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How to Become an Actor's Stand-In

Stand-ins are the unsung heroes of movie making. While an extra will be seen on camera, a stand-in's only role is as a photo double. That's the person who pretends to be the actor while directors are setting up their shots. If actors had to spend the day standing on the set, they would be too tired to do any acting.

How to Find a Manager for Your Acting Career

Actors sometimes have teams of professionals who guide and influence their careers. Talent mangers often play a crucial role in this effort, encouraging career development and helping clients make valuable connections in the entertainment industry. This is often a long-term relationship, so it’s important to choose someone with a solid reputation and with whom you have rapport.

How to Write a Child-actor Resume

Like any acting resume, a child's acting resume is typically presented chronologically and includes any information regarding the child's experience in the field of entertainment. The child's acting resume can then be used with agents and modelling agencies and on casting calls.

How to Market Yourself as an Actor

Being a working actor requires more than skill and talent. Successful actors market themselves effectively so they can land roles and get casting directors familiar with their body of work. To join these ranks, develop a marketing plan that includes such standards as excellent headshots and a resume -- along with more creative options like postcards and show invitations.

How to Become a Voice Actor for Cartoons

As a voiceover (VO) actor, you are expected to manipulate your voice into believable characters for cartoons and other forms of animation. Though you may be naturally talented creating voices, in order to become a professional voiceover artist, you must undergo training and get signed by a talent agency specializing in voiceover actors.

How to Create an Actor's Portfolio

A portfolio is the actor’s version of a resume and shares many resume characteristics. Although some of the standard rules for resumes -- such as always be honest -- also apply to an actor’s portfolio, a portfolio has some other additions unique to the field. Make your portfolio a memorable reflection of your skills, talent and experience.

How to Become a Comic Actor

A comic actor often begins his career in comedy films after a successful career in the stand-up comedy. While becoming a comic actor requires many of the same steps as it takes to become an general actor, honing your skills as a comedian is an important part of the process. Stand-up comedy is one of the most efficient ways to do this. If you want to be a comic actor, learning how to make people laugh as you develop your acting skills is key to your success in the world of funny movies.

How to Become an Actor in Australia

Becoming an actor in Australia is a challenging task that requires relentless determination, professional training without the promise of success and a strong resilience to face the inevitable and constant rejection.

Consider why you want to be an actor because you have to be serious and driven to enter a profession that is unpredictable, fiercely competitive, superficial and judgmental. Few make it as actors, and those who do, are out of work 85 percent of their working lives.

How to Get an Agent for Acting

An agent for acting is an essential part of any successful actor's career. While you can get plenty of acting auditions on your own, you'll need an agent to get auditions of a high caliber. Particularly if you're in a large market such as New York or Los Angeles, an agent can open all kinds of doors for you. It can be difficult to find an agent. Here are some tips.

How to Train Your Voice for Acting

Actors inhabit a wide range of roles and the best actors can bring the most believability to those often incredibly different roles. One of the most important cues to the audience of character is the voice. To properly embody a wide range of characters, the actor must have a flexible voice. Compound this with the necessity to project vocal nuances in live performances so the entire audience can hear, and it becomes clear that voice training is one of an actor's most important practices.

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