VIDEO – How to be your Talent Agent’s Dream Client

Agents Love Parents and Actors Who:

  • Are always REACHABLE within an hour by phone, text or email.
  • Within 2 hours (of an audition notice) confirm the date & time of auditions in the manner the agent has requested.
  • SAY THANK YOU to everyone! (In an email to your agent for a great audition, to the receptionist, to the session runner, etc)
  • Can find their own directions. Have a GPS.
  • Commit and stick to the audition time.
  • Arrive 15 minutes early to auditions!
  • Do not MISS auditions!
  • Get current photos & resumes uploaded promptly to casting sites, LA Casting, Actors Access etc.
  • Are kind and professional at all times. This includes the parking lot, audition room, lobby, and especially on-set. Anywhere you are in contact with other professionals or performers be polite.
  • Minors MUST bring WORK PERMIT & School work to set.
  • Renew WORK PERMITS on time.
  • Keep contracts and other important paper work handy and organized.
  • Prioritize staying available for their agent.
  • Emails instead of phone calling to get answers to simple questions.
  • Immediately let their agent know of any dates you are not available to audition. Vacations etc. This is called BOOKING OUT!
  • Know how to book and sign up for their own photo shoots, classes, etc.
  • STAY in ACTING CLASS so you are audition ready to book the job!

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Mae Ross Starting her professional career at the age of 10, with a 64 city tour of “The Music Man”, Ms. Mae Ross 3-2-1- Acting Studios’ Owner/Artistic Director was born to sing, dance, act, and model. It wasn’t long before she was full swing into a performing career that would take her from National Campaigns, roles on stage, film, and television to producing one of Hollywood’s finest young actors Talent Showcase. Yet her greatest passion in life was still ahead of her… Ms. Mae, as her students fondly call her, is most proud of her 20 years of working with children, teens and young adults to build greater confidence, discipline and to launch successful entertainment industry careers. “I love helping students reach their full potential.” In 2007 Ms. Mae opened 3-2-1- where she continues her life’s passion guiding young actors to develop and showcase their unique talent through her signature Showcase and Acting Career Program.

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