Welcome to ActingandModeling.net
Do you think and dream of a career where the an acting or modeling profession plays the main role? Yes, it is true that an acting and modeling careers are a wonderful way to make a living; it gives you satisfaction, fame and money, plus the adulation of millions of fans.
In other words, being a famous, top actor/actress means that you are successful, that you have achieved your fullest potential. However, climbing the ladder to the top is not easy in any profession. In order to be counted among the handful of superstars, you need to make your mark. How do you that? How do you achieve you dream? What can give you the best shot at this career?
Within this site you will find everything you need to get your acting and modeling career underway. If you are motivated you can go far. However the percentage of new actors, actresses, and models never make it to stardom. If you have high expectations you may set your self up for disappointment. Although if you are looking to subliment your income doing something you enjoy, than you will find success.
As a new actor it can be nerve-wracking trying to perfect your acting technique so that you don’t look and sound like a novice. In order to help those struggling with their anxiety while learning the ropes in a new trade, we have compiled this list of practical acting tips to help usher you along on this new career path.
Firstly, Acting Tips Are Not Just For Novices
Although we would like to believe that acting comes naturally to everyone, especially the seasoned pros, it is quite well known that most of the pros struggle with roles from time to time, and are often carefully choreographed by their directors, with some exceptions of course. Seeking out and using acting tips is not only… Continue reading
If you are an actor hoping to make it big or, at least, make a living out of acting it is important to learn how to ace your acting audition. By “acing” we don’t mean, get every job because that is just impossible. What we do mean is make the best impression possible, which is all you can expect of yourself, right? We’ve assembled some tips below on how you can go about acing your acting auditions – thus putting your best foot forward.
Acting Auditions Tip 1: Bring Your Resume and Head Shots
Every actor should be aware, as with any job interview, that you need your resume. This is no different. Heed our acting auditions tips: Actors are required to bring headshots so that casting… Continue reading
If you are serious about becoming an actor and really want to put your best foot forward when going out on acting auditions, then you should seriously consider devoting some time and attention to the monologue you will be using when not given a particular script to read for try-outs. Below are some tips we’ve put together to help you choose a monologue that is best for your auditions.
Don’t Choose Your Favorite Monologue for Your Acting Auditions
Have you ever watched American Idol only to see your favorite singer belt out a song that just didn’t go with their voice? The same singer when asked why they sang that particular song most often than not says, “Oh, I chose it because it’s my favorite song.” Your favorite song may… Continue reading
I need some good skin creams that will fade my cutting scars. I have starting going to an acting/modeling school and i am eligible to go on auditions now. I have been searching for casting calls but im scared that i’ll get something and have to wear shorts or something and they won’t want me anymore. The ones on my forearm have faded quite alot using cocoa butter, but the scars on my thigh don’t seem to respond to it. Just a little bit. They are a couple inches above mid thigh .
I need some skin fade cream or scar fading creaming that will show noticeable improvements in 3 to 5 weeks if used everyday.
- please don’t judge me. I stopped cutting for about 5 months but things happen and im not to good with emotions
I live in the Northwest US and there are no decent modeling agencies where I live. I am very interested in modeling and have been told that I could do it very well. Does anyone have any suggestions? I could fly to Los Angeles, but New York is a little far… I am 15 (although I will be 16 in a few months), if that makes a difference in agencies.
I don’t mean that I wouldn’t go to NY, I would, but if I could get away with going to LA instead and finding an agency that is just as good that would be better. I also have school to think about… not even prospective models are exempt from that … Continue reading
I just noticed they’re using male models to ballboy the Sharapova match and of course they were using females to do the Madrid Masters. Do you like it? I don’t. I think it detracts from the game. I’m there to watch tennis, not fashion models. Cheap publicity doesn’t cut it for a true tennis fan and if I want to see hot women, I’ll watch a fashion show. I like looking at beautiful women as much as the next guy but I think doing it like this cheapens the game and deprives kids who want to do the matches. What do you think?… Continue reading