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Step: 1

PHOTOS
A black and white photograph of a person's head is considered standard acting headshot. An 8x10 headshot is often thought of as "the actor's business card", for the serious actor professional, aspiring actor or otherwise, an actual headshot is one of the most critical tools in your marketing arsenal. You never know where you'll be when you meet an industry professional whom you want to impress, and most actors carry 8x10s around with them everywhere they go. You must get the best headshots possible! Usually, casting directors will glance once at your picture, so you have only one chance to capture their interest.

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Step: 2

ACTING RESUME
There are certain standards for an actor's resume. They must be well-written and professional. List all of your past and current training, experiences, talents, skills, etc. Our members can develop an online resume which can be printed out and used for mailing to casting directors.

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Step: 3

CASTING & AUDITIONS
The traditional way to obtain information about auditions was by getting an agent first. Usually a new actor must mail photos to local agents and managers seeking representation. We have created a way to skip through this expensive process. All our members get access to auditions and casting notices in US, Canada and some parts of Europe. For now you can request a search for auditions in our FREE section, which has limited access. Most auditions will require you to submit your photos and resume directly via e-mail or regular "snail" mail.

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Step: 4

ACTING SCHOOLS / TRAINING / WORKSHOPS
Even some of the best actors that are born with outstanding talent have to study and practice for every role. Some actors will never get the part because they lack the training and experience. Most professional actors hire training coaches every time they are working on a major production. Such professional training may cost a substantial amount of money; however, it will play an important part in actor's life. At first you should take some basic training at a local acting school or college. For more inexpensive training try well recommended acting workshop.

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