Get me a talent agent!

Get me a talent agent!

That’s what a young man wrote to me a few days ago. Here below you will find my answer to his…request.
The young man’s name I have changed. So let’s just call him…Roger.

It doesn’t work that way Roger. It’s not that easy.

You are asking someone to get you an agent and you haven’t even introduced yourself!
I have no idea who you are, what you look like, what kind if any, acting skills and experience you have, where you live. I haven’t seen any of your acting work, don’t know if you have taken any classes. I know nothing.
If this is your strategy, to try and get people to introduce you to an agent in this way, you are going down the wrong road. It’s not a winning strategy at all.
No one actor who is intelligent will introduce you to an agent if they have no idea who you are and above all, if they have never seen your work as an actor. Why would they? They risk putting their credibility and integrity on the line for someone they don’t even know.

Just imagine if the actor who you ask to introduce you has built a good relationship with his agent over the years, introduces another actor to their agent and that other actor turns out to be a flop. What do you think the agent will think? It doesn’t make sense and no one will do that for you Roger. No actor who is intelligent would take that risk. If you find that concept difficult to understand, just try and put yourself in their shoes. If you were an established actor, would you introduce someone you don’t even know to your agent?

If you really want an agent, then do it the right way and build from the ground up. Present yourself correctly. Tell who you are, what experience you have and show some videos of your work.

I might be wrong, but in my 9 years of experience helping actors get their acting careers started, I find that people who send messages like the one you sent to me “Get me an agent.”, usually have no experience at all, have never taken any acting classes and just want to be an actor, because they think it would be a cool thing to do and want to be famous. I hope that is not your case.

If you don’t like what I said and want to try the easy route anyway, then have a look at this page. It tells you all the steps on how to get an agent, but if you don’t have the basis, then it won’t work Roger. But…you can try.
http://www.actingcareerstartup.com/get-a-talent-agent.html

http://actingcareerquickstart.com/get-a-talent-agent.html

Starting an acting career and keeping it going is hard work. You need to be passionate and be willing to do what is necessary. If you don’t know what steps to take, then my Acting Career Quick Start Home-Study Course can help. It will walk you through all the steps. It will be like having a mentor, someone to help you who really wants you to succeed.

So, at this point if you have been trying to get your acting career started and what you are trying isn’t working, then you have two choices. Either continue to do what you have been doing or get someone to help you who knows what they are doing and can help you start getting auditions regularly and also acting jobs.

Good luck!

Tony

Acting Question: College and an acting career

HI BARBARA,

THANK YOU FOR WRITING TO ME AND FOR TRUSTING THAT I MIGHT BE ABLE TO HELP YOU OUT.

SEE MY COMMENTS AMIDST YOUR LETTER ALL WRITTEN IN CAPITALS.

Hi Tony!

I have a question for you, I hope you can help me with this because i’m really desperate and confused.

I’m 19. I graduated from High School in 2011 and currently i’m not attending any schools. I really want to start an acting career, it’s been my passion since I can remember! But right now, i’m pretty discouraged because i’m not sure about going to college.

There’s one place i’d like to apply for, but auditions are held only in the fall, and if I get accepted, I would start my freshman year in the fall of 2015! But if I don’t get accepted I would have to wait another year to audition and then another year to start!!! That means I would be starting college at 21 or 22… I was wondering if that’s too late to start college…

WHAT COMES TO MIND HERE IS NOT TO PUT ALL YOUR EGGS IN ONE BASKET. JUST LIKE WHEN YOU CONTACT TALENT AGENTS AND CASTING DIRECTORS, IF YOU HOPE TO GET RESPONSES, YOU NEED TO CONTACT SEVERAL. IN THE ACTING INDUSTRY FOR EXAMPLE (AND THIS FIGURE I’M ABOUT TO GIVE YOU IS VERY MUCH UNIVERSAL), YOU CAN EXPECT TO HEAR BACK FROM 5% OF THE PEOPLE YOU CONTACT. NOW WHILE THE RESPONSE RATE WHEN APPLYING TO UNIVERSITIES MIGHT NOT BE SO LOW, THE CONCEPT IS THE SAME. IN THE ACTING FIELD, THAT’S WHY MANY PEOPLE DON’T GET RESPONSES. THEY CONTACT ONE OR TWO AGENTS THEN SIT BACK AND WAIT. TO GET TWO AGENTS, I CONTACTED 45. TO BUILD A RELATIONSHIP WITH THREE CASTING DIRECTORS WHO CALLED ME IN REGULARLY FOR AUDITIONS, I CONTACTED 52.

