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  • 4 Things You Must Do to Make It as an Actor

    Awards Season. Strategically scheduled before and during pilot season to offer a ray of hope to the myriad of actors scratching and clawing their way through the darkness towards a role in a pilot. The dresses, the speeches, the opportunity to see someone drenched in the kind of validation that we all dream of receiving from our peers—it reminds you why you’re struggling to get yourself an agent, or why you’re trying to get your agent to call you back. It reminds you why you didn’t go to law school or why you’re suffering the deafening indifference you get from the business. It makes you think that the dream is possible. 
    But dreams can be sneaky. You can get lost in a dream and forget about the here and now, forget about the heavy lifting it takes to actualize a dream. Truth is, making it in this business on a level that many of the people at those awards shows have made is really difficult—almost impossible, even. So many of the current patterns in your life will probably have to change to give you any hope of hitting those heights. Here are four things you’ll have to do to make it. 
    1. Deal with your fear. Everyone’s afraid in this business, actors and everyone else.

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    4 Things You Must Do to Make It as an Actor

    Awards Season. Strategically scheduled before and during pilot season to offer a ray of hope to the myriad of actors scratching and clawing their way through the darkness towards a role in a pilot. The dresses, the speeches, the opportunity to see someone drenched in the kind of validation that we all dream of receiving from our peers—it reminds you why you’re struggling to get yourself an agent, or why you’re trying to get your agent to call you back. It reminds you why you didn’t go to law school or why you’re suffering the deafening indifference you get from the business. It makes you think that the dream is possible. 
    But dreams can be sneaky. You can get lost in a dream and forget about the here and now, forget about the heavy lifting it takes to actualize a dream. Truth is, making it in this business on a level that many of the people at those awards shows have made is really difficult—almost impossible, even. So many of the current patterns in your life will probably have to change to give you any hope of hitting those heights. Here are four things you’ll have to do to make it. 
    1. Deal with your fear. Everyone’s afraid in this business, actors and everyone else.

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    Leave a Reply

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