Tag Archives: Agents

Amy Talks Constructive Criticism And How To Market Yourself As An Actor


Who’s Feedback should you value the most? Is your Agent doing their job? 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+ […]


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


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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Does Your Child Have What it takes to be a Professional Actor?


Bonnie Wallace is the author of  THE HOLLYWOOD PARENTS GUIDE, an accurate, experience-based tested information on every step needed to give your child the best possible opportunity to make it in Hollywood. Bonnie includes wisdom, inspiration, and resources to help you on your own journey and even help you decide if this dream is right […]


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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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CIT Flashback Friday: The Do’s and Don’ts of Meet and Greets

Three People at Casting Call

To honor Flashback Friday, we are opening the Cast It Talent vault and bringing back some great articles from the past. These do’s and don’ts of meet and greets are essential for any actor to make a good impression. If you are searching for an agent, meet and greets and open calls are necessary evils we […]


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CIT Flashback Friday – Booking a Job Without an Agent

Our Cast It Talent Flashback Friday article is one that is useful to any working actor without representation–How to book a job without an agent. Even with a team of agents, managers, and lawyers, booking an acting job is no easy task. Your reps submit you for projects, which hopefully lead to auditions; you then […]


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FBF – What Your Agent Does For You


Many actors are unclear as to exactly what they can expect of their agents.  Let’s go back into the vault for a refresher. Getting an agent is the hard part, right? (see Doing the Impossible: Getting an Agent ) You spend ages sending your pictures and resumes to every agent listed, you ask casting directors, […]


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Destination: Hollywood – Part 2

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Continuing our Hollywood Story from Part 1 Representation is Key  Whether moving to Hollywood as an established actor like West, or in the early stages of a career like Knai, getting the paperwork approved is not an insurmountable task, according to casting director Carla Hool.  “I’ve seen a lot of actors who get their paperwork,” […]


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The Truth About Pilot Season

Working in television isn’t what it used to be...

It’s that time of year again – pilot season. The time when dozens upon dozens of pilots get the greenlight and immediately begin casting. In true traditional fashion, the big networks (NBC, CW, ABC, CBS, and Fox) all order their pilots at around the same time which results in Hollywood being thrown into chaotic turmoil. […]


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10 Tips on Filming Your Own Audition


Let’s be honest. Unless you have a professional studio in your apartment and all your friends are cinematographers, self-taped auditions are the uncontested worst. They difficult to film, almost never look as intended, and generally only serve to highlight the ungainly and poorly lit shanty you generously call your home. At least that is how […]


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