SO WHERE AM I GOING WITH THIS? AS MUCH AS YOU MIGHT WANT TO GO THAT SPECIFIC SCHOOL, THERE MUST BE OTHERS THAT ARE GOOD AND THAT WILL FULFILL YOUR NEEDS. SEEK THEM OUT AND APPLY. MAYBE ONE WILL ACCEPT YOU AND YOU CAN AT LEAST START YOUR COLLEGE CAREER AND THEN MAYBE TRANSFER LATER TO THE OTHER SCHOOL THAT YOU SO MUCH WANT TO ATTEND.

AND NO. 21 OR 22 YEARS OLD IS NOT TOO LATE TO START COLLEGE. I STARTED AT 24 AND FINISHED MY MASTER’S AT 30! FOR ME, IF YOU WERE MY DAUGHTER, I WOULD SAY TO MAKE THE MOST OUT OF THESE EARLY YEARS. DON’T JUST DO NOTHING (NOT SAYING THAT YOU ARE). ALWAYS DO SOMETHING THAT WILL HELP YOU TO LEARN. GET A JOB THAT WILL HELP YOU TO LEARN SOMETHING YOU WILL NEED AND NOT JUST ONE TO MAKE MONEY.

Here’s the other thing. Right now, my family don’t have much money, so I need to get a job in order to pay for my classes, but if I get a full-time job, that leaves me absolutely no time to attend acting and singing classes.

THIS IS ONE OF THE NUMBER ONE PROBLEMS THAT ACTORS FACE. HERE AGAIN, GET A JOB THAT WILL HELP YOU LEARN. I DON’T KNOW WHERE YOU LIVE, BUT FOR EXAMPLE IF YOU LIVE IN NEW YORK OR LA OR IN ANY CITY WHERE THERE ARE TALENT AGENCIES AND CASTING OFFICES, YOU COULD TRY AND GET A JOB IN ONE OF THOSE OFFICES. THAT WAY YOU CAN WORK, LEARN AND MAKE SOME MONEY TO TAKE CLASSES. ANOTHER THING YOU COULD DO IS TRY AND SEE IF YOU CAN DO A WORK STUDY PROGRAM AT THE ACTING SCHOOL OF YOUR CHOICE. MY ACTING TEACHER HAD STUDENTS WORK FOR HER AND IN RETURN THEY TOOK CLASSES. IF YOU CAN STAY AT HOME WITH YOUR PARENTS, GET A PART-TIME JOB IN A CASTING OFFICE AND WORK A FEW HOURS A DAY IN AN ACTING STUDIO AND TAKE CLASSES, THAT WOULD BE PERFECT.

IF NOT, THEN IF YOU REALLY NEED MONEY, THERE IS SOMETHING ELSE YOU COULD CONSIDER, BUT IT WILL TAKE A WHILE TO SET UP BEFORE YOU START MAKING MONEY AND THAT’S TO SET UP A MONEY-MAKING WEBSITE ONLINE. HERE’S MORE ON THAT.

http://www.actingcareerstartup.com/how-to-start-acting.html

I would really appreciate your advice. Do you think i’m too old to start my acting career?

NO, I DON’T THINK YOU ARE TOO OLD. How can I get acting jobs or get some acting experience? THE ABSOLUTE BEST ADVICE I CAN GIVE YOU IS TO TAKE MY ACTING CAREER QUICK START HOME-STUDY COURSE BARBARA. IT IS SO COMPLETE WITH OVER 40 HOURS OF VIDEO THAT YOU CAN ACCESS ANYTIME YOU WANT. IF YOU CONSIDER THE COST WHICH IS $222 OVER A SIX MONTH PERIOD OR A MERE $149 TO GET THE ENTIRE PROGRAM ALL AT ONCE, IT WILL GIVE YOU A WEALTH OF INFORMATION ABOUT THIS CAREER IN ACTING YOU WOULD LIKE TO PURSUE AND PUT YOU ON THE FAST TRACK TO MAKING SOMETHING HAPPEN.

http://actingcareerquickstart.com/acting_career/2013/10/too-old-to-start-an-acting-career/

OTHERWISE IF YOU WANT TO TRY THIS YOU CAN,
http://www.actingcareerstartup.com/how_to_become_an_actor.html
BUT THIS IS QUITE DIFFERENT FROM HAVING SOMEONE WALK YOU THROUGH EVERYTHING STEP-BY-STEP AND BE ABLE TO SEE AND TALK TO THAT PERSON EVERY MONTH ON SKYPE AND HAVE THEM ANSWER YOUR QUESTIONS WHEN THEY POP UP.

