One of the most important things you need to know as an actor is what your casting type is.
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When you book the job, it means they like YOU, they wanted YOU, and YOU were the “solution” to their “problem.” Now, whats next?
In order to maximize your efficiency in booking roles, monitoring your figures is essential.
Having been to quite a few auditions & listened to a lot of Casting Directors, actress Sharon Spink has a list of etiquette rules when it comes to auditions.
Never wait for opportunities to come to you or for that one magic person to come and make your career.
This is not going to happen overnight but as part of your marketing strategy it can have a big impact on your career.
Other people will have their own beliefs and opinions, and do you know what? That’s fine.
Here are 6 guidelines that will help take the mystery out of launching your career
Gwyn Gilliss answers questions questions about agents, classes, headshots and more!
Not everyone likes to record them however, but as with anything, the more you practice, the more confident you will become with it.
Actor Tony Gibbons on the reason why you should love self-taped auditions.
Here are five tips to help you smash that next commercial audition.
Here’s what to do to pick yourself up again.
Keeping yourself prepared is one significant way to make sure that luck is on your side.
There is a crazy amount of actors out there, BUT THERE IS ONLY ONE YOU!
All you want is some encouragement. A simple “I believe in you” or even just a “well done” would mean the world.
Your headshot needs to capture you. Your unique personality and how you’re castable.
Your marketing materials are top quality and up to date. Now you need a winning cover letter to go with your application.
What’s the best advice for handling everything that comes with raising a child actor?
An actor’s bio is simply a summary of your career.