I've heard that people with ASD is better off not sharing an intense interest with someone else. I guess they mean that when you do that you are asked to do things never want to do in order to be a part of a group.There is always something to learn, a learning curve... Anyone involved in a hobby that involves doing/creating something will likely want to learn more and practice more... As per what @Gerald Wilgus said
And if you think you might enjoy acting, look for opportunities, there is lots of community theatre out there, get involved...
On the other hand, people say so much about autism and some even contradict eachother.
But how can we bee good at acting if ASD makes us bad at body language and prosody? Or is that just a stereotype?
But sometimes I wonder if acting mihht be easier for many of us as we think a lot about body language and prosody. And then many of the actors are very personal on stage and we can be good at that, I guess.
Actors dont really speak like normal people anyway (except for some modern actors, I think)