Criminal Minds Casting Director Scott David talks about actor’s being unprepared, how we can find our “type” and Beckinfield!
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Emma Stone on dropping out of High School: “Had I graduated I would’ve missed [Superbad], and had I missed that opportunity I wouldn’t be here right now”
In the next two months, Emma Stone will appear in a whopping three films: Friends with Benefits (July 22), Crazy Stupid Love (July 29) and The Help (August 12).
It’s easy to fall into the trap that the more people you meet, the more opportunities you’ll have. But that’s just not true. It’s not about who you know in this town. It’s about who knows you.
Sending a ‘Thank You’ card not only acknowledges that you are thankful for being given the opportunity to audition, but also reminds the casting director of your name and face
Scared to pick up the phone to call a casting director, agent or producer? Dallas Travers has some great tips to get rid of those jitters!
Rather than focus solely on snagging auditions, Dallas Travers wants you to focus on building relationships. That way, you can replace auditions with offers.
Neely Gurman is someone every actor should know. She casts union and non-union projects, always tries to get her work-shoppers into her auditions and has tremendous knowledge of the business.
When casting director Debra Zane brought in the little-known actor Michael Shannon to tape an audition for “Revolutionary Road,” she pulled out all the stops.
Ever since I moved to LA, I’ve always been told never to put your phone…