Steve Braun

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  • Advice

    5 Easy Ways to Get Discovered

    If only you were plucked from obscurity, pulled up from the gutter, and presented to industry insiders, you would be a star. And it happens—we can all cite an example of it. And it can happen to you, too!

  • How to Find the Right Acting Class

    Olympic athletes don't graduate from training and neither do you. So where do you start?

  • Advice

    5 Things To Remember Before Every Audition

    No flakey New-Age voodoo here. Just five powerful truths about you and your craft that most actors choose to forget. So remind yourself on the day of the audition and on every other day.

  • Advice

    5 Things You Need To Know About Your Agent and Manager

    Whether you're looking for an agent and manager or looking to better manage the ones you have, here are five things to know about your representative.

  • Advice

    5 Things That Won’t Book You the Job

    Here are five things you're focusing on right now that have nothing to do with booking the job.

  • Advice

    5 Ways For Teen Actors To Find Success

    Teen actors rarely get the credit they deserve. While many young artists possess a deep emotional life, often times the business and the people around them - even the well-meaning people - can stand in the way of their unique artistry.

  • Advice

    How to Get an Agent

    Without an agent, you have no career and no hope of one. "How do I get an agent or a manager or both?" many of you ask.

  • Advice

    What 8 Year-old Girls Can Teach Us About Acting

    We can be so focused on getting the industry to pay attention to us and validate us that we ignore our own voice.

  • Advice

    8 Steps to Actor Happiness

    Our business brings with it heartache, and many of you allow that heartache to rob you of your happiness and forget the joy that comes with doing what you do. Here are a few tips on how to be a happy and fulfilled actor.

  • Advice

    How to Book Work Now!

    This is not an easy time of year. For everyone. And because it's not easy, actors want answers. They want to know how to crack this code, to make it less painful, less traumatic, less ulcer-inducing.