FBF – Should YOU Submit To A Worldwide Talent Search?

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In honor of our current Talent Search for the new Warner Brothers/DC Entertainment TV Show, Titans, we bring you an Ask Amy Flash Back Friday Blog Post!

SUBMIT TO THE SEARCH HERE

 

Should YOU submit to a Worldwide Casting Call? What does Casting think if you submit the incorrect media to their office? 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.

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I accidentally only included my slate in my first submission. If I submit my demo reel again will the Casting Office see it? Will they think I am desperate and submitting a bunch of times? It does not look professional on my end.

That’s why you guys need to slow your roll down and think it through. You can never do a “take back” or a “do over.” Chalk that one up to a lesson learned. Sorry. It sucks, but you’re sure to not do it again. There will be a ton more opportunities along the way to do it right.
Hi Amy
I’m a 11 year old actress but the problem is even though I have taken many acting classes and been in many plays I feel like no one will give me a chance now I don’t want to sound like a expert actress but I feel I know my craft and I have had good feedback from the public how do I get an opportunity to show I know acting please get back to me soon Thanks, Monica

Unfortunately Monica, great acting is never enough. How is anyone going to find you if you’re not out there auditioning and building fans and a following? You also have to learn how to write the right resume and build an online acting package. If you don’t have the right tools to represent you, no one is going to want to audition you or sign you. Get a demo reel together. Check out http://ilooklikemyself.com and get going. Call the office and let me help you compete at the top of your game.

 

What is the point of submitting to a Talent Search if I have a better chance of winning the lottery than getting the part??

Stop thinking about the result – stay in the process and continue to get better while enjoying the experience. If you love what you do, then you will keep doing it for you, not for anyone else. Take back your career and share your talent with the world, one project at a time. Please try to remain positive and keep filling up that funnel. The parts and offers will be there for you at the right time, when you are ready to receive them.

 

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