Marci Liroff

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    How Is Your 2016 Going?

    Producer and casting director Marci Liroff knows that making goals is easy—but staying on track to accomplish them can be difficult.

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    Protecting Your Child Actor on Set

    Producer and casting director Marci Liroff looks into the issue of nudity for child performers and finds that California has protective legislation—but does your home state?

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    Harnessing the Negative Voice Inside for Positive Results

    Producer and casting director Marci Liroff speaks to Peter Mackenzie (ABC’s “Black-ish”) about steering clear of the Acting Police and working out the net of excuses.

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    Trust Your Instincts If a Meeting Feels Weird

    Producer and casting director Marci Liroff wants you to know that the casting couch process is still alive in the industry—but thanks to some vigilance and social media, it may no longer be thriving.

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    Are These Thoughts Poisoning Your Abilities?

    Producer and casting director Marci Liroff wants you to stop thinking and saying these words and phrases, because you’re only hurting yourself.

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    Why You Should Think Before You Tweet

    Producer and casting director Marci Liroff got into an awkward Twitter conversation the other week, and it served as an excellent reminder that some people leave their manners out of social media.

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    Why You Have to Relax Sometimes

    Producer and casting director Marci Liroff can have trouble unplugging and stepping back from her many projects—but she still finds ways to recharge and renew her inspiration.

  • Advice

    1 Reason to Think Before You Leap Onto a Project

    Producer and casting director Marci Liroff understands that just because you own a camera and have an idea, that doesn’t make you a filmmaker. So start doing your research about the people making indie films before signing on.

  • Advice

    Stop Saying No in Auditions

    Producer, acting coach, and casting director Marci Liroff wants actors to stop saying no to bold choices in the room and start embracing the unexpected.

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    Being Funny Is More Than Timing

    Producer and casting director Marci Liroff doesn’t understand her coaching students who think that being a comedian is a matter of mere jokes.