Do you consider it is a MUST DO attending to college?
NO, BUT IF YOU WERE MY DAUGHTER I WOULD TELL YOU TO CONSIDER IT STRONGLY. ACTING IS A TOUGH BUSINESS AND ONLY VERY FEW REALLY MAKE IT. ONE OF THE MAIN REASONS THEY DON’T MAKE IT (AND WHEN I SAY MAKE IT, I MEAN JUST BEING ABLE TO MAKE A FULL-TIME LIVING FROM IT AND NOT BECOMING A STAR) IS BECAUSE THEY DON’T HAVE THE CHARACTER, THE PERSEVERANCE AND DRIVE NECESSARY. ANOTHER MAIN REASON THEY DON’T MAKE IT IS BECAUSE THE VAST MAJORITY DOESN’T TAKE TIME TO LEARN THE BUSINESS OF ACTING. THAT IN SOME WAYS CAN BE MORE IMPORTANT THAN JUST LEARNING HOW TO ACT, WHICH IS IMPORTANT, BUT IF YOU ARE A GOOD ACTOR AND DON’T KNOW HOW TO GET YOURSELF SEEN, THEN WHAT GOOD IS IT TO BE A GOOD ACTOR? RIGHT?

Or maybe is just enough taking some professional classes out of college?

FOR ME, WHAT’S IMPORTANT IS THAT YOU DO SOMETHING NOW. MAKE THE MOST OF THIS TIME AND MAKE YOUR CHOICES TODAY COUNT FOR SOMETHING TOMORROW. 

HERE’S THE LINK TO THE HOME-STUDY COURSE:
http://www.actingcareerquickstart.com/ACQSPresentation.html

Acting Career Question (S) and Testimonial

An acting career question (s) and some feedback from a brand new student the acting career quick start home-study course Here name is Darlene.

Hello Tony,

So I’m very excited that I joined your program. I just saw your 1st video
and I’m growing to trusting you more and I love the vast amount of
information you gave. You seriously kept it real!! I appreciate that a
lot. It did hurt to hear the part about the beginning years of acting (pay
rate wise), but I’m gonna keep pushing forward to my dream.

ACTING CAREER QUESTION 1

OK now to my questions, you mentioned about being surrounded by people who’ve
been working in acting, but I really don’t know anybody. I’m a young woman from
Harlem, New York and not many people here in the “hood” are thinking about the
acting world, but more so the hustling world. So what should? How do I
get connected to other actors?

I RECOMMEND GOING TO HANG OUT AT PLACES WHERE THERE ARE OTHER ACTORS. HERE ON THIS PAGE LINK, THERE ARE 26 PLACES WHERE YOU CAN FIND OTHER ACTORS: http://actingcareerquickstart.com/actor_hangouts.html

ACTING CAREER QUESTION 2

Second question, I just started taking classes on-camera commercial classes and in 2weeks we get to audition in front of 2 other casting directors. I’m in the process of getting my pics done, do you believe in character shots?
YOU NEED TWO HEADSHOTS AND A REALLY GOOD HEADSHOT PHOTOGRAPHER SHOULD KNOW THIS, IF THEY DON’T THEN STAY AWAY FROM THEM! YOU NEED A LEGIT SHOT AND A COMMERCIAL SHOT. THAT’S IT.
IN THE ACTING CAREER QUICK START COURSE YOU WILL GET SOME GREAT ADVICE ABOUT HOW TO CHOOSE THE BEST HEADSHOT PHOTOGRAPHER, HOW TO ENSURE YOU GET THE BEST SHOTS POSSIBLE AND QUESTIONS TO ASK YOUR HEADSHOT PHOTOGRAPHER BEFORE THE SHOOT TO MAKE SURE HE/SHE KNOWS WHAT THEY ARE DOING!

