Maintaining a relationship with a potential employer is key. Directors and agents have to be reminded that you are still working, still active and available. A great way of doing this is by sending postcard-sized versions of your headshot. After the initial meeting, send a postcard headshot every four to six weeks. Keep a list of contacts you send to regularly. If you're in any shows or films, be sure to let your contacts know. Make your presentation simple and to the point. Since agents and casting directors are so busy on a day-to-day basis, regular reminders to them go a long way.
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