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  • Why You Need a Talent Agent

    Many jaded actors and online sources will cast doubt as to whether you need an agent at all—especially as a voiceover actor. These sources typically have very little (if any) experience securing proper representation for themselves. The frustration they’re voicing stems directly from unrealistic expectations either on the talent’s part, the agent’s, or both. 
    Here are four things you should realistically expect from a potential agent:
    1. A talent agent is not a manager or a publicist. The truth is it’s up to you to manage and run your own career. You’re expected to arrive on the talent agency’s doorstep with the proper tools (professional headshots, résumé, voiceover demos) and you’re prepared to work. The more prepared you are from the start of your relationship with your agent, the more confidence they have in you and in putting you to work. Much like a professional athlete, you are expected to be well trained and actively maintaining your training, as well as keeping your promotional tools current if you hope to work.  
    2. An effective agent, often like successful talent, specializes. Not every talent agent handles every aspect of the entertainment

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