The Role Isn’t An Exact Fit… Should You Still Submit?

3307566What should you have settled before your move to LA? The role isn’t an exact fit… Should you still submit? 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 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 Actors around the globe all using her Technique. She’s also an Award Winning Actress, Director and Writer currently with 91 IMDB credits and was the CEO – Personal Manager of Gold-Levin Talent for 9 years.

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If I don’t fit the part exactly, can I still submit?

The problem with submitting when the part isn’t exactly right for you as described is that they won’t call you in when there is the right part for you. You don’t want to appear like you don’t know where you fit. Know how the industry sees you – know who is working in the industry that is your type. Get educated with all that is Television and Film.

 

I’m planning to move to LA some time this year and I was wondering what I need to do beforehand? I’m from Alberta, Canada.

A lot of money! I would say, at least 3 years worth. The first year is development – getting your package, training and team together. The second year is building your resume. The third year is making sure your time is devoted to booking big jobs. Get on my business site for actors and learn the technique and make sure your package matches your talent by doing all the assignments and listening to all the podcasts http://tltaccess.com

 

Hello! I’m currently fifteen years old, and was wondering how I should start acting. Should I do community theatre or/and what else? Thanks so much!

Find out where the film schools are near you and start booking them for experience, credits and footage for your reel. Get into a strong acting class to build your emotional instrument and learn my BOOKING TECHNIQUE online https://vimeo.com/ondemand/thelyndontechnique

 

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