Kissing Scenes, First Impressions, and more on Ask Amy!

Poster WebHow can I put my best foot forward when meeting a Casting Director? How do I approach an on-screen kissing session? 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:

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I know that first impressions are very important in this business. Is there anything that I can do as an actor to show the casting director that I am professional and easy to work with, right off the bat?

Your job is to be pleasant and to show the casting director how amazing you are as a talent. After you show them your fabulousness then they will want to get to know you.


Hello my name is Miossottys Mora, I would like to know if through Cast It Talent, I can find an agent who can help me in my career I’m in baby steps. Thanks. 

Cast It Talent is there to help you grow as an actor and to expand your resume when you book jobs through their casting notices. It is your responsibility to have all the tools necessary to entice an agent and/or manager to represent you after you have it all together.


I have to kiss another actor in a short film I am acting in. I’ve never done an on-screen kiss, and I’m terrified. Also, I don’t find my kissing partner particularly pleasant to be around. Help!!

First of all, it is your prerogative whether or not you want to do anything when you are hired for a film. However, if you knew going in that you would need to do that and accepted the job, then it is your job to follow through. With that said, it’s your character kissing your fellow actor, not you. So pucker up and let your character enjoy the ride.


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