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An Actor's Business

How to Market Yourself as an Actor No Matter Where You Live
Narrated by: Andrew Reilly
Length: 2 hrs and 57 mins
Categories: Business, Career Skills
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An Actor's Business covers everything you need to know to market yourself as an actor, with thorough and concise information about the movie-making process, drama school, community theatre, acting on television and in commercials, unions, and agents. A thorough and well-written resource for anyone wanting to understand all facets of the acting business, this book presents an experienced perspective on the world of professional acting. It gives the listener an understanding of what it takes to act in regions all across the United States.

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©2004 Andrew Reilly (P)2009 Wetware Media

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"If you really want to know how to go about marketing yourself as an actor, Andrew Reilly can tell you. He has a method that is very thorough and very clear." (Jose Quintero, founder, Circle in the Square Theater)

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  • Kyle Sutton
  • 04-11-17

Great advice and descriptive structure of the industry.

A short "read" and a lot of information. A bit dated since a self-submissions have hit mainstream casting sites, but a lot of great insight. I recommend it to anyone struggling to find structure in the industry.

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