HERE IS A GREAT STORY ABOUT ONE OF MY STUDENTS IN THE HOME-STUDY COURSE. LOOK AT HER BEFORE AND AFTER PICTURES AND ABOVE ALL, WHAT SHE WAS ABLE TO DO ONCE SHE FINALLY REALIZED THE POWER OF GREAT HEADSHOTS:
http://actingcareerquickstart.com/actor_headshots.html

ACTING CAREER QUESTION 3

And how do I ace this audition? YOU NEED IMPROVISATIONAL TRAINING TO DO WELL IN COMMERCIAL AUDITIONS. YOU ALSO NEED TO BE ABLE TO READ COMMERCIAL COPY AND BE AS NATURAL AS YOU CAN, JUST LIKE AN EVERYDAY PERSON. WE TALK ABOUT THAT LATER IN THE COURSE AS WELL.

ACTING CAREER QUESTION 4

Also, should I get into SAG-AFTRA knowing I only have acting experience from my church.
NO. I DON’T RECOMMEND TRYING TO GET INTO SAG. YOU WOULD BE COMPETING WITH OTHER, SEASONED ACTORS AND THAT AUTOMATICALLY TAKES YOU OUT OF THE RUNNING FOR NON-UNION JOBS. IT’S CRAZY FOR YOU TO GET INTO SAG NOW WITH NO EXPERIENCE. IT MAKES NO SENSE. YOU HAVEN’T GOTTEN TO THAT PART OF THE COURSE YET. YOU WILL. BE PATIENT.
AGENTS AND UNION AFFILIATE IN THE USA AND IN DIFFERENT COUNTRIES AROUND THE WORLD IS HANDLED IN DEPTH IN THE HOME-STUDY COURSE. I TAKE YOU THROUGH ALL THE DO’S AND DON’TS WITH REGARD TO THE UNIONS, EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO KNOW.

ACTING CAREER QUESTION 5

Last question, I’m still working a 9am to 5pm job to payoff bills, past
school loans for business , current acting classes, what is your advice
for someone whose willing to commit to her dream, but knows she has to
take care of responsibilities and have not much support from my parents.

THIS IS A VERY IMPORTANT PART OF THE HOME-STUDY COURSE THAT YOU WILL GET INTO WITHIN JUST THE NEXT COUPLE OF WEEKS.
YOU NEED TO GET YOUR FINANCES TOGETHER DARLEEN. I RECOMMEND WORKING ON GETTING THAT SET UP AS WELL WHILE YOU ARE LEARNING THE REST OF THE THINGS IN THE COURSE AND TAKING CLASSES.

KEEP ON STUDYING THE BUSINESS OF ACTING DARLEEN. SO MANY PEOPLE BELIEVE THEY WILL JUST MAKE IT IF THEY GET A CHANCE. I STRESS THIS IN THE HOME-STUDY COURSE AS WELL. IF YOU REALLY WANT TO BE ABLE TO DEDICATE AS MUCH TIME AS POSSIBLE TO YOUR ACTING CAREER, THEN WORK ON GETTING YOUR FINANCES TOGETHER. IN THE COURSE WE WILL TALK ABOUT BUDGETING AND ALSO ABOUT SOME SPECIFIC THINGS YOU CAN DO TO START TO MAKE SOME PASSIVE INCOME OR TO USE ANY SKILLS YOU HAVE TO MAKE MONEY TO FUND YOUR CAREER ON YOUR OWN TIME AND ON YOUR OWN SCHEDULE.

YOU WILL SEE THAT ONCE YOU ARE REALLY INTO THE HEART OF THE COURSE, THAT YOU WILL HAVE ACCESS TO A LOT OF GREAT INFORMATION THAT WILL PROVIDE GREAT VALUE FOR YOU, BECAUSE YOU WILL KNOW HOW TO DO MANY MORE THINGS TO GET YOURSELF NOTICED THAN THE VAST MAJORITY OF ACTORS OUT THERE WHO HAVE NO CLUE (SORRY TO SAY THAT, BUT IT’S TRUE. LOT’S OF PEOPLE ARE LIVING FALSE DREAMS THAT WILL NEVER COME TRUE, SIMPLY BECAUSE THEY DON’T KNOW WHAT THEY ARE DOING. MANY THINK THEY DO, BUT THEY DON’T. IF THEY WOULD JUST STOP AND ASK THEMSELVES WHY THEY AREN’T GETTING ANYWHERE NAVIGATING ON THE INTERNET TO LOOK FOR AUDITIONS, OR TRY TO FIND SOMEONE TO INTRODUCE THEM TO AN AGENT AND THINGS LIKE THAT, THEY WOULD UNDERSTAND THAT THEY NEED TO DO SOMETHING DIFFERENT IF THEY WANT DIFFERENT RESULTS, SUCH AS…LEARN THE BUSINESS OF ACTING.) IT WILL MAKE ALL THE DIFFERENCE IN THE WORLD.

