• Get cast in films, theater productions, TV shows, commercials, and web series
  • Jobs for actors, models, dancers, comedians & more
  • Take your career to the next level; the most trusted audition resources in the world
  • Find amazing talent
  • Call for cast & crew
  • Reach thousands of actors, models & performers
  • Find location space and professional equipment
  • List yourself, find industry professionals, skills and equipment
  • One stop Preview, Pre-screen and Review audience for your production
  • License your movie, music and products
  • Reach a global audience and maximize profit
  • How to Know If You’re A Real L.A. Comedian

    Being an L.A. comedian isn’t just about living and performing in the Southland. Unless you’re one of the few native Angelinos who grew up in Sunset Strip stand-up clubs (think Pauly Shore), it’s a honorary title. It conveys a status slightly above “L.A.-based comedian” but below “NerdMelt host.” Wondering what it takes to make the cut? Start with being a burrito and juice connoisseur.
    You know you’re an L.A. comedian when “between your day job, meetings and shows, you never see your house and the only things you put in your body are food truck burritos and cold-pressed juices,” Portland-transplant Ian Karmel told TimeOut Los Angeles. 
    Another sign you’ve gone local: You’re also used to playing to an almost silent room. Picture this, said actor/comedian Thomas Middleditch, “You had the best show of your life, but no one laughed because the audience was filled with agents quietly deciding if you fit into their master plan.”
    It also means embracing some of the city’s stereotypical vanity. “You talk about your personal brand, but you’re not joking,” deadpans Karen Kilgariff, a comedian who hosts the podcast, “Do You Need A Ride?”

    Go to Source

    Leave a Reply

    « | »