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    one-day guest star but warns me that there's only

    one-day guest star but warns me that there's only $1,500 in the budget for it, I'll take a moment and analyze the situation. This is when career advancement becomes a factor. Is the director someone John should meet? Will the credit look good on his résumé? Should ...

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    Fewer Options for SAG

    SAG negotiators were back at it with the studios and networks Thursday, a day after AFTRA reached its tentative deal with the AMPTP.

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    Gilbert Hopes SAG Returns with Open Mind

    SAG president Alan Rosenberg's immediate predecessor applauded the AFTRA agreement Wednesday and hopes its terms aren't rejected by SAG.

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    An Attitude of Gratitude

    One thing will immediately make a huge difference in your career: a positive attitude.

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    Showcases can be tiresome, but not when they're

    Showcases can be tiresome, but not when they're presented by faux industry insider Beverly Winwood (Cathy Shambley). Bev's creator, casting director Tony Sepulveda, brings her back with Beverly Winwood Presents Her 2nd Annual Actor's Showcase. Groundlings alumni such as Paul Reubens, Phil Lamarr, Melissa McCarthy, Mindy Sterling ...

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    Letters

    In our Jan. 10 issue, actor-comedian Willie Macc asked readers if he should keep or lose his Afro.

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    Members of Actors' Equity Association are invited

    Members of Actors' Equity Association are invited to attend the union's annual meeting Fri., April 11, at which candidates for Equity Council will make statements, and suggestions for upcoming contract negotiations will be solicited.

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    book REVIEW

    by Patricia Fletcher

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    Got It Down Cold

    Few things strike fear into the hearts of actors the way cold readings do.

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    Last month I admitted to having a mild case of

    Last month I admitted to having a mild case of bitter actor syndrome. Fortunately, I have fully recovered from that minor setback, and April was a month of putting focus on my work and keeping my acting chops sharp.