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    Last week I started casting a new feature film. It’s so thrilling to get to know new actors during auditions and put together the talent for the film!
    I was largely impressed by everyone’s preparation. One scene has a three-page monologue, and about 90 percent of the actors were off-book. You could tell they’d put a lot of work into it—not just by learning the lines but by making bold and exciting choices for the character.
    This stage always reminds me that there are still things that actors can learn when going through the audition process.
    When we instruct you to bring your headshot and résumé to the audition, we actually mean it. It’s not just a suggestion. This is your calling card. You should bring it whether you’ve been instructed or not, just to be safe. I really don’t want to hear, “Oh, my agent-manager said they’d sent it over,” or “I haven’t done that for years.”
    Unless you’re Angelina Jolie or Will Smith, you need to bring it! When I talk to you before your audition and get to know you, I want your résumé right in front of me so that I can see not only your film and TV credits, but your training and

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