THAT’S THE MAIN REASON WHY I BUILT THE ACTING CAREER QUICK START HOME-STUDY COURSE. THE TRUTH IS, I WISH I HAD ACCESS TO THIS KIND OF INFORMATION AND STEP-BY-STEP INSTRUCTION WHEN I FIRST BECAME INTERESTED IN ACTING. I WOULD HAVE SAVED A LOT OF TIME, EVEN THOUGH I GOT VERY GOOD RESULTS.

KEEP DOING WHAT YOU ARE DOING DARLEEN AND YOU WILL BE FINE.

I HOPE I ANSWERED YOUR QUESTIONS. SEE YOU LATER THIS MONTH IN YOUR FIRST MONTHLY COACHING CALL.

Thanks,

TONY

Audition for acting jobs: Question: How to audition for acting jobs?

How to audition for acting jobs

Q & A with Tony: How to audition for acting jobs

Here is the question I received from a young man named John.

I was wondering, how can you tell that a agent or a audition is a scam?
Also, how can I enter a audition and access my inner objects and motivation on the spot?
Lastly, What do I do about physicality during an audition?

MY ANSWER

Hello John,

With regard to accessing your inner objects and knowing what physicality to use, you need to take acting classes that will help you with all that. The mere fact that you asked me that question tells me that you are not ready to audition.

Take acting classes first before you start trying to audition John. Trust me.
If you continue to pursue acting auditions without taking classes, thinking that someone will discover you and then everything will be ok, you are just alluding yourself. Think about this. Once you get an acting job, you have to be able to keep it. If the director has to tell you how to access your inner self and coach you on set to do what you should already know how to do, he will get upset with the casting director who cast you and he will get upset with you and you’ll get fired.

It’s a long journey, but one well worth the while if you are really into it. Here are one video I highly recommend you watching:

http://actingcareerquickstart.com/acting_career/2012/07/how-you-start-an-acting-career/

and this link for you to read:

http://www.actingcareerstartup.com/taking_acting_classes.html

You aren’t the only one to ever ask me this question. Many before you have asked similar questions. Now let me tell you what many will do after reading this answer. Many will go and look on the internet and try to find other people who will tell them what they want to know and then they will be happy and discard the information that I have given them. They might even find people who will tell them where they can audition, maybe even sell them stuff like audition website subscriptions, which I already know will be a complete waste of money. But for the moment they will be happy until they find out that what I said was true. One day then, maybe when it is too late, they will figure out that they needed to take classes after all. At that point usually too much time has passed by and they lost interest in acting.

Don’t let that happen to you. If you really love acting John, then go about it the right way. There are no short cuts.

Let me know if you have other questions.
http://www.actingcareerquickstart.com/ACQSPresentation.html

Tony
Fellow Actor
and Creator of
the first ever
Acting Career Quick Start
Home-Study Course

and someone who
genuinely wants to see
you happy doing
what you love: Acting

Start Acting at Juilliard or in an Acting Studio?

Start Acting at Juilliard or in an Acting Studio?

QUESTION:

Hi Tony,
I’m in my 30’s and want to start an acting career. My dilemma is whether to go to the prestigious Julliard School in New York for four years or to go to a studio, study acting there and look for acting work at the same time. With your experience in the industry and the websites you have built for new actors, I would really appreciate knowing what you think I should do.

MY ANSWER:

Hello Brad,

first of all, thank you for contacting me.

The question I have is, if you want to start acting at Juilliard, will you be able to study full-time without having to work to pay rent and eat? That is an important consideration.

Clearly, having a degree from Juilliard will open doors for you. It will get you recognition in the industry if you market yourself so as to take full advantage of that degree.

Going the other route is can also work for you, but the key to success in my opinion is really something else. It’s character James. It’s all going to come down to how much you really want this. I’m going to give you a couple of metaphors starting from far away from your situation and then bring it home.

