Sometimes in an actor's career, it makes sense to change to another agent. This can be because your current agent is not sending you out on auditions enough, or because the auditions s/he sends you to are not appropriate for you. Should you decide to end your contract with your current agent, do your best to have another agent lined up ahead of time. Be sure to choose one who will better fit your needs as an actor. (In other words, don't make a lateral move from one agent to another.) When it comes time to leave your representation, always be as diplomatic as possible.
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