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The First Movie Stars

The film industry is relatively young, really only getting going in the early 1900s. Despite this youth, major movie stars arose almost as soon as there were audiences to fill seats. By the 1910s, Hollywood was already pumping out household … Continue reading

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How to Learn Accents

Having at least one or two accents under your belt increases your marketability. Luckily, there are ways to learn and practice accents without needing to dump money into a language coach. So long as you can master the basics, you’ll … Continue reading

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Decoding Acting

Of all the artistic industries, acting is one of the most prolific when it comes to inventing terms to describe oddities only found on the stage. This is hardly surprising, however, since so much of their livelihood revolves around playing … Continue reading

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The Three Fastest Ways to Memorize Lines

Matt Newton is an acting coach and Backstage Expert. We love his advice, posted on Backstage, from June 25, 2014. He offers the following, very helpful advice, to actors on how to best memorize their lines. Thanks Matt! The Rehearsal … Continue reading

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So you wanna move to Los Angeles to act?

Just so you know, you don’t have to move to Los Angeles or New York City to act! There are plenty of secondary acting markets in the United States where you can be a big fish in a little pond … Continue reading

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2015 Highest Paid Actors & Actresses

Here is the annual list of the highest paid, top ten actors and actresses for 2015. Some of the acting talent has seen their paychecks increase and others decreased due to other non-film projects they were involved with during the … Continue reading

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What Do These Acting Terms Mean?

“On Bells” means silence on the set because sound is recording “Dubbing to Dub” means to insert your words in the soundtrack against the action or lips “Speed” is a word spoken by the soundman, to indicate film and tape … Continue reading

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The Actor’s Attitude

An actor should always regard a TV audition as a performance. It is important to appear professional, relaxed and confident in spite of any nervousness you might feel. Keep in mind, as an actor, that in asking for the client’s … Continue reading

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DailyActor.com

We LOVE www.dailyactor.com! The site is an invaluable resource for aspiring actors and working actors. You can read about acting news, interviews, acting tips, acting resources and actor blogs. All of the information is current, relevant and very, very helpful.

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What Is An Industrial And Educational Film?

Generally, these are productions for non-broadcast use, including in classrooms, in stores, or DVDs shown in corporate offices or dealer showrooms. They can also be instructional content shown on websites. Behind-the-scenes footage or b-roll footage also falls under the Industrial … Continue reading

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