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The Growing Demand for Multi-Cam and What Actors Need To Know

Any actor who wants to work in television needs to know and understand the differences between multi-cam and single-cam. With COVID-19, growing measures are being put in place by productions to make sure that you, the cast and crew, are safe. Productions are looking at filming more efficiently, and the use of multi-cam is quickly growing in popularity.
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Coronavirus + The UK Film & TV Industry

For those of us behind the scenes or on-screen, film sets have been in lockdown just like everywhere else and the industry came to a holt. It was hard to imagine what a Film or TV set might look like operating with COVID-19 guidelines, but slowly, productions are reopening including Actors Studio and we have implemented new ways of working in accordance to government guidelines and advice from the British Film Institute.  Continue reading Coronavirus + The UK Film & TV Industry

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My Experience With Acting

Having been in the ‘business’ nearly 20 years (working in different areas), I thought I would write about some of my personal experiences and knowledge to offer support and advice to actors both professional and aspiring.

This first blog details my own personal views which some may not agree with, but I hope there is something that helps. The following is aimed at aspiring actors, but professionals may appreciate the content. Continue reading My Experience With Acting

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The Role Of A Casting Director & How They Can Support Actors

While most actors are aware of casting directors and appreciate they are the people who can offer actors work, many do not fully understand the role of a casting director. Understanding their role will give you an opportunity to build a successful relationship with them and as a result, give you a better chance of being seen for roles.

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A Guide to Self-Taping (While you Self-Isolate).

As the film industry reopens for business, self-taping is more important than ever with almost every CD choosing online tapes over physical auditions. This makes it a perfect time for you to dust off your tripod and microphone to practise your taping skills at home. In this post I am going to address some the technical elements of putting together a solid self-tape, and cover some of the misconceptions on what to wear and how to present yourself. Continue reading A Guide to Self-Taping (While you Self-Isolate).