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http://AmyJoBerman.com As a Casting Director, I often sit down with talent managers and talent agents at lunch to discuss actors -- their clients, who's hot, who's booking acting work, etc. In this video series, I sat down with 2 A-list talent managers and asked them questions right from my Facebook.com/TipsOnActing page from my fans. This first questions is "How do talent managers find new talent - actors - to represent?" and this is one of the biggest question every actor has. Watch this video and I'll give you the answer and some tips to help you find the perfect talent manager or talent agent to help your acting career take off. See more at http://amyjoberman.com/how-to-get-an-agent-or-manager-to-work-their-tail-off-for-you/ For more great tips and private event invites subscribe...
http://AmyJoBerman.com As an Actor, have you ever wondered how Talent Managers and Talent Agents work together? Or compete with each other? If you have both, what is each of their role? As an Actor, even if you have neither a Talent Manager or Talent Agent right now, you NEED to know this...if you want to be a professional in Hollywood or the entertainment industry. Because if you are going to be a Pro actor, you WILL have one or both at some point in your acting career. Watch this video to find out what you need to know about the love/hate relationship between Talent Managers and Talent Agents and how to make it work for your acting career. (This is #4 of 4 in a series from my lunch with 2 top Talent Managers). Please give this a thumbs up and drop a comment if you found it help...
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Learn whether or not you need a manager as a working actor in this free video clip. Expert: Scott DuPont Contact: www.scottdupont.com Bio: Actor and Producer Scott Dupont will summarize how to make acting a serious profession. Filmmaker: Suzie Vigoin
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Source: Dramafever You may be surprised to see that while the per-episode pay gap between Korean actors and actresses is not as big as it was previously, the actors below still average a higher salary. There are many factors that would affect this pay difference, including how in-demand the actor or actress is, how successful previous dramas of theirs have been, etc. These numbers are approximate and were determined after consulting with drama production companies, broadcasting company producers, management staff members, and other specialists in the entertainment industry. 14. Yook Sung Jae 13. Lee Joon 12. Kim Woo Bin 11. Joo Won 10. Ji Chang Wook 9. Song Joong Ki 8. Lee Jong Suk 7. Yoo Ah In 6. Lee Seung Gi 5. Lee Min Ho 4. So Ji Sub 3. Jo In Sung 2. Hyun Bin 1. Kim Soo Hyun ---------...
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