3 edition of A Guide for Actors New to Television found in the catalog.
A Guide for Actors New to Television
Tristan De Vere Cole
by Element Books Ltd
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||104|
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The Hollywood Survival Guide For Actors reveals everything an actor needs to have a successful career in film and television in Proofed and edited by over forty Hollywood pros, the book covers the basics like headshots and resumes, but flows quickly into hundreds of rarely revealed topics like audition protocols, how to finance your own films, how to create a TV /5(66).
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The celebrated survival guide for the working actor - now completely updated and expanded with a foreword by Tony award-winning actor Joe Mantegna. Renowned for more than two decades as the most comprehensive resource for actors, How to Be a Working Actor is a must-read for achieving success in The Business.
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This is a great read for aspiring actors but also for those who love television, film and pop culture. I love reading about the ins and outs of the entertainment industry. Bottom line: Jenna says you can make it with lots of hard work, patience, and determination as long as you stay teachable and be sure to cre This book is up there with Tina /5().
The following seven books touch on different aspects of the craft and, when combined, make for a well-rounded, well-informed thespian ready for college auditions, rehearsal, or a new gig.
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“The Audition Book: Winning Strategies for Breaking into Theater, Film and Television” by Ed Hooks As the title suggests, this guide from actor and teacher Hooks covers audition tips for multiple. To begin at the beginning: for those still thinking about an acting career and those already on the road — books have always been a great source of valuable information for actors, whether it’s the acting craft or the acting business.
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The showrunners don't have to worry about compressing hundreds of pages into a quick running time, they need to balance fidelity to the source material while keeping the audience entertained for hours and hours. One of the most glamorous-sounding roles in television production behind the cameras has surely got to be the Celebrity Producer.
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A Celebrity Booker, or the more experienced Producer role, may sound pretty easy. For authors, being on television is one of those rare milestones that can boost your value, strengthen your reputation, and increase your book sales in a matter of minutes.
The challenge, of course, is learning how to get the attention of a national television show's staff, which is inundated with new stories at all hours of day and night.
Actors, if you ask just about anyone, are OVERPAID. Be thankful for that. The minimum salary for a series regular on a Screen Actors Guild television show is $5, per episode.
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Her reasons why actors should not be backstage directors (the bane of a director's life and the despair of the cast!) alone make this required reading, but the rich advice on such matters as "Scoring the Role" and, especially, her constant urging to work collaboratively make this a primary book for actors whether beginning or advanced.
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An actor is a man who plays character roles in stage plays, motion pictures, or serials on the television. This ebook provides you with the biographies, containing trivia, timelines, persona and professional information, of film and stage actors covering various.
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