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How To Make Money Acting by Bob Fraser

Television producer, writer, director, actor, and teacher Bob Fraser’s 50+ year career began as an actor in New York City. After moving to Los Angeles, he was a showrunner on the series “Benson,” for which he also directed, wrote, and played the character Sen. Leonard Tyler. Fraser later created and starred in the series “Marblehead […]


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After spending a good 20 minutes describing my “Magic Express Train Show”, a magic and puppet show about taking a ride on an old fashioned steam train, after answering all questions, booking the show, taking the info… we’re about to get off the phone, and the client adds…

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Director, Voice Over Artist, Actor: Fiona Jones, Manhattan Theatresource, New York

I can’t really tell anyone how to get an agent but I can say sitting on your couch complaining is not going to get you very far. You have to work at it, especially if you’re not drop dead gorgeous, independently wealthy, extremely well connected or all of the above. A great actor once said to me “you have to keep putting it out there & hope someone trips over it.” That strategy has worked pretty well for me so far.


Talent Agent: Darlene Studie-McDowell, DS Entertainment, Nashville, TN

Actors can’t blame the agent if they are sitting around waiting for the phone to ring. That’s a bad excuse. I don’t sit around waiting for my phone to ring either. I work on my business everyday. Actors need to work on their craft everyday. It has to be a team effort.

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