Secret Agent Man

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    A Sense of Entitlement

    When graduation day arrived, I had a sense of entitlement that cannot be measured; I was ready to take Hollywood by storm. It took me less than six months to realize I knew nothing.

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    Three of a Kind

    When I speak on a panel, actors always ask me the same question: Where do you find your clients? I smile because I know what they're really asking: What did someone else do right, so I can do it too?

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    Pop Quiz

    I want you to put yourself in this girl's position. You don't have an agent and you desperately want one. This man has offered to sign you. But the guy makes your skin crawl. So what would you do?

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    When the Situation Gets Sticky…

    Remember, James Bond is licensed to kill. When you have representation, you're licensed to say, "Call my agent."

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    A Halloween Tale

    They belong to agents and managers and casting directors. These people used to be my friends. Now they're holding torches, chanting my name like it's a dirty word.

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    Deep Thoughts

    An insight into a day in the life of Secret Agent Man and a exclusive look at his inner monologue.

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    What's on My Desk?

    Secret Agent Man reveals eight essential items on his desktop that are integral to his day-to-day operation or that play an important role in his identity.

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    Stuck in the In-Between

    Actors spend the majority of their time preparing for the moment when they can perform or auditioning for those who can grant them that moment.

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    Let's Put on a Show

    "What are the chances of me getting some agents to show up?" I responded, "Slim to none, and slim just left town."

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    No More Bad Pictures!

    his letter is for all the unskilled pretenders who make a living by picking the pockets of actors who have no money. I'm talking about all the untrained morons who picked up a cheap digital camera on some website.