The actor: a practical guide to a professional career

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D.I. Fine, Jul 22, 1987 - Performing Arts - 285 pages
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Designed to help in furthering the actor's career, with information about contracts, unions, and auditions, and deals with the problems of aging, typecasting, and overexposure

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Brandstein, an independent producer and former casting director, offers an insider's guide to achieving success as an actor. Included is advice on how to discover if you have the "right stuff'' to be ... Read full review

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I loved loved loved loved loved loved LOVED this book! It gives you such good, positive insight that is also very realistic. Eve doesn't beat around the bush about any subjects but is also positive in the general outlook she has toward everything. She covers a wide variety of topics-- this book is definitely amazing for anyone who wants to begin an acting career and learn the basics! 



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