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  • 3 Financial Commitments New Actors Must Make

    As the holiday season just passed and everyone’s finances probably got a little tighter, I thought this would be the ideal time to talk about how much it takes to financially start out in the entertainment industry. These suggestions apply to anyone over the age of 4 years old getting involved with theatrical, commercial, voiceover, and/or print activities. Babies and toddlers are different. For example, if someone advises you that your baby, like older actors, needs professional pictures, trust me…they don’t. So lets get started.
    Headshots. This one is non-negotiable. You absolutely need a great picture to get you in the door for casting directors. That being said, what you don’t need are $2500 pictures! I have heard the rationale of using a high-priced photographer because of the celebrities they have photographed in the past. An actor starting out does not need the guy who did Nicolas Cage’s pictures. You can get amazing headshots done for between $100-$400 dollars. It takes a bit more work, but with a little effort you can find photographers who are just starting out and ask if they will do a headshot session free of charge in exchange for letting them use your photos to advertise their

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