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Self-tape Auditions

A few years ago, a question popped into my head: How can I make my self-tape auditions really stand out? The answer came to me: make my auditions look like a scene from a movie! Completely different than what professionals tell you to do. In fact, it’s completely different from what professional casting directors do in their own offices/studios! We all know how they’re suppose Read More →

Casting Notice | Male Lead | Los Angeles

$100/One Day Shoot/Copy / IMBd Credit Role: Chuck Theodore | Role Type: Lead | Gender: Male | Age: 18-29 | Ethnicities: Any Ethnicity Chuck is a pessimistic Youtuber who criticizes anything and anyone who doesn’t see things his way. He has a huge following which continues to boost his ego to levels beyond annoying. His latest rant is about being acquitted for the Sarah Tigue Read More →

The Film Empire’s Brandon Waites

As I’ve said before, networking is still a bit of a challenge for me, which is why I love it when we get some great tips from networkers. Here we have Brandon Waites of The Film Empire and he’s got some great advice for us. I hope to be attending their Hollywood events very soon as I start to come out from behind the vocal Read More →

The New Hollywood Generation

Here at Tips for Actors, we like to post the occasional controversial topic to tickle the brains of our readers. When I first started in my journey to become an actor, I took many classes and workshops from industry professionals who taught most of the same things. Almost everyone had the same advice about how to “make it”. It’s all about the industry standards and Read More →

Learn from a” Top Networker in Hollywood”!

In my own pursuit to establish myself as a working actor, I’ve always felt that my biggest flaws were the skills I needed for networking. You know a good networker when you see one. They look sharp, they smile confidently, they always look excited to see new and familiar faces alike. They’re just “likable” from the get go. For a long time I just thought Read More →

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