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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.


“Ozark” Casting Call for Male & Female Actors

Actors and actresses are needed for the fourth and final season of Ozark. Casting directors and producers are looking for a few different background talent who are needed next week as well as a specific […]


Kevin Smith’s “Clerks III” Now Casting

Calling all nostalgic actors & Clerks fans, Kevin Smith is shooting another installment of “Clerks” and is casting males and females as photo doubles and various actors to portray roles like […]


3 Tips for Hiding Undereye Circles

It’s no secret – everyone has them. And nobody wants them. Undereye circles are an annoying part of being human. You probably feel like you’re constantly trying to conceal the evitable that pops up every morning whether or not you’ve gotten enough shuteye. If you’re not quite sure your efforts are paying off, you’re definitely not alone


Casting Actors for Chicago Fire’s 10th Season

Actors & fans alike can now be considered for roles in the next season of Chicago Fire! The casting needs vary, but women and men both are needed throughout the next number of […]


Self-Tapes for an Audition: Here’s 4 Tips for Practicing

Many times, casting directors will ask for a self-taped auditions from actors when posting available roles. A prerecorded audition allows the CD to quickly go through potential candidates and watch and rewatch submissions as needed. Self-tapes are becoming more and more popular as technology has become an integral piece of the audition process and practicing before finalizing a self-taped audition is key to getting follow-up call.


6 Tips for Creating a Stand-out Comp Card

It goes without saying – casting directors and agents receive thousands of comp cards, which makes it seem impossible to put together a spread that’s sure to get noticed. If you want to guarantee yours gets a second glance, it’s all about the photos you choose and the design that is used. Here are a few tips for creating the best comp card.

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