Ask an Agent: Everything Actors Need to Know about Agents

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Back Stage Books, 2005 - Business & Economics - 193 pages
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• Real answers to real questions from
a real agent


• Based onBack Stage’s most popular column, “Ask an Agent”


• Covers every topic imaginable


Actors at every stage of their careers have a lot of questions, andAsk an Agentgives a lot of answers. Do I need an agent? How do I get one? What will an agent do for me? When is it time to switch agents? Help is on the way! Author Margaret Emory—a talent agent for more than fourteen years—writes “Ask an Agent,” the most popular column in America’s foremost publication for working actors,Back Stage. In clear, straightforward text, she gives the “agent’s spin” on everything from headshots and résumés to auditions, casting directors, and managers.Ask an Agentoffers real help for the real world of acting.

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About the author (2005)

Margaret Emory, a prominent
New York talent agent for more than fourteen years, writes the column
“Ask an Agent” inBack Stagemagazine. She is the founder of Emory Seminars,
a workshop for actors that she
presents across America. She lives
in New York City.

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