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  • Your 2015 L.A. Pilot Season Survival Guide

    Calling all Hollywood newbies! Backstage has compiled advice from several experienced casting directors and L.A. actors on the craziest time of the TV season. 
    “Be aware of your type as soon as possible. Casting directors do not have the time to use their imagination on your ability; they have a casting problem they need to solve right away and they cannot afford to make a mistake, so [an actor’s] job is to make it easier for them to believe in us. Knowing the parts that most fit this very juncture in your career can save you a lot of time, effort, and callback anxiety. If you are union, SAG-AFTRA offers a monthly branding workshop, which is ideal for finding out what impression you make on people from a personality, character, and essence standpoint.” —GABRIEL SOUSA
    “Once you get an agent, ask him or her to submit you for commercial work. Don’t think you’re too good of an actor and that commercial work is somehow a lower form of acting! Many bills can get paid with one national SAG commercial, which alleviates the stress and pressure of being a working actor for the roles you really want to play on TV and film.” —MELINDA LEE
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