On a scale of 1-10, how sticky are you feeling today? 1 would be PB&J sticky. 10 would be Super Glue sticky.
As an actor, you want to be at your stickiest when you’re at a callback for a national commercial, get introduced to a film director at an industry event, or meet a member of the media at a networking mixer. If you walked into an audition today where a casting director was seeing 200 people, would your audition get stuck in her mind? Or would it be completely forgettable?
Making ourselves stickier is possible with even a little bit of effort. The benefits of creating this longer-lasting impression can include more Continue reading
Long before most actors will have a chance to utter a single line in a feature film and take on a supporting role, they will get valuable experience on short film sets. Some of these productions are paid, although a majority of them for me have been unpaid. Regardless of the compensation, the lessons that can be learned are invaluable. Continue reading