Author: Aaron Marcus
Aaron Marcus has been a full-time actor and commercial model nearly 3 decades.
His book, How to Become a Successful Commercial Model is now in its 5th edition.
Aaron has given his seminar: The Best Way to Get Work as an Actor and Commercial Model over 500 times in four countries.
He also offers online workshops.
Aaron saves 4 days each month to give private on-line coaching sessions.
3 Ways of Doubling Your Chances of Booking a Modeling Job Written for BackStage By Aaron Marcus If you have never attended a modeling go-see, let me first give you some background information about what takes place at the model’s audition (go-see), before explaining how you can increase your chances of getting booked. A […]
Here is an article that I wrote for BackStage. Some actors talk a great game about how busy they are. They say they’re constantly auditioning and booking. If that’s true, then it’s wonderful. But from my own experience—as well as my peers—we all have periods where auditions and jobs are scarce. It’s the nature of our […]
Last week someone sent me a photo of a new born giraffe. This 6’0 newborn looked so interesting and beautiful she just grabbed my attention. I knew that I needed to see her in person. So, last Sunday I took my family to the zoo and we got a chance to see “Willow”, her mom […]
Here is one thing I always do before working with a famous actor.
There are 2 ways that actors slate during auditions. I share both of them with you in this Acting and Modeling Quick Tip. Share with others how you normally slate during an audition. Leave your comment blow.
Many people don’t realize how crucial your slate is during an audition.
It is amazing how helpful it can be when you stop working.
What does it really mean to be a featured extra
It is easy to get the wrong idea when watching the reaction of an industry professional during your performance
This could change your career – literally.
Always bring this to your audition
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Share your story here. Have you ever turned down an audition or a job?
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Let others know what strategies you have found helpful when dealing with agents
Guess how many actors get to audition for acting projects.
This is why I turned down $2,000