Three actors have been replaced and another role is now being recast in the ABC sitcom, which stars Tim Allen and returns for its second season this fall.
Although I firmly believe that a solid actor can transcend all mediums, there are usually specific expectations for an on-camera audition that a number of you can use some reminders on.
You may be spending too much time trying to decipher what “they” want and not enough time crafting the best way that this role can be illuminated through your one-of-a-kind spirit!
Eden Sher offers some advice (and in typical Sue fashion, some encouragement) on what she's learned from playing Sue Heck on ABC's "The Middle" for five years.
I truly believe that everyone has a unique beauty. That being said, there are societal standards and realities for most on camera talent that you simply can’t ignore if you want to be in serious contention for the job!
Check out which new TV projects ABC, NBC, Fox, CBS, and the CW picked up for development this week.
Listed below are the casting offices for television studios and networks, including cable. Not every cable network has designated casting executives. With few exceptions, network and studio casting offices do not accept mail.
ABC's supernatural NYC apartment building is filled with zombies, Vanessa Williams, Terry Quinn, sex, and terrifyingly happy couples.
British actor Michael Socha brings realism to a fantastical world in "Once Upon a Time in Wonderland." The actor share what he's learned about creating real characters in unbelievable worlds.
As an actor, your health has an especially relevant impact on everything from your looks to your audition anxiety. You only get one body in this lifetime, and yet many people are more aware of their car breaking down than they are about themselves.