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The Art of Booking - Part II with Shandon Youngclaus

The Art of Booking - Part II

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The Art of Booking - Part I with Shandon Youngclaus

The Art of Booking - Part I

THE INS AND OUTS OF THE AUDITION ROOM

 

 

Interview with Talent Manager Anna Lewkowska

ACTORS FOR LUNCH

Amy Lyndon

The talented actor, the motivated artist and how to be both!!!

 


 

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5 Self-Confidence Tips From a Hollywood Celebrity Acting Coach

Love this article by Thai Nguyen wrote using my Guidelines and applying them to life!

 

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Interview with Audrey Helps Actors

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An Interview with Audrey Helps Actors

Don't Be Stupid a.k.a. Things You Need To Know

It has always amazed me how much actors don't know what is on television.

BOOKING IS A SEPARATE BEAST!
In all the years that I have been working as an actor, I cannot recall ever completely duplicating my audition during a shoot. Inevitably something gets changed. So much so sometimes I think to myself, "This is so different from my audition, why did they even pick me?" The answer is simple. ...
Some Principles To Booking
Before I begin to touch on some important Principles to Booking, I need you all to understand that there are many reasons why an actor doesn’t book. Most of the time, it has nothing to do with your talent, it has everything to do with your approach. Seriously, if I could tell you the exact quotient to booking, then I would be on my yacht sailing around the Bahamas. But you can bet from my years of experience, there are some definite principles. By practicing these few, should help you with your booking ratio. ...
No One Likes an Entitled Actor
I don’t know if many of you know this, but I owned and operated Gold-Levin Talent for nine years. During that time, not only did I learn the business from a personal management perspective, but it also gave me a sense about artists and their understanding of the business. One of my biggest pet peeves was an artist’s feeling of entitlement. ...
The Nature of the Beast
On my way back from an audition last week it occurred to me that I spent the better part of my 20s and 30s uttering the phrase, “It’s not fair.” I was so busy looking at the success of other actors that I didn’t realize that it was actually chipping away at my confidence and self-esteem. ...
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