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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.

  • Advice

    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.

  • Advice

    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.

  • Advice

    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!

  • Advice

    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.

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    How To Spend Your Money As An Actor

    Don’t allow yourself to make excuses that because of money, you can’t progress in your career. Have you ever noticed that when you truly, truly need something, you find a way to do it? Invest in YOU. You are worth it!