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Uta Hagen's 9 Questions For Actors

Following on from yesterdays post I’ve had quite a few of you ask me what actually are ‘Uta Hagen’s 9 Questions’ As photographer who specialises in shooting headshots for actors I often take headshots of young and aspiring thespians, many of whom are still studying and constantly looking for way
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How to Find the Best Acting Coach, Voice Teacher, & Actor Friendly Bathroom

An actor reached out to me regarding an acting coach who touts prolifically online to his being “a Back Stage award-winning acting coach.” When researching the acting teacher’s credentials and professional history I discovered multiple empty resume pages on casting’s and representation’s go-to casting resource Breakdown Services. 873 more words

How To Become An Actor

Katherine Astbury

Nick Gregan is a fantastic photographer! His skill and experience are very apparent from the word go, and he really puts you at ease. He is passionate about what he does, and really helps you to get the right headshot for you; offering advice before, during and after your appointment! A trueRead more…

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How Actors Turn ‘No’ to ‘Yes’ from Casting & Talent Agents

A ‘No’ to actors from casting, talent representation, and entertainment industry gatekeepers is often a ‘Yes.’ But the actor deliberately–without self-awareness–rejects the gatekeeper’s silent ‘Yes’ by placing a roadblock in their own path before that ‘Yes’ roars towards them. 1,514 more words

How To Become An Actor

The Weekend Tip 10: Don't be afraid to look.

Thought:  How can you ignite the space between your character and the other one(s)?  What can you actively do to fall into a more fruitful chemistry with your co-actor(s)?  222 more words

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Agents. Auditions. Freak File. Flying phones. And a naked actor's self play...…

Naked auditioning actors? (Check.) A powerhouse casting director raging a “My Mr. Happy is bigger than yours” tirade with a big agency talent agent. (Double check.) A casting director’s phone tossed as a grenade? 204 more words

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Actors Headshots - Colour or Black & White?

This is an easy one to answer, back in the ‘good old days’ actors headshots were always b&w. The main reasons for this were the ease of production and the ability to keep the cost down to a reasonable level. 18 more words

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