Update your headshot every 2 or 3 years so casting directors will know what you currently look like. Always ask your connections for help on finding a coach. Talk to the staff and faculty at the school you attend or a theatre you’ve worked with. Someone will surely know somebody that can hook you up with what you’re looking for. If you’re stuck with a job or in school that keeps you from being able to attend these, make sure you’re always reading and researching your craft. Go to shows, read up on theory, and expose yourself to new ideas and schools of thought.
As an actor you’re likely to work freelance through an agent who will put you forward for auditions and castings. Agents usually take a fee of about 10% to 25% from your earnings. You can study with a private drama school or conservatoire. Many offer full-time … Read More