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Should YOU Follow Up With A Casting Director?

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Each week Amy answers your questions here! Do you need acting technique tips or career advice? Send them here: AskAmyLyndon@gmail.com. Amy Lyndon is a Celebrity Booking Coach, CEO and Author of “The Lyndon Technique: The 15 Guideline Map To Booking.” She has 40+ Series Regulars, an Emmy Winner, an Imagen Award Winner and 1000’s of Working […]

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Joanna Colbert and Annie Burgstede Present TRUST: What Makes an Actor Get the Part?

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Joanna Colbert began her career as an assistant to Juliet Taylor in New York City where she worked on a number of Woody Allen films. In 1994, under the mentorship of Taylor, Colbert conducted a nationwide search which resulted in the casting of Kirsten Dunst in her role in Neil Jordan’s Interview with a Vampire. […]

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Amy Answers Questions On Casting Directors, Agents, and How to Get Your Foot in The Door!

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How do you get your foot in the door when no one knows you? Where can you find a good agent? Amy answers these questions and more on this week’s Ask Amy! Each week Amy answers your questions here! Do you need acting technique tips or career advice? Send them here:AskAmyLyndon@gmail.com. Amy Lyndon is a […]

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Know Your Casting, But Be Bold!

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It is commonly accepted in Hollywood that an actor should know their casting.  That means that if you are dark and swarthy, have shifty eyes, and a rat-like nose, you probably shouldn’t be trying out for Elsa in the live action version of Frozen.   The reason that this advice is given and why it […]

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Actors Radio Show: Cast It Talent Radio for October 20th 2015

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Segment Hosts: Rachel Frawley, Camille Licate, and Rick Zieff Actors Radio: Cast It Talent Radio comes to Cast It Talent: Featuring Kevin E. West! Actors Radio host Will Roberts brings you the best of the best of the film, theater, voice over, and entertainment industry each week.  This weekly actors radio show is an hour […]

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Actors Radio Show: Cast It Talent Radio for October 13th 2015

Radio host Will Roberts brings you the best of the best of the film, theater, voice over, and entertainment industry each week. This weekly actors radio show is an hour of acting related topics, including: acting tips, booking acting roles, what casting directors want from actors, how to audition as an actor, voice over, and anything related to the entertainment industry. We add to that, a big focus on the business of acting and how to be the most creative entertainer you can be.

Segment Hosts: Rachel Frawley, Camille Licate, and Rick Zieff Actors Radio: Cast It Talent Radio comes to Cast It Talent! Actors Radio host Will Roberts brings you the best of the best of the film, theater, voice over, and entertainment industry each week.  This weekly actors radio show is an hour of acting related topics, […]

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Cast It Talent August Showcase: Open For Submissions

Submit now to the August Cast It Talent Showcase!!

“I have the talent, the drive and the grit to be a successful actor, I just need to be noticed by the right people!” All actors have had this thought. A large percentage of becoming a working actor is just getting your face out there, and getting noticed by the RIGHT people at the right time. […]

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Stand out in the best possible way

It’s about being the person that’s impossible to forget

When one, Wm. Shakespeare wrote “All the world’s a stage,” the internet wasn’t even yet a shadow of a thought of an idea. It was a simpler world, in many ways—particularly for an actor. Show up to the theater, audition for a role, impress the right people, and presto, you’re on stage declaiming cunningly crafted […]

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Flash Back Friday – Auditioning: Artistic Advice

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Editor: As Episodic season starts, we thought we’d jog your memory as to how to get ready to deliver the best possible audition.  Don’t miss your chance to be the Right Actor for the Right Job.  Follow Adam Lazarre-White’s advice.  LA Actors are lucky enough to be able to take his class here in Hollywood. […]

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