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    Tiltpod Gives You a Tripod Anywhere

    Any video you make of yourself has to look good. One thing that can help: Gomite's Tiltpod.

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    How Do You Deal with Rejection?

    "When I audition for something that I really want so badly and don't get it, I remind myself that this is show 'business', and rejection is part of it."

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    Be Here Now

    "One of the best-kept secrets of acting is... all actors lie to themselves and to others about how little they are truly in the moment." So says Los Angeles– based longtime director and teacher Richard Seyd.

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    Victoria Negri... Got the Part

    The idea of confronting a possessed murderer was not the most frightening part of Victoria Negri's audition. What terrified her was that it would consist of completely improvised scenes.

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    Animation Production Companies

    The following animation production companies are located in California and New York. The companies that accept voice-over demo submissions have indicated their preferred format.

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    Tamala Baldwin...Got the Part

    A combination of "owning" her skills and type and a supportive audition environment helped Tamala Baldwin get cast as one of the Dynamites, as well as the Pearl/Motormouth Maybelle understudy.

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    Headshot Heaven and Resume Reality

    More than anything, the hardest thing for you as an actor to do when it comes to headshots-beside learning how to choose one and use one-is to truly commit securely to the image looking back at you.

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    Don't Cheat Yourself or the IRS

    Every year, we are confronted by actors who either didn't know about or simply disregarded the advice to keep their receipts and records.

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    L.A. Noir

    It's the time of year we call hiatus. That means the networks have picked up their new shows and I'm just sitting around, waiting for casting to kick in.