Memorizing lines is tough. But, acting those lines out can be even tougher. For example, what if the scene you are auditioning for is a fight scene and all of the dialogue is mixed with punches, tackling or using weapons? How do you approach the scene?
Actors have to pay for head shots, travel to meetings to find a talent agent, a manager, and still have to pay for acting classes. But what if I told you there is a way to learn how to become an actor without paying for acting classes?
A recent interview with voice over agents, Cynthia McLean and Brooke Barnett, who specializes in representing animation/interactive actors, discussed how an aspiring voice over actor could get involved in the film industry.
Recently, the SAG-AFTRA Foundation sat down with some of Hollywood’s biggest talent agents. In the process, talent agents shared how they find their actors, what they look for and how they operate within the wider industry to keep their clients working.