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  • Advice

    3 Steps To Pitching Yourself to Agents

    Eventually, you will need your dream team in place if you want your career to really soar. Spring is typically is the best time to seek representation. So, let me share three ways you can begin your pursuit without wasting time and money.

  • Advice

    6 Ways To Guarantee Your Agent and Manager Will Drop You

    As you may or may not realize, show business is highly competitive. There are many actors out there, and all of them want an agent and/or a manager to sign them. If you are one of the lucky ones who have such representation, here is a list of ways ...

  • News

    Managers to Keep Challenge to Calif. Law Alive

    The National Conference of Personal Managers will appeal the dismissal of its legal challenge to California's Talent Agencies Act.

  • News

    Judge Dismisses Managers’ TAA Suit in California

    NCOPM’s suit sought declaratory and injunctive relief and claimed the state’s Talent Agencies Act violates the U.S. Constitution.

  • Advice

    Are You Ready For Representation?

    You should never pursue representation until you are confident that you are able to compete in the major areas of the industry: Film, TV and Theater. If you are too green, casting directors may remember, and your representative will have a hard time getting a second chance for you to ...

  • News

    Talent Managers Form New L.A. Firm

    The new firm will weigh in with 75 to 100 clients across its literary and talent side. The Wilshire Boulevard office wants to be a "heavy hitter with a boutique feel."

  • Advice

    How To Find the Right Manager For Your Child Performer

    One of the questions I get asked most often by parents is about manager representation. This can be a confusing question to answer because figuring out who you want to represent your child should be supported by both personal and professional reasoning.

  • Advice

    You Never Know Where An Audition Will Lead

    If your agent or manager gives you an audition, go on it! It doesn’t matter if you think you are too tall or too blonde or too fat or too good to do one line. You never know where any opportunity will take you.

  • News

    Scam Manager Shut Down

    Judge finds L.A. talent rep guilty of pay-to-play scheme.

  • Advice

    How To Handle Rejection

    Rejection is a big topic for actors. You may feel rejected each time you audition for a role and do not get the part. You may take this personally, and call this “rejection.”