June 27, 2008, Newsletter Issue #122: Adults Acting

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One of the best things about starting a career as an actor is that you don't have to start early in life. In fact, many child actors do not continue in the acting field due to their looks and/or goals changing as they age. Keep in mind that actors represent all walks of life...including older people! If you are interested in becoming an actor, the easiest way to begin is to take scene study or monologue courses. Almost every major city has repuatble instructors to help you begin to hone your craft.

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