Acting is everything: an actor's guidebook for a successful career in Los Angeles

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September Pub., Jan 1, 1992 - Performing Arts - 183 pages
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The ultimate guide for planning, promoting and expanding your acting career. Where to go, who to call, what to spend, what not to do. Includes acting techniques, getting an agent, commercials, pictures and resumes, scares, child actors, getting around L.A., as well as acting careers outside of L.A. Information, ideas, facts and special secrets for developing the actor inside you and establishing your career. Kerr gives actors the resources they need to make it. From headshots to fake cigarettes, from changing one's name to that great plastic surgeon, it's all in this book. Filled with invaluable lessons, this book is like eavesdropping at all the right Hollywood parties. The author's hands-on experience as an acting coach, actress, dialogue coach and producer comes to life on the pages of this essential book.

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