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Want To Make It Big As An Actor?

By February 1, 2010September 28th, 2017No Comments
Want To Make It Big As An Actor?

I know this is the motivation for many actors especially those just starting out on their career – to ‘make it big’.

Whether it’s as a a movie star or simply to make it financially the desire usually burns bright. These two desired outcomes often come hand in hand together but some times the money comes before stardom.

There are many so called ‘jobbing actors’ who are neither famous nor financially secure yet who are well know amongst their peers and who have a good solid earning capacity.

Is it better to earn a good living doing something you love, something that satisfies your heart or is it better to constantly berate yourself for ‘not making it big’ but be a working actor?

Whatever the most important motivation is, it’s more critical that you feel as though progress is being made towards your goal – constant progress.

Dealing With Rejection as an Actor: Learn How to Handle Being Told

So what are actors to do? Is it possible to stay focused, dedicated, even inspired in the face of negativity? Absolutely – especially if you can learn how to let go, see the big picture, and keep your creativity intact. … Here’s simple tip to get you out of your head following an audition: Make sure to schedule something you’re looking forward to for after the audition. Even if it’s as simple as coffee with a friend, or shopping for a new book, or going for a walk in …

Publish Date: 01/30/2010 0:45

https://nickgregan.com/actors-headshots/1/how-to-ace-your-audition/

The Golden Globes: Best Performance by an Actor In A Supporting

I’d have to say Heath Ledger.. he was an up-and-coming actor who seemed like he was going to make it big, and his performance as the Joker was something special. But then again, I haven’t seen any of the other movies 🙁 …

Publish Date: 01/22/2010 5:51

 

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