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Booking TV Commercials

How does one book a TV Commercial? Well, you’ve got to start with training and become a good actor! Master Talent Teacher Carolyne Barry has compiled this video to help take you through the process.

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3 Tips For Comedy Writers – with late-night television writer Dicky Eagan

When it comes to writing for late-night, Dicky Eagan knows what it takes.  In this video, the head-writer of “Last Call with Carson Daly,” who has also written for “Lopez Tonight,” “The Wayne Brady Show” and many others, gives away 3 powerful secrets to having a successful career in comedy,  in writing and in any Read the Rest…

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How to Become a TV Host, Part 1

How do you become a host..well that’s a loaded question.

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Career Tips for Actors: Networking and Creating Relationships in the Entertainment Industry, part 1

Suzanne Lyons discusses the importance of networking and offers great information on creating relationships within the Entertainment Industry.

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Writing Great Characters for the Screen & Stage: Part Two – Comedy

By: Minda Burr If you recall, in the last blog, we talked about how your main characters need to have a strong want and then they are forced to deal with all of the obstacles in the way of achieving their goal. We also talked about how every compelling character has distinct personality traits – Read the Rest…

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When is the Best Time to Come to LA for Pilot Season?

Every weekend Agents and Managers are traveling to some city scouting for new kids and teens for pilot season. The top kids Agents will look at from 100 to 300 kids every week from now through the end of January. These are the brightest kids from around the country with parents who can afford expensive Read the Rest…

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Writing Great Characters for the Screen & Stage: Part One

So what comes first – the development of fascinating and compelling characters? Or creating the world (or the story) in which the characters participate? It can work both ways, but you have a big advantage if you start with some unique and complex characters to begin with. So, let’s jump in and look at a Read the Rest…

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