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  • Do’s and Don’ts of Holiday Shopping for Your Agent

    In a few weeks, all the talent agencies and casting offices and production companies are going to start shutting down. Why? Because the holiday break is right around the corner and it couldn’t arrive a moment too soon. Everyone I know is exhausted and looking forward to some time off. 
    But first there’s business to be done, especially if you’re an actor. I realize Christmas celebrates you-know-who’s birth, but it also marks the end of the year. This is the perfect time to take stock and figure out who needs to be thanked.
    That’s right. It’s time to buy some holiday presents for your agents.
    Like everything in this business, there’s a right way and a wrong way to do this. So let me give you an idea of the gifts I’ve received over the years that have brightened my holidays—and the ones that look like lumps of coal in my stocking.
    The first thing to remember is you don’t have to cash in your IRA to buy your agent a gift. This isn’t about money. It’s about being memorable. And you can pull that off without going broke.
    The trick is to make your gift personal. Booze is always a nice way to go, but you can’t just give your agent a random bottle of

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