I have a confession to make.
Recently during my time off…I got booked. Yep, I got cast. Yes, I was on set.
How did that happen while I was not auditioning?
I’ll start by saying, “Never count out any of your auditions.” So check it, it was early this year in January when I had the casting opportunity. I read for four different co-star roles for the upcoming season. They said shooting would take place anywhere between March-August.
There are those auditions that you just know you did a slam dunk, you went all in, and it just felt “right” -aka – lived and not […]
May is coming to an end and summer’s just around the corner.
In a beginner’s – working actor’s world, you know that’s the time of year when Pilot Season has ended and your email inbox and text alerts with casting notices have begun to dwindle down.
However, if you booked a pilot, you’re excited to head off to set to shoot through the summer months – Oh how I’ve been there, it’s fun!
But for some that may mean – Yay, it’s time for a breather from the craze of pilot season or you may be feeling a bit uneasy because it’s that time […]
Don’t go to get booked. Go to book the room.
It’s what we commonly hear as actors if you’ve been in the game for a minute, have taken an on-camera class, or have been on many auditions, but you haven’t booked anything yet – you’re getting frustrated and a mentor, actor friend or teacher reminds you of this…oh so golden piece of advice.
If you are new to the acting scene and you’re now learning this for the first time, keep reading and once you begin to audition – own it. And watch your career and confidence unfold because of it.
If you […]