Apply Now

4 Ways to Avoid Problems with Your Agent

If you want to avoid problems with your agent, don’t ask any questions for which the response is obvious.  For example, if you are a 20-year-old female, don’t ask the agent if they are well-versed in working with your demographic.  The answer is likely ‘yes’, and that is precisely why they’re interested in you.  Even if it’s a ‘no’,  would that really change anything?  Agents don’t have to represent every demographic to have knowledge about what they need to do to work with you. 


3 Myths About Transitioning from TV to Film

Another myth about making the transition is that there is little change to the dialogue piece.  The length of dialogue per scene is much shorter in television than in film and the rhythm is quicker.  If looking to evolve from being a TV star to film work, it will be essential for the actor to slow their speech a bit and be able to consume more lines of dialogue.


5 Key Elements of Every Successful Audition

If you have an audition coming up – congratulations!  This should be a moment of celebration. However, there is likely so much running through your mind preparing to give a successful audition that it can make it difficult to see it as such.  What monologue should you use?  How should you dress? 


3 Habits of A-list Actors

Getting started in acting requires dedication, determination, and effective time management skills.  If you want to get ahead, it’s best to have some tangible ways to get there in your back pocket.  Knowing what works and what doesn’t will help you get busy moving your career forward without wasting too much energy or resources.  Here are three habits of the most successful actors.


5 Simple Ways to Get Your Stand-up Career Off the Ground

It can be tough to get your comedy career off the ground, but it’s all about staying motivated and advocating for yourself, while finding a niche for your jokes.  You’ll want to follow these five easy tips to ensure your standing out as a stand-up comedian.


How to Avoid Overacting: 4 Tips for Success

You’ve landed the role of a lifetime, memorized all of your lines, and you’re super excited to get started. This excitement is, of course, a good thing. But it can also easily translate into overacting. All of that practicing in front of a mirror can look very different in front of a camera, which tends to amplify every gesture you make.


4 Tips for Mastering the Nonverbal Side of Acting

More than half of an actor’s job is actively listening to others who are speaking on set. This means remembering to act even when you’re not reciting dialogue, this is the nonverbal side of acting. Many different camera angles are used in filming a production, and audiences will continue to focus on anything in the frame.


3 Tips for Building Your Social Media Brand

It’s more important now than ever before to build your brand on social media if you want to make it big. In fact, many influencers garner fame overnight by employing just the right strategy to position themselves for success. But you’ll need to know how to handle your social the right way. It’s easy to get everything set up and have it be a total flop. Here are three tips for getting started.

Page 1 of 1612345...10...Last »

Filter Results