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    Why Actors Act Against Their Best Interest

    We all, at various detours of our journeys, pull ourselves into these destructive weigh-stations of negative reflection. Yet when that nagging inner-voice routes its phantom calling to our cranium, we sometimes have the tendency to wallow in the false comfort of empty self-pity.

  • Advice

    15 Ways to Be Happy in 2013

    In the tradition of New Year’s resolutions, here are a few things that might just make it a little easier, even a little more fun, as you create your practice.

  • Advice

    5 Rules For Recovering From Losing a Role

    In thinking about my experience of loss and recovery, I wanted to relate it to an actor’s experience in losing a role. Below are five rules of recovery.

  • Advice

    The Secret About Demo Reels That Nobody Told You

    The secret about demo reels. The SECRET. It just evokes an air of mystery, doesn’t it? But a secret is just a piece of information that YOU don’t know yet. So I’m gonna just spill it. And then you’ll know it and that will be that.

  • Advice

    The Secret to Guaranteed Success

    A most cherished holiday tradition has formed among my friends—my inner circle, my Mastermind group—in which we come together to talk about the year that has past and the year yet to come.

  • Advice

    Don’t Show Your Underwear At An Audition

    Let’s talk about your underwear for a sec. I know what you’re thinking. My underwear? Isn’t that a little personal? And what does it have to do with auditions anyway? How can this conversation possibly help my acting career?

  • Advice

    How Second-Guessing Yourself Can Hurt Your Craft

    Many actors spend too much time trying to “read the reviews." They wonder how their last audition went, what went wrong, and how the casting director, producer or director reacted. We all get occasional phone calls from actors who didn’t think they did well, and want to do it ...

  • News

    New Series for Fox, Nickelodeon Get Casting

    Krisha Bullock will cast the new "iCarly" and "Victorious" crossover series "Sam & Cat," while Scott Muller will cast new Fox animated comedy "Murder Police."

  • Advice

    Calleri Casting CDs Explain Their Process

    Casting directors James Calleri, Paul Davis, and Erica Jensen of Calleri Casting on starting their casting careers, auditioning for film, TV, and theater, and being inspired by actors.

  • Advice

    Calleri Casting Looks to Actors for Answers

    Casting directors James Calleri, Paul Davis, and Erica Jensen of Calleri Casting on auditions, résumés, and what makes a good CD.