February 2, 2007, Newsletter Issue #50: Using Connections to Find Casting Calls

Tip of the Week

A huge part of getting a casting call or finding out about open casting calls is working your connections. A good actor keeps track of the people she or he meets. Always have your feelers out looking for leads; casting directors from your previous work might be able to recommend a new direction for you. Be active in the industry community. You're not going to find any leads by sitting at home. Try to introduce yourself to new casting directors, producers, and writers every week.

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