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  • 5 Ways to Get the Most Out of a Callback

    OK, actors. Pilot season is almost here, and the auditions will start rolling in. Represented or not, it’s a busy time for actors in New York City and Los Angeles—a time for last-minute auditions, same-day callbacks, screen tests, and frantically memorizing lines the day of and the night before.  
    You race around to auditions, and you get that call saying they want to see you again. Congrats! You made both you and your agent (if you have one) look good! Most of an agent’s best clients get called back a lot and then don’t get the job. Most of the time. Why? Because only one actor can get the job and most of the time it isn’t going to be you. For one role on an episodic TV show, they might get 1,000 submissions, bring in 20 actors to pre-read, and maybe bring five back for producers. 
    After years of coaching actors for auditions and callbacks, here are what we have come up with for the best ways to get the most out of that callback.
    1. Focus on winning the room. This is about so much more than “getting the job.” It’s about making fans in the industry, and getting back in that room again, and maybe in a relatively short period of time. That’s how an

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