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Kendall Jenner Puts Modeling Before Reality TV & Says No To Spin-Off - Hollywood Life

Kendall Jenner Puts Modeling Before Reality TV & Says No To Spin-Off - Hollywood Life | The It Factor Productions | Scoop.it
Kendall Jenner Puts Modeling Before Reality TV & Says No To Spin-Off
Hollywood Life
The teen might be a part of a famous reality family, but when it comes to her career she has a very different set of priorities!

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4 Secrets to Voiceover Acting from LA Voice Casting Director, Andy Roth (video) | Backstage

4 Secrets to Voiceover Acting from LA Voice Casting Director, Andy Roth (video) | Backstage | The It Factor Productions | Scoop.it
Not a week goes by when an actor-friend doesn't ask me about how to break into voiceovers. So when I sat down with Andy Roth for his episode of "Actor's Next Level," I knew I had to get all his secrets!

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Sirenetta Leoni's curator insight, April 4, 2013 12:23 PM

Some good basic advice about breaking into voiceover.

 

#2 "Make yourself Comfy" really speaks to being confident. Agents and clients love to work with voice actors who exude an air of confidence, but here's the key---without being arrogant about it. People love working with a pro who loves to engage and play along; not a know-it-all who argues about direction!  

 

#4: Really important to not fall into the trap so many beginning voice actors do; imitating the deliveries or styles of successful actors and voice actors..What you bring...your personalitiy...your life experiences are what ckients want to hear.

 

Good advice about demos if you intend to use your demo to find an agent or book work through an agent. 

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How to Avoid Feeling Desperate For That Next Acting Job When Money is Tight? | Dallas Travers - How To Be a Working Actor

How to Avoid Feeling Desperate For That Next Acting Job When Money is Tight? | Dallas Travers - How To Be a Working Actor | The It Factor Productions | Scoop.it

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Sirenetta Leoni's curator insight, March 28, 2013 11:17 AM

Smart, practical advice from "Actors Advocate," Dallas Travers on how to avoid feeling and appearing desperate to book your next job: 1) Always be acting (work out your acting chops); 2) Always be marketing (building and maintaining relationships); and 3) Always be generating income (develop multiple income streams).

 

Desperation is palpable and no one, but no one wants to hire or work with an actor who is desperate, as brilliantly depicted in this classic scene from "Tootsie" (one of the best comedic film scenes ever in our opinion): http://youtu.be/BnHqiipcw6g

 

Interestingly, Michael resolves his dilemma by basically following the steps outlined above in an exceptionally creative way...

Alondra Valenzuela & Maritza Mojica's comment, May 8, 2013 9:22 AM
thanks for your opinions...
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KRAFT "COOK BOOK" ZESTY DRESSING- ANDERSON DAVIS

ANDERSON DAVIS THROWS TABLE (Who needs a cook book when you have Anderson Davis of Colby Models cooking for you ;) http://t.co/CHraNoE5p2)
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