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  • 3 Ways to Impress CDs Without Having an Impressive Résumé

    This is a question that I get all the time. Many of you are looking to be proactive but get a little stuck when it comes to how to market yourself to a casting director when you haven’t booked anything big. Here is my take on some things that most of you already do…
    1. Casting director workshops. I know that in L.A. they are huge and many actors are signing up for them, so here is what I suggest. Learn how to master the audition before you go to any workshop. It goes against much of what we learn as actors. There is no“craft” in auditioning however, to me, mastering it is an art form. Now here is a terrible reality that many of you know I am getting vocal about…. I have worked with over 400 actors many of them working and not one—not one—has known how to dominate the material and kill it in the room. That might sound aggressive but please realize that when you do these workshops you are going up against actors who have been doing this for years—actors who are seen by casting directors because their agents have submitted them. I have already offended a few people because I am going against traditional training in my work. I respect and

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