I am able to answer all questions relating to acting. This includes, but is not limited too, training, representation, auditions, head shots and booking work.
I have over two decades of experience in the entertainment industry as a professional actor, director, producer, teacher, casting director, talent agent and talent manager.
BS in Communications from Kean University
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Kenneth, I would not recommend making an audition tape unless a CD or producer specifically asked for one. But if you did want to make one, it should be project specific. Meaning if it's an audition
Kenneth, An audition tape is exactly what it sounds like. It is when you cannot be there in person such as the audition is in California and you are in New York. What you do is put your audition on
Kenneth, Go over the lines many many times. Do this alone and with a partner. Learn them in small parts-baby steps. Learn the lines the same way you learned how to spell "cat" or "1+1=2". I
Kenneth, It is ok the list the extra roles. You may want to list the roles you had lines in before the non-speaking roles, though. Also, the roles you had a line or two; list those roles as Under-5
Kenneth, You can send a note/email with your head shot and resume attached as a follow up. Say something like "Just a friendly reminder I am still interested in the PSA you are filming". It could