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    Why Being a Non-Conformist Is Essential To Acting

    Being a non-conformist is not about you putting something on top of who you already are. It’s allowing your essential nature to come forward.

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    How To Find Your Type and Book Work

    Carolyne Barry shares practical steps to finding your acting type and booking more work.

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    How To Prevent Your Child From Being Over-Coached

    Casting directors want real kids. The problem is that many young actors are over-coached. Parents, read on for some tips to help you help your child get the casting director’s attention and win the audition!

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    How To Get Discovered

    If you clicked on this article in hopes of actually finding the answer to immediate stardom, you may want to take a good look at yourself and why you are still trying to reach for this unattainable fantasy.

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    How To Succeed Between Bookings

    As actors, unless you are in a Broadway show or are a regular on television series, you work from time to time, perhaps a week in a film, a day on a commercial, six weeks in a play.

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    Do You Have a Hidden Acting Agenda?

    A Hidden Acting Agenda is a new term to describe an old phenomenon. These agendas - formed when you, the actor - hide some behavior, attitude or trait because they were the source of criticism or embarrassment in the past.

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    10 Sacrifices an Actor Makes

    If you’re lucky, you can earn a very good living at acting. But there are also some sacrifices that an actor makes as she pursues a career.

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    How To Choose Happiness Today

    Every major star out there started somewhere….at the very beginning. Success may sometimes seem like a long, hard and tedious road to travel. But it’s not an impossible one. Enjoy the journey!

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    8 Tips For Raising a Child Actor

    I believe they have their child’s best interests at heart, but with lack of education in the business, a parent can derail their child before they even get started.

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    6 Books Every Actor Should Have on the Shelf

    Between my Kindle and my bedside table, I have perused and read far too many books to list in one article. However, I’d like to recommend six “must haves” for aspiring and working actors alike.