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  • 7 Tips for Making the Move to Los Angeles

    As a Casting Director, I meet tons of actors who move to Los Angeles for better opportunities in television and film every day. Hey, I moved to Los Angeles from New York in 1997 for better casting opportunities. I learned very quickly that Los Angeles is a different world—a shock whether you are from a big city, small town, or somewhere in between. Most actors want their own show, to be a series regular, or a lead in a film after six months of touching down at LAX. 
    Making the move to Los Angeles can be like going from a pond to the ocean. I call it that because, when you come from a smaller market (the pond), you may see one to two of your type. When you arrive in Los angles, you meet 50 of your first cousins, or an ocean full of talent you didn’t know existed. They look like you, dress like you, and you may start to waiver in your belief that you are unique. Don’t let your head swirl with doubt and insecurity. Empower yourself with information!
    Below are a few tips to help you make the transition with fewer missteps. 
    1. Read Backstage. Congratulations! If you’re reading this, then you’re already one step ahead. This publication is full of great articles, valuable advice, and audition

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