To be an actor, it becomes less about headshots and workshops and more about self-love, growth, love of the craft, love of fellow actors and passion.
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You just booked a job. Now it’s time to think… How do you keep the job? But, just as important…How do you get rehired for the NEXT job?
With these, your general happiness will improve and, with a certain amount of luck, your chances of enjoying a long, successful career will skyrocket.
An actor may make a slight or extreme transformation in order to get into character, but he is always conscious of the fact that he is acting. He never gets “lost.”
Here’s a quick rundown of the most important features that make up a great headshot.
“While I still use speaking Chinese and accents as part of my repertoire, I look…
This guide is meant to be provide you with end-to-end advice, with the results ensuring you a great experience and results from your actor headshot session.
Is there a way to make income, save money, and be an actor all at the same time?
It’s time to give yourself the very best shot at being the phenomenal performer you are destined to be.
When your get headshots, no matter how experienced they are, nobody knows what they’re doing when it comes to your personal preference.
Here are the components that will help you to succeed not only as a performer, but also in life.
Here’s how you can use those words to elevate your acting career to a level that benefits your life on a number of levels.
Here’s what you need to know about auditioning and marketing strategies to be a successful voice over actor!
Here are a few ways you can get the most from your acting class!
There is so much power in tapping into improvisation and every actor should try improv – be it theatre, games, or film.
“With each show, I find myself more concerned with bringing details to my performance that have less to do with nudity…” – Adam Davenport
Here’s the question you should be asking: Can the photographer bring out both my commercial essence and my theatrical essence?
What you must not do, under any circumstances, is allow yourself to think for a second that this means the end of your acting career.
It’s not only about the end destination. It’s about having something to reach for.
An actor’s creativity may stem from some form of trauma or abuse, but out of this rough earth, a rose garden can bloom.