I know I was telling everybody that I was going to continue a series of videos about auditioning, booking and shooting a job for a new NBC TV series, and I will continue with that. But something just came up that I think might be very, very helpful to everybody, so I wanted to do […]
Category: Acting Agencies
A few months ago my New York agent contacted me to let me know that I had a commercial modeling job. The photographer requested me after seeing my photos, so I did not have to attend a casting. I have found that there are fewer and fewer bookings that take place without having to attend a go-see. At least that has been my experience in New York. And, quite often the go-sees are cattle calls, meaning that there are many people attending. In other markets it is easier to get hired for a modeling job directly from your photos, but in the major markets, they really want to see you in person.
I have had a number of people recently ask me about when I thought it was time to change agents. Before I answer that specific question, let me first explain what an agent’s responsibility is, and what you should expect from your agent. Agents make their living by taking a percentage from their actors and […]