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  • When a Child Actor Becomes a Teen

    Are you living in a world with a lot of eye rolling? How about door slamming? Foot stomping and storming out of the room? How about excessive moaning and complaining about everything? If you answered “yes” to these questions, you may be the parent of a teenager. In case your life isn’t interesting enough, I am going to tell you the good, the bad, and the ugly reality of when your “baby” actor turns into a teen actor. 
    For some teens, priorities change. Hanging out with friends may be preferable to another long car ride to an audition. Sports and after-school activities become more important. A child may want to experiment with their look. Your daughter with long dark hair may want to chop it into a pixie cut or dye it pink. While I personally think a pink pixie cut rocks, it usually it not a look conducive with booking jobs. At this age the sacrifices become greater and the choices become sharper.
    Your child may find that it gets harder to book jobs. You can’t get by on just cuteness alone anymore, you have to work harder. Your level of preparation has to be greater. There will typically be more lines to memorize and a greater range of emotions will be expected. Your

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