Actor Services

Digital Copies Of Your Work

Are you appearing on an upcoming TV show and need a High-Definition (HD) digital copy for your Demo Reel, Facebook page or Website?

Do you need a clean, crisp version of a past show or film you’ve appeared in?

Let us know! We can record your appearance of a current show in HD or get a copy of a past show or film in HD.

The costs are:

1/2 Hour Show – 10$
1 Hour Show or Film – $20

Need Editing? If you want your scene(s) edited, that’s an additional $10 for 1 scene. $15 for up to 3 scenes.

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Promote Your TV/Film/Web Series/Play or Musical

Show everyone you are working and get noticed by thousands of people!

Every Monday, a post will go up featuring Daily Actor readers appearing in that weeks upcoming television shows, films, web series or theater productions.

The post will include your headshot, information about the appearance and a link to your IMDB, Actors Access or Now Casting page or personal website.

There is a cost of $2.50 (Highway robbery, I know!)

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 Testimonials

“I’d like to shout out a kudos to Lance Carter @ DailyActor.com! As we’re all too aware, timing is everything – and we don’t want to waste it waiting around for clips of our work to update our demo’s. I found out on a Sunday afternoon that an MOW I was appearing was about to air. I serendipitously found Daily Actor & Lance said it’d be ‘no problem’. He did an excellent, timely job and now my agents can’t tell me my demo’s a bit dated! :)
- Richard Keats, Actor & Acting Coach – RichardKeats.com

 

 

Lance has been amazing! He made getting a copy of my Young & The Restless role super easy and simple. I just emailed him the air date (emailed him the wrong air date first) and he emailed me back a link with the footage. Easiest way to get footage for your reel. I will for sure be doing more business with him in the future. Thanks again!Stevie Nelson

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