When you look for potential acting agents, find out how many clients they represent. This will give you some idea of the size of their business. It will also give you an idea of how much work they will have to do while they are representing you (and their other clients). If an acting agency is handling many actors, then you may represent only a small part of their business. With large and reputable agencies, this is not necessarily a bad thing, as top names in the industry often have high status attached to them. Just make sure the agent who is representing you is not so booked s/he can't remember your name!
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