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  • 4 Ways to Help Yourself Get Cast

    A lot of things are out of your control as a commercial actor, but here are some things you can do on your end to make yourself as bookable a possible—a couple you might not have thought of, and a couple reinforcement reminders. 
    1. Have evidence. If you have a special skill (juggling, skateboarding, BMX biking), make sure your agent knows about this skill and that he or she has a video clip of you performing this skill. Sometimes we have last minute requests for talent with very specific skills, and don’t necessarily cast for it in a studio. We instead collect video clips and send them to the client for them to review. You are much more likely to be considered if you have pre-recorded video of yourself showing that you are a master skateboarder or juggler, than if you have to scramble to get yourself on tape last minute. Even if we do cast in-studio, having your extra video is bonus material for the client to have that ultimately can help work in your favor. 
    2. Follow casting on social media. House Casting posts casting calls on Twitter (@HouseCasting) and on Facebook. We use social media when we need our extended network’s help on specific, sometimes nationwide castings. If you don’t

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    4 Ways to Help Yourself Get Cast

    A lot of things are out of your control as a commercial actor, but here are some things you can do on your end to make yourself as bookable a possible—a couple you might not have thought of, and a couple reinforcement reminders. 
    1. Have evidence. If you have a special skill (juggling, skateboarding, BMX biking), make sure your agent knows about this skill and that he or she has a video clip of you performing this skill. Sometimes we have last minute requests for talent with very specific skills, and don’t necessarily cast for it in a studio. We instead collect video clips and send them to the client for them to review. You are much more likely to be considered if you have pre-recorded video of yourself showing that you are a master skateboarder or juggler, than if you have to scramble to get yourself on tape last minute. Even if we do cast in-studio, having your extra video is bonus material for the client to have that ultimately can help work in your favor. 
    2. Follow casting on social media. House Casting posts casting calls on Twitter (@HouseCasting) and on Facebook. We use social media when we need our extended network’s help on specific, sometimes nationwide castings. If you don’t

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