Why You Need A Website

      In this day and age everything is online and everyone knows how to find it. Literally, anything from information about your height and weight to what you ate for breakfast (if you run a very personal blog, I guess…) is able to be found online and the more successful you become, the more people …

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But Do I Need A Business Card?

     Something that has made me laugh whenever I see them, is business cards for actors. In today’s current society, where the internet is so free to use and so readily accessible, it has seemed sort of silly to me that some acting coaches, managers, agents, or even actors themselves insist on having business cards for …

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Doing It Yourself

     Much like a piece of furniture from Ikea, and acting career is hard to build on. I would liken auditioning in Hollywood to building an Ikea rolling chair with a rocking back, and extending legs, with no instructions at all. Do you think that it would be easier to start with this chair that I …

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So You Got Cut…

      As an actor you know what hard work it is to be cast in a project. All of the auditions, driving from one place to the other, and finally you get the call from your agents that you booked the job. It is exciting and what you work for! When you are on set …

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A Word On Auditioning

      “Auditioning is an opportunity to practice,” is one of my favorite quotes about auditions said by David Walton in an interview for Backstage in 2014. I love this quote because I find a sense of comfort in it. When I go into the audition room, I always like to take a minute and really …

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Apply Yourself!

     One of the easiest and most important things to do in the industry is to apply yourself. I’m not only talking about doing your own hard work in your life, acting classes, or jobs that you book, what I am mostly referring to is applying yourself to audition for work online… things that your agent …

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A Common Question

     An extremely common question that newer actors have about the industry (which is something that isn’t exclusive to new actors, by any means) is whether they should have an agent, a manager, both, or sometimes neither… this is something that I sometimes think about too, and I finally decided to stop wondering and do some …

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The Waiting Room…

      Sitting in the waiting room for an audition used to be awkward for me when I was young. I wanted to go and talk to the other kids that were there auditioning for the same thing and yet the competitive beast of a young 13-year-old girl inside of me told me that they were …

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A Word On Acting Classes

     Acting Class is a place for you to try new things and feel free to fail completely miserably and get back up and try something else until you find something that does work. It is about learning and growing as an actor and a person! The only way to get better is to learn (and …

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Turning in On Time

      We all know that the number of self-tape auditions has continues to go up and up in recent months and since the past two years or so. Digital is totally in vogue and casting directors are even casting directly from tape these days. When you get a self-tape audition, one of the most important …

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