There is an aura of bullshit that surrounds this business but there IS a legitimate path to becoming an actor.
It's not about getting an agent, it's about getting the RIGHT agent. Here's what that means and how you can get one.
Headshots are an important marketing tool along with a resume and demo reel. What are the things headshots accomplish?
Yes, you are on my school's page but training IS important. There is a LOT you do not know about acting when getting started.
You've booked your first job... so what do you need to know about contracts, working on set, and doing the job?
Work is rarely frequent and there is a LOT of down time between jobs. What do you do while waiting to book work?