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THIS CAN RUIN YOUR ACTING CAREER – How to become a successful Actor

The BIGGEST thing that can ruin your acting career – A clear actor brand is vital to marketing yourself effectively. You work hard making sure your acting headshot, résumé, actor website, and social media platforms are clear expressions of it. But one thing can easily destroy all of that hard work (and a successful acting career) is your reputation! Your reputation is your actor brand. A reputation for hard work, generosity, and excellence leads to a long and successful acting career. But if the word on the street (or if you the social media that you’re using for acting like Instagram or Twitter) shows that you’re difficult to work with, no matter how brilliantly talented you are as an actor, you’ll have fewer opportunities to work in the acting business. The good news is you have control over your reputation (and your actor brand)! This video will show you 7 ways to create a positive one.

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