Start acting at Juilliard or somewhere else: Metaphors

People create wonderful retail environments, beautiful stores, but they either are in the wrong locations or they don’t know how to market themselves. The moral: having a beautiful store is not worth much if you don’t know how to get traffic to it. The same goes for websites.
That’s one problem associated with stores and websites.
Another is that the people running them often don’t want to learn how to market and sell their products and services. Why? Because they are creative people. They have no desire whatsoever to worry about those things. And thus, the store owner spends his days decorating the store and worrying about displays that will make his store look great. The website owner spends his days making design adjustments and creating content. Neither has the desire nor the knowledge to do what it takes to get recognition, traffic, visitors, etc.
And so…once they finally realize that their businesses aren’t going anywhere, they close down. The website stays online, but goes stagnant.

Get the picture?

Start acting at Juilliard or somewhere else

If you really want to get work James, you don’t have to start acting at Julliard, but you could go the second route, get into a really good studio and look for jobs at the same time and make it work for you, but you will need to learn the business of acting. Yes, work on your craft, but ultimately what will make the difference is knowing how to get yourself recognized in the industry so that you get regular auditions and book regularly.

Have you seen The Acting Career Quick Start presentation page?
http://www.actingcareerquickstart.com/ACQSPresentation.html
If not, I invite you to have a look at it. James, you asked me a question and I want to give you an answer, not sell you the course. But on that page, you will see all the things listed that are in the course. With that I want to convey to you that those are the things you need to learn IN ADDITION TO great training in order to be able to drastically increase your chances of success in this very tough, very competitive business that is overly saturated with people who want to become actors. So, like I say, whether you get that information from me or from someone else, if you really want this James, you need to get it, know it and do it.
But before you do that, the most important thing is your motivation. You need to be driven like a race horse. This needs to be a mission for you, something that you desire more than anything else.

Start acting at Juilliard or somewhere else

Without that kind of motivation and even with a degree from Julliard, you risk having a beautiful store that gets little or no traffic, not enough sales to keep it open and that never ends up taking off. Or having a website that is beautiful, but that gets very few visitors. You risk being one of hundreds of thousands of actors who don’t get much if any acting work and have to end up changing careers, because they can’t make ends meet. Why? Because they don’t know the business.

The support you will need to wanting to start acting at Julliard or anywhere else is to learn the business.

I never tell people what to do James, but give them food for thought.
The decision is yours.

Good luck.

Tony
Fellow Actor
and Creator of
the first ever
Acting Career Quick Start
Home-Study Course

and someone who
genuinely wants to see
you happy doing
what you love: Acting

Should I take this acting program?

QUESTION: with regard to this specific acting program in LA.

I am 18,live in the UK and have applied to study Drama at
University in September. I have signed up to a company called XXX XXXXXXX (I’m hiding the name on purpose.) that helps actors from all over the world to come to LA, train at Stella Adler and audition in front of 30 of the best agents, plus much more. They have replied to me saying they are interested. Would you recommend to go ahead with a company like this? If so, I can always defer my entry at university.

ANSWER:

My advice is, that if that is your only plan to getting your career started, that you should go ahead with the university now. Before you choose a school, you should look around first.

Before you do that, you should understand some basic things about the acting business and know what it will mean for you. Things like this.

http://actingcareerquickstart.com/acting_career/2012/07/how-you-start-an-acting-career/

and this

http://www.actingcareerstartup.com/acting_video.html

I’ll also give you the first month’s module to my Acting Career Quick Start Home-Study Course:

http://www.actingcareerquickstart.com/Module_1_Free-Gift.html
If you haven’t taken the necessary steps to ensure that you are preparing to have a successful start to your acting career, then it’s a waste of time and money.
Either go to school. OR Make a serious commitment to do those three things you saw on the video link above to get your career started.

And if you really want to commit, then do this. It’s the fastest way I know to get started.
http://actingcareerquickstart.com/acting_career/2012/07/start-an-acting-careerr-quickly/

I hope this answers your question.

Tony
Actor, Author,
Seminar Leader,
Motivational Speaker,
Host
www.actingcareerstartup.com
info@actingcareerstartup.com

Did you pick up a copy of Tony’s book: Acting Career Start-Up: Four Key Factors For Success
www.actingcareerstartup.com/acting_career_start.html

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Best regards,
Tony
CEO,
actingcareerstartup.com