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Actor Website Tips | Avoid any pay-per-change offers when seeking a company to build your actor website

Never pay per change

I constantly see these popping up everywhere and they're trying to capitalize on you, so why give them the time of day? Here's a screenshot of on of such offers I just found on the web: There's so many things wrong...

Fun Facts | Websites for Actors

Build your actor website

Build your #actor #website while boiling an egg.

Actor Casting Hints | Impress Casting Directors

How to get cast

They ask: "Do you have a question" - you can say "no" if you don't. Stupid questions do exist.

Actor Dictionary | Agent vs Manager

What you should know

Often times talent will have both an agent and a manager. But why do you need both? Why give away more commission?Essentially, the main purpose of both these people is to build your career. When it comes to getting you hired on recurring jobs, both your manager and agent will expend their resources to make that happen and there will be a lot of overlap in their responsibilities. Theyll get you in meetings, submit you for jobs and market your name. Aside from that, their a certain duties that one is more responsible for than the other. A manager will work with you to improve your talent and help you become better at what you do. If youre an actor, a manager may take the time to go over sides with you and practices scenes. If youre a writer, a manager will give you script notes and develop your projects. An agent on the other hand, wont usually perform any of those tasks. They will, however, scour the town for the right jobs for you, negotiate your contract and get the best deal. It' their job to get you your quote, make sure youre looked after on the back-end, and that your next job will be get you equal or more pay than the previous.Another reason to have both a manager and an agent is access to a wider talent base. In other words, reps love to package projects with as many of their clients as possible. So if youre repped by an agent and a manager, you get easier access to both of their talent pools and better your chances of attaching them to your projects.Another key difference is that managers can and will get producer or executive producer credit on any of your projects you set up. Agents, by law, are not allowed to receive producer credit.Top agencies include: CAA, WME, UTA, ICM, Paradigm, Gersh, Resolution