Your Child Break into Acting
you ever watched a television commercial and thought...
child could do that!
your child is 6 months old, 6 years old, or 16 years old,
there are many opportunities to act in commercials. With hundreds of cable
channels, children are seen in more advertising now than at any time in
is just as cute - or
has as much personality
the child on TV."
are numerous rewards to helping your child pursue a commercial acting
career. You will get to spend high quality time with your child, and he
or she will learn poise and self-confidence that can last a lifetime.
it's not unusual to make thousands of dollars for one day's work
in a national commercial.
to the delight of parents, many a child has paid for his or her entire
college education by doing a few national spots.
many children and their parents are happy to have a successful career in
TV commercials, it can lead to future television and movie roles. For example,
Elijah Wood, star of the hit movie Lord of the Rings, got
his start in television commercials.
commercials offer opportunities for all types of children - those who have
all-American looks, those who are very attractive, and those
who have "character".
two most important factors of success are a willing (and eager)
child, and a parent who is willing to take time out of his or her own schedule
to take the budding actor around to auditions and to commercial shoots.
If you qualify on these counts, the FabJob Guide to Become a Child Actor (A Guide for Parents)
is for you!
this guide you will discover how to get your child into commercials. If
he or she enjoys the experience, the guide will show you how your child
can pursue a career as a professional child actor.
guide's author is James Jontz, a director who has worked with many
child actors. With his wife, Joanne Ritchie, Jim has taught commercial
acting techniques for children for more than a decade and been featured
in an article in the New York Times. Joanne has appeared in hundreds
of TV commercials, including spots for Tide, Oldsmobile, Lysol, and Hershey's
Syrup (for which she earned $75,000 for a single commercial).
this guide they cover topics of vital importance to anyone who wants
to help their child get into television commercials, including:
your child's "look" and "type"
categories of child actors
quiz to see if your child has the personality traits needed to succeed
in this career
have what it takes to help your child succeed?
to look for in acting classes (and why your child may not
need any acting training)
the only photos you need to get signed with an agent are inexpensive
snapshots of your child
snapshots that will attract an agent's attention
hiring process works
to find contact information for legitimate agents
do agents look for in a child actor?
your child will be asked in an interview with an agent (and how
to prepare your child for the interview)
your child should dress for the interview
to include in your child's resume
you need to know about promotional materials such as demo tapes
and talent directories
to prepare your child for auditions by doing practice auditions
and techniques for auditioning
best way to keep in touch with agents, casting directors, and producers
(it's not telephone or email)
with a manager
You can have all this and more
for an incredible price. People pay hundreds or even thousands of dollars for acting
courses and conventions for their children. The FabJob Guide to Become a Child Actor (A Guide for Parents) contains some of the best
career advice you could get from other sources,
plus much more and can help you avoid costly mistakes.
to expect when your child wins the audition
about unions such as the Screen Actors Guild
parents do that agents and casting directors say is most damaging
to their child's career
not to get ripped off by common scams (such as phony casting calls)
commercial scripts to help your child practice
sample resumes (including a sample resume for a child with little or
no acting experience)
child's welfare while filming a commercial, including schooling
to help your child succeed
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was featured in Woman's World Magazine ("Land Your Dream Job" article).
can't imagine anything that could have put my daughter and me together
in such a positive way. While most teenagers want nothing to do with their
mother, Ashley and I spend many hours a week together. When she wins a
part, we both win. And we celebrate together. The bonding experience is
B, Philadelphia, mother of 14-year-old Ashley (below)
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