Comic Con is the ultimate nerd fest, but don't let the costumes bely the fact that it's a great opportunity for actors to network and learn more about their favorite shows! Here are 15 reasons why every actor should attend Comic Con.
KPA manages talent for films, TV, theater, and commercials. Shields says it's important that casting directors know reps as well as they know talent.
As an actor, it's selling your brand—talent, training, appearance—in order to create or act upon a business opportunity. The goal is a follow-up call, meeting, audition, or booking! Keep these three tips in mind, and your networking will go far more successfully.
Acting teacher Jackie Apodaca gives tips on how to successfully network as an actor and advance your career through the people you know right now.
If sites like Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn have made it easier than ever to know and follow more people than ever, it’s made keeping track of all your friends in the business time-consuming and even frustrating.
A great deal of “who you know” is at play in the entertainment industry, but is that such a bad thing? In an artistic field with so much competition, nepotism becomes less black and white.
The 2nd annual 30UNDER30 Film Festival runs from Oct. 3–5 in New York City, exposing actors to new filmmakers and three nights of networking opportunities!
Jennifer Warren, senior lecturer at the University of Southern California’s School of Cinematic Arts, advices young performers: “I think you should have five balls in the air."