No matter what acting medium you chose to pursue, understanding the type of characters you are able to play is a must in order to excel in the entertainment industry. This will give you a solid idea of which opportunities to go for and how to present yourself at auditions. It’s important to define your character types early on, even if you plan to expand your range by straying from your chosen path at a later point in your career.
If you’ve landed an agency contract or have any type of modeling or acting deal in the works, it’s important to understand a thing or two about how they work before you sign on the bottom line. Otherwise, you may end up putting yourself in a situation you’ll eventually regret and one from which it is difficult to break free of. Here are five problems you can avoid before your name is in permanent ink.
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.
Sex and the City is back with a new series! “And Just Like That” will premiere on HBO Max, though casting teams are now calling for actors to film upcoming scenes for a two day shoot. […]
An upcoming table read is currently casting for a few different types of actors. Whether you’re an experienced actor or not, this NYC area opportunity is […]
As can entertainer, you’re pretty busy – and that’s probably an understatement. You want to make sure you stay in great shape, but you feel as if you have zero time. What can you do despite the craziness of your schedule? Here are some simple fitness tips for entertainers.
Signing a contract with a modeling agency is an especially exciting moment for any model just getting started in the industry. If you’ve reached this point – congratulations! You’ve just taken a significant step in your career, and it’s a moment you’ll remember forever.
We recently surpassed a year’s anniversary since the World Health Organization (WHO) declared COVID-19 a global pandemic and the word “coronavirus” became a term forever etched in our memory.