His unique, entertaining and friendly style makes him a great interview guest. Aaron has done over 70 interviews to date.
Aaron Marcus Can Teach Anyone
- Make additional income by working as a commercial model on a part-time basis
- How to avoid scams
- Find legitimate agents/photographers
- Learn the best and safest way to get started
- Get work as an actor/commercial model – no matter where you live
- Unlike the fashion industry, there are no height, weight, or age restrictions in the commercial modeling industry
Open any non-fashion magazine, and look at the models in the ads.
Who do you see?
You will find that the majority of the models do not look like fashion models, but instead are beautiful and “real” looking people portraying moms, dads, patients, doctors, mechanics, infants, students, lawyers, bankers, and many other professions and roles in society.
Commercial models are seen on everything from packaging for hair coloring products to cell phone ads. Unlike the fashion industry, which has very strict physical demands, commercial modeling has no age, height, weight, or size restrictions; all types of people are needed. Also, commercial modeling work is available virtually everywhere, even in small cities. Throughout North America, commercial models earn between $25-$250 an hour.
Why Am I An Expert?
Well, I look like everybody’s next door neighbor, and over the past 27 years I have been cast in 1,201 projects so far. You have seen me as Dr. Barnes on “Law & Order: CI”, Dr. Stephen Leopold on NBC’s Do No Harm, “The West Wing”, “The Wire”, the Priest in Philomena, the History Teacher in the feature Almanac and even as the rock grunge guitarist for Molson Beer.
Not only have I written what many consider the “Bible” for commercial modeling, “How to Become a Successful Commercial Model”, (now in its 5th edition) I also publish the Tear Sheet acting/commercial modeling newsletter.
10 Sample Interview Questions for Aaron Marcus
- What is the biggest mistake people make that prevents them from becoming a successful model?
- What questions should you ask an agent to see if the agent is legitimate or running a scam?
- Can a model or actor find work on his or her own, without an agent?
- Is it possible to get commercial modeling work in small markets?
- If a person is not very tall, or is between the ages of 30 – 50 or older, can he or she still work as a model?
- How can someone find an agent in their area?
- How can people get photographs taken at a reasonable price?
- Is it possible to have a full-time job or be a student and still work as a model?
- Are there any age, height or weight restrictions for modeling?
- How much do commercial models earn?
Click on a photo to download a high resolution version suitable for print. Find more photos of Aaron on his Commercial Modeling Photos page.
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Newspaper and Magazine Interviews
|Corpus Christi Caller Times||Newspaper||Corpus Christi|
|Mount Olive Herald||Newspaper||Illinois|
|N.W. Arkansas Times||Newspaper||Fayetteville|
|Owings Mills Times||Newspaper||Maryland|
|Reel Carolina – Film & Video||Magazine||North Carolina|
|Richmold Times – Dispatch||Newspaper||Virginia|
|Syracuse New Times||Newspaper||New York|
|The Montgomery Advocate||Magazine||Maryland|
|The Towerlight (Towson University)||Magazine||Maryland|
|The Oklahoman||Newspaper||Oklahoma City|
|The Examiner.com||ohttp://www.examiner.com/x-8824-DC-Actors-Examiner~y2010m4d19-How-actors-can-break-into-the-modeling-business||Washington, D.C.|
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Radio, Television, & Web Interviews
|Westwood 1||Jim Bohannon Show||Radio||USA|
|ABC 33/40||Pam Huff||TV||Alabama|
|WZZR||Mason & Dixon||Radio||Alabama|
|KASH||Fritz Pettyjohn Show||Radio||Anchorage|
|KMXS||Mark and Selina||Radio||Anchorage|
|WCBM||Arts & Entertainment||Radio||Baltimore|
|WJFK||Your Moneys Worth||Radio||Baltimore|
|WQSR||Steve Rouse (Rouse & Co)||Radio||Batimore|
|WJZ||The Morning Show||TV||Baltimore|
|WHFS||Ed Norris Show||Radio||Baltimore|
|WHMP||The Ted Baker Show||Radio||Boston|
|World Talk Radio||Annie Arman Show||Web||California|
|WGN||The Joe Show||Radio||Chicago|
|WERE||The Mary Kay Show||Radio||Cleveland|
|KEYS||Jim Lago||Radio||Corpus Christi|
|WMAL||Chip Franklin Show||Radio||Washington D.C.|
|WXGV||Rob Harleston (Consumer Show)||Radio||Florida|
|WJXX ABC||Angela Spears||TV||Florida|
|Mix 96.5||Larry & shelby||Radio||Houston|
|WHYN||Fred King (Morning Show)||Radio||Massachusetts|
|KSMB||Bobby Novassad||Radio||New Orleans|
|WTVF CBS||Merryl Rose (Talk of the Town)||TV||Nashville|
|WKD||Dave and the Duke||Radio||Nashville|
|WOR||Joan Hamburg||Radio||New York|
|KSDO||Money in the Morning – George Chamberlin||Radio||San Diego|
|KKNW||Chat with Women||Radio||Seattle|
|Y94||Mike Fiss/Kathy Rowe||Radio||Syracuse|
|WSYR||Bill Baker Show||Radio||Syracuse|
|CKNW||Carolyn Haarer||Radio||Vancouver, BC|
|VTV||Paul Mennier||TV||Vancouver, BC|
|CKNW||Bill Good||Radio||Vancouver, BC|
|Blog Talk Radio||Blog Talk Radio – Victoria Gaither||Web||D.C.|
|WJZ TV||WJZ Morning Edition||TV||Baltimore|
|Sirius – XM Radio||Kim Alexander and Maggie Linton – Book Radio||Radio||Satellite|
|Fox 45||Fox – Morning Show
|After Midnight||The Howard G Show
|SiriusXM Radio|| The Maggie Linton Show
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|AM 700 KBYR||The Glen Biegel Show||Radio||Anchorage, Alaska|
|Entrepreneur On Fire||John Dumas||Pod Cast||Online
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