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    Erik McKay

    Erik McKay's persistent approach to his career certainly paid off when he landed the lead role of Detective Al Barden in the nonunion feature filmAsbury Forever.

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    Actors Effectively Exploiting Social Networks

    Online social networks have become a modern medium for everyone to sell their wares with the least amount of cost for the most return.

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    The A-List, Credit Problems

    The ethical dilemma with pay-to-meet "workshops" is that actors are being charged by potential employers or business partners for meetings. It's like bribery.

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    James Dickson

    Dickson was going through an acting dry spell and starting to lose hope about his career, when a phone call came from Shaun Duffy, a casting director at Billy Dowd.

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    Ryan Satterfield...Got the Part

    "I decided to really take my acting career seriously, so I resubscribed with BackStage.com," says Ryan Satterfield. That night, he found a casting notice for a music video, "Hey 14."

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    TV's Top 20 Casting Directors - Part Three

    The hard work and dedication of the casting director is oftentimes overlooked when credit is given for a successful show. Not so inRoss Reports.

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    The Literate Letter

    Even though the agents, managers, casting directors, etc., you correspond with understand that you're trying to get work as an actor, not a copy editor or an 8th-grade English teacher, it is still important to make sure your writing is error-free.

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    Louis Patane

    Switching careers midway through life may be difficult, but after 30 years in city government, Louis Patane decided to become an actor.

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    Manager Bruce Smith on Getting 'Repped'

    OmniPop Talent's Bruce Smith, who reps Maria Bamford and Oscar Nuñez, gives advice on how to find a manager that fits your needs.

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    Stephen Tobolowsky Talks Life on a Press Tour

    Stephen Tobolowsky talks promotional brass tacks in support of his “Dangerous Animals Club,” from Simon & Schuster