How to find your child a Talent Agent
The author of this book has experienced what it is like to wade through countless of Talent Agencies and how much frustration is involved in not knowing what your child's chances are of being successful. All the hard work has been done for you in sourcing the best Talent agencies around. Agency Descriptions, contact info, emails, etc. All the hard work has been done for you! More
You may be blessed to have a child who has a natural acting talent or one who is keen to give it a go. The question that most parents have on their minds would be - "Where do I start to find a Talent Agency that I can trust?"
After all, having an Agency is like having a launching pad where your child will be afforded the opportunity to launch their career successfully within the entertainment industry. For this you would need to get in touch with some of the top agencies in your County. Your child will most likely be noticed by film directors or producers who are always on the lookout for new talent.
However, there are some loopholes with regards to what is required of your child for them to be successful as an actor. How do you get to know what these are?
Any parent only wants the best for their children.
What if we told you that there is a way. The author of this book has experienced what it is like to wade through countless of Talent Agencies and how much frustration is involved in not knowing what your child's chances are of being successful. All the hard work has been done for you in sourcing the best Talent agencies around.
In addition, you get to have an insider’s view of what she herself went through with her own daughter when they had to attend one audition after another.
You may have pondered over some questions like:
• What would be the most important trait a child actor should have?
• What kind of attire should my child be wearing when going for an audition or interview?
• What kind of first impression do they need to make to qualify for consideration for an acting role?
• What can I do to ensure my child has a better chance of being successful in the industry? Or what should I not be doing?
One thing is for sure. Talent agencies will be looking for talent they can use for TV ads, movies, films, voice-overs, commercials, internet, modeling, video games, etc. You say that they are like a store that is in need of products (Interesting looking kids or young adults) In most cases they want performers and not musicians or singers as they would be zeroing in on the film industry in particular.
If are keen to find out more, then this book entitled - "How to find your child a Talent Agent!" is just what you need!!