Actor emails for seeking auditions, representation, or announcements of career updates are newly being blocked by email Big Boys like Yahoo. Gmail will soon follow. Actor emails, with multiple recipients, don’t survive the electronic journey to intended recipients. 512 more words
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The most awesome thing happened in my Intro to Theatre Arts Class today.
We were in our drama circle, and I was debriefing an exercise we did two days ago where one person sat in a chair and was told that if she left the room, her family would die. 460 more words
Your e-mails seeking audition appointments may be ignored, or deleted based on your e-mail address.
The target recipient—whether it be a casting director, a talent representative, director, producer, or any entertainment colleague—potentially evaluates your professional skills based on your e-mail address. 771 more words
James Rebhorn, who recently passed, was the actor audiences recognized instantly on the screen whether in hit television shows including “Homeland” as Claire Danes’ father, or as Rebhorn (Jimmy to his friends) would often humorously quip, “That guy in the suit” in countless smash films including “Scent of a Woman,” “Independence Day” and countless luminous titles. 231 more words
Voice over work is a fast growing section of the acting industry and a potentially valuable additional income stream for professional actors. If you have already trained as an actor then the chances are that you will be able to monetize your vocal talent. 348 more words