From the monthly archives:

March 2009

Don’t Wait On Los Angeles

by Noah ApplebaumMarch 30, 2009

Irony. We’ve saved our pennies working our degrading jobs, packed our lives into our cars and set out on a great adventure to Los Angeles to pursue that dream of working in entertainment. We unload all of our belongings into a friend’s cheap apartment and crash on a couch until we get our feet set [...]

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How To Jumpstart Your Career As A Working Actor

by Teresa ReillyMarch 25, 2009

So you’ve done it!  You’ve decided you want to be a professional actor.  Congratulations!  Welcome to one of the most exciting, challenging, creative, and crazy industries in existence!  Now, do you want the good news or the bad news first?  Right, here’s the bad news: it’s not easy to be an actor.  You’ve got to [...]

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Getting Acting Gigs By Sneaking In The Backdoor

by Noah ApplebaumMarch 23, 2009

So you’ve moved to L.A. and now it’s time to implement phase two of the plan: get discovered by some chance occurrence while serving a big time director his or her organic fruit smoothee with all natural granola at your unavoidable “day job.”  Simple, right?  My advice to you: put down the apron and pick [...]

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9 Tips For Audition Success

by Jeremy GladenMarch 6, 2009

Perhaps you’ve already mastered a technique and you get every part you audition for or at least a call back or perhaps you keep wondering why you never get a phone call after the first attempt.  There are many ways to approach an audition, but no matter what the role, always be yourself.  Never lose [...]

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8 Steps For Finding The Right Representation For You

by Jeremy GladenMarch 6, 2009

In my course of trying to get a good agent or manager I’ve found that professionalism is key. It is almost vital to make sure you are prepared in all aspects.  You need to make yourself accessible for anything and everything.  I’m still trying to learn how to balance my regular source of income job [...]

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