Feedback series featuring the quirky MELINA CHADBOURNE

Screen Shot 2017-03-22 at 6.09.28 PMThe best self-tapers get the gig!

Self-taping is more important than it has ever been before. Don’t blow your opportunity – the quality of your self-tape could be the difference between booking the role and being passed over.

We want Cast It Talent members of all acting levels to be synonymous throughout the industry with excellent quality self-tapes!

That is where Feedback comes in.

Send in your self-tape or demo reel and a Casting Pro (currently working on a studio feature film or television series) will provide you with a number score (1-5, 5 being the best) and a critique of your self tape.  What are you waiting for?!

You know we love hearing your success stories. In the third installment of our weekly series, check out Melina Chadbourne’s demo reel, along with the Feedback she received from a Casting professional currently working for ABC TV, CBS TV, Paramount, and Universal Television.

Want exposure to the decision-makers in Hollywood? Want to be promoted on the Cast It Talent Blog and on our social media pages (Facebook and Twitter)?

Let everyone know you’ve got the chops and see how your skills stack up – Submit to Feedback HERE and you could be our next featured actor!

On a scale of 1-5 they rated her acting a: 5
And they had the following notes for her: LOVED that reel! You are such a pleasure to watch. You bring a fun quirky element to all your characters. Really great job. Can’t wait to see more from you !

 

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