(There are More in the Book!!!)
- During a love scene, do not get sexual with the casting director. Even though some of them might like it, it's
- Do not make small-talk with anyone in the room.
- Know whom you're reading for and what their accomplishments are.
- Compliment the producers, directors, or casting directors on their latest films or shows.
- Stick to the script as best you can.
- Don't tell casting directors you have to get to another audition. They don't care.
- Don't go all out dressing for a particular character, unless asked to. You can give an idea about the character by
- Call your agent if you're running late, so someone can call over to the casting office for you.
- If you arrive late without a call, you probably won't be seen.
- Try not to re-schedule an audition unless you really, really have to.
- If you start out weak on a scene, simply ask if you can start over, but you better be there on your next read.
- Set yourself apart from the other actors in the waiting room. Don't speak to anyone.
- Stay centered.
- When auditioning for TV or film, try to read the whole script.
DID YOU KNOW...
- Less than ten per cent of all actors registered with Screen Actors Guild (SAG) make over $7500 per year?
- You can take free acting classes all year long at the SAG Conservatory?