March 17, 2006, Newsletter Issue #8: Paying Your Dues in Acting Jobs

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You have to pay your dues in the industry before you land the ultimate acting job. Yes, you may think that you’re going to land job after job, but the real story is this: There is no such thing as an overnight success. You have to be around for a while, and show that you’re willing to work before you begin getting reasonable breaks. So work on that film for free. Do some favors. People will remember you, and then they’ll be more inclined to employ you later on.

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