Secret Agent Man

Sort by:

  • Advice

    Ye Olde Mail Bag

    We received an interesting letter this week at Secret Agent Man headquarters. It came from a New York actor, and I'd like to start off this column by sharing it with you.

  • Advice

    Secret Agent Man Calls In the Coach

    Secret Agent Man says that sometimes an actor needs a coach, not just a teacher.

  • Advice

    Anatomy of a Meeting

     It seems like every actor out there is dying to get a meeting with someone like me, but none of you knows how to behave when you're actually in my office.

  • Advice

    Size Matters

    I've been a Hollywood agent for more than 10 years. During that time, I've worked with the big boys and a few boutique agencies. I've learned that signing with the right kind of agency is crucial if you want to succeed as an actor.

  • Advice

    Parting is Such Sweet Sorrow

    Signing with an agent is a leap of faith. You hope for the best, but there's no way of knowing if the relationship is going to work until you're actually in it.

  • Advice

    Your Agent Doesn't Hate You

    Secret Agent Man addresses the belief that agents can't stand actors, among other myths about his profession.

  • Advice

    Anatomy of a Meeting -- Part Two

    Last week, we covered everything leading up to your big meeting with yours truly. So let's pick up right where we left off, with you sitting in reception, waiting for my assistant to bring you inside.

  • Advice

    Red Light, Green Light

    How do I get an agent?" is the No. 1 question I hear from actors.

  • Advice

    Specifics on Generals

    I wonder how many of you are familiar with generals. They're not for everyone, but in the right situation a good general can make a big difference in your career.

  • Advice

    The A Word

    This week, I'd like to share with you some valuable tips that have come out of those drunken rants. They just might make all the difference at your next big audition.