Secret Agent Man

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    Rage On!

    It's hard to keep your passion alive when you're surrounded by such negative energy. That's why you have to rage against the dying of the light.

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    The Commish

    Part of my job is knowing all the different ways an actor can get paid on a project, but most actors have no idea how I make a living.

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    If I Ruled the World

    Actors be warned! I've finally pulled it off. On the first of April, a statute goes into effect that bans one-person shows from being performed in the city of Los Angeles.

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    A Fresh Start

    Now that 2010 has finally arrived, I'm sure you're eager to make some positive changes in your life, the kind of changes that will help move your acting career forward.

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    Splish Splash

    The first thing you need to know about soap operas is that no one in the industry calls them soap operas. We call them soaps. And they're a great way to kick-start your career.

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    A Halloween Tale

    It was a bright and joyful Monday morning when the headshots first came to life...

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    Christmas on a Budget

    Secret Agent Man is here to help you make an impression on your industry friends without having to break the bank.

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    Waiting and Waiting and…

    Waiting is a basic component of this business, and that applies to all of us, including yours truly. But it would be a major mistake if you didn't offset all that waiting with a little forward.

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    It's Resolution Time

    As the year crawls to an end, I want you to take some time off from your acting career. Try to enjoy the holidays. The industry and all its frustrations will be here when you're done.

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    Getting Dropped Part 2: The Five Phases of Grief

    There's a right way and a wrong way to drop an actor. The worst thing an agent can do is send an email. Taking human interaction out of the equation makes getting dropped a hundred times worse.