Thursday, October 29, 2015

Talent and Experience Helps In Your Acting Career (part 2 of 2)

If you don’t get the part, try to find work as an extra as this will give you a better understanding of how shows and movies are made. You may even get the chance to talk to the actors and actresses present so they can give you a few tips and pointers which you can use.

When you are ready, find out when there is an audition or casting call taking place. You can also get this through the web. Some of these charge people a fee just to look at the listings so before you pay a dime, find out if this site is really worth value for your money.

Part of being an actor is joining the union. This depends of course on which media you are specializing in so you could sign up with the Screen Actor’s Guild or the American Federation of Television and Radio Artists.

Being a member will help you land a job whenever there is an opening and make sure you are paid correctly for the skills that you have provided.

Talent alone will not always guarantee that you get the part when you go for an audition. This is because most casting directors also look at your work experience.

If you want to a successful acting career, don’t jump in with your head first and expect to be a star overnight. You have to be patient just like an infant learning to walk for the first time. Be open minded and be willing to learn because being successful in this craft never ends.

You may not get this from reading books but by playing different roles and talking to those in the business.

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