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  • A 4-Step Guide for Success in L.A., Part 2

    If you haven’t read Part 1 last week, stop and read that first or this won’t make as much sense or impact. Continuing:
    Step 3: Getting in the GameNow that you’ve developed your craft, are consistently doing great work in at least one of the main genres of on-camera work, and you know that you’ve got the skills and work ethic to audition well, it’s time to get your head in the game. And it’s time to switch up your job situation to allow yourself to be available for auditions. That means that from 10 a.m.-6 p.m. Monday through Friday, you can make yourself available for appointments. It isn’t easy, but it’s possible. Tens of thousands of actors are doing it right now. Probably even you, my friend.
    Get a great headshot (I’ve got a very strong opinion on headshots that I’ll share in a forthcoming article) and résumé (don’t lie—we all start with no credits) put together and start getting in front of those that can get you called in: representation and casting. 
    To get represented, start doing showcases, mass mailings, and seek referrals from those who know first-hand how good you are. Do as many agent/manager showcases as it takes until you

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