Always be kind and respectful to agents. The industry isn't that big, and agents are well connected. Leaving a bad impression with one acting agent can spoil your chances with others. If you impress one agent, she or he may recommend you to their colleagues. Remember that many acting agents were once actors like yourself. They are creative people, and they work in the same industry that you do. Also keep in mind that the more you respect them and work hard for them, the more they will work for you. Respecting yourself and your auditors reflects well on the agent; it will make him/her want to send you out for more auditions and interviews.
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