". For more information regarding IronE, visit


IronE has been featured on CNN Newsroom with Don Lemon, CBS Better Mornings, Current TV’s “Say Anything” with Joy Behar, Fox Business News with Stuart Varney, Australia's Studio 10 and featured on the cover of numerous magazines including A&U Magazine and Entertainment Weekly. In addition, he has participated in live broadcasts with an endless list of major radio stations throughout the world.


IronE has worked alongside Sandra Bullock, Nicholas Cage, Denzel Washington, Jon Bernthal, Andrew Lincoln, Norman Reedus, Nev Campbell, Ice Cube and many other Hollywood names while traveling the world sharing his story, and he looks forward to sharing his dynamic acting experiences with students of ISA. 


Catch IronE in the upcoming Disney feature film, Safety, as “Coach Butch Hassey” and The Underground Railroad as “Mack”.

About ISA

IronE School of the Arts (ISA) aims to promote healthy opportunities for intense expression in the arts and aims to inspire students/clients to be active learners and well-rounded performing artists. We believe transparency is the key to effective communication and self-expression. The mission of ISA is to provide students/clients with a performing arts program that is intellectually stimulating, emotionally compelling and personally relevant with a strong emphasis on truth, purpose, respect for self/others, and love for humanity/nature. ISA offers acting classes acting workshops, private coaching, audition taping, voice-over services, and headshot photography and videography services.


TRUTH & LOVE - Having a high level of respect for and understanding of self while acknowledging oneness with humanity/nature.

ACTING -  A form of expression through which one displays a connectedness with emotions/senses and others. 


Acting with truth and love allows us to achieve sincere character development and convey a high level of believability to our audience.


All the world’s a stage, and all the men and women merely players. ~ William Shakespeare - 1599'

LIFE is ACTING is LIFE. ~ IronE Singleton - 2018


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