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    There are some actors who are okay with occasionally getting auditions, randomly booking one, and then going another year or so before they book something else. There are others who spin their wheels and spend more and more money getting new headshots and trying different looks and/or gimmicks to get noticed. Some jump from agent to agent if they aren’t getting enough auditions and wonder why nothing seems to work…ever. There’s another group of actors who look at the business as a mathematical game of numbers: go to 100 auditions and eventually get one. Go to another hundred, book another.
    I guess that thinking works for some actors but it doesn’t really explain the ones who are constantly going out on auditions, continuously booking, and work job after job after job. You know those actors; you see them on television and in film all the time. They might not be “stars,” but they’re constantly working. They have what every actor should be striving for: they have careers.  
    So why are those actors the lucky ones? What secrets are they not telling the rest of the acting community?
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