An actor’s bio is simply a summary of your career.
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If you are ready to get on the radar of the casting directors and are willing to do what it takes, read on and take action.
Success and happiness come to us when we remove our egos and focus on our effort and to do the work
Here are some tips to boost your confidence as an actor!
Being confident in improvisation is essential for all actors!
It depends on many different factors, and the decision has to be up to you, but here are some pros and cons to help you decide.
You’re making contacts, you’re applying for roles, and you have an agent… But you never hear back, right?
If you’re not where you want to be yet, it’s because your mind hasn’t reached that place.
So many of us turn to the go-to survival jobs for actors: waiting tables, temp office work, promo work, nannying.
As artists, it’s your job to be in touch with your emotions, but it doesn’t have to dictate your life.
There are so many talented actors out there, can you honestly say you are doing everything you can to further your career?
This industry is hard enough as it is without actors criticizing each other and questioning each others choices and motivations.
Here’s 3 Questions That Will Help You Decide If You Need New Headshots
Learning to be in control of your own mind gives you freedom.
What is your character’s relationship to any objects, places and events?
Remember to play to your strengths as an actor. You don’t need a fancy camera, or the latest editing program – you just have to work really really hard…
When you hire someone to do something for you — an artist, a skilled worker, or anyone for that matter — what they do is what you get.
Whenever we put ourselves out there, we open ourselves up to haters but is that a good enough reason to put us off doing what we love? No!
Your job as an actor is to move your audience and allow them to enter into the fantasy world that you have created.
There are so many monologues out there. How do you know which one to choose?