Some of the best acting training happens on the stage, but it’s film and TV work that can keep an actor’s career diverse. Switching between mediums, however, can prove a daunting task for those who have never been on a set. Preparation is imperative to delivering the best performance for the camera.
In a 25-person casting session, there are only five people who are truly competing for the job. This was the opinion of a group of casting directors with whom Craig Wallace recently spoke. What do the five know that the other 20 don’t?
Whether you are just getting started in the entertainment industry, or you are a seasoned talent with great training and credits on your resume, here are 5 things every actor needs to land theatrical representation.
The most important thing to remember when auditioning for any role is that only one person will get it. That one person could be you. If you are lazy and don't understand the principles of competition and hard work, don't expect miracles.
So many people want to break in as film actors, but few take the time to fully research the right way to present and market themselves. Here's Raindance's special to-do list of how 'not-to' make an actor' showreel.