Waiting Tables, Dodging Bullets: An Actor's Guide To Surviving Los Angeles
Thinking about moving to Los Angeles to be an actor? Then you need this book. This is a book about all the crazy things you ll encounter as you start your new life in Los Angeles. You need this book. Especially if you aren t intimately acquainted with this ridiculous, over-the-top, celebrity-riddled, coke-infested, smoggy, earthquake-prone, tofu-eating, laid-back, purse-dog-carrying, who-you-know ...
Paperback: 144 pages
Publisher: Wheatmark; 1st edition (November 14, 2008)
Product Dimensions: 5 x 0.3 x 8 inches
Amazon Rank: 5818869
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“A very enjoyable read. This isn't about how to be an actor, it's about how to survive while being an actor. There are tips on where to live, what kinds of jobs to get, how to find an agent, and other subjects, told with amusing anecdotes by the autho...”
ity. This book is current, hip, funny, and written by two young guys for younger people. You need it. In Waiting Tables, Dodging Bullets, Brendan Brandt and Charles Hayes walk you through the arc of a young new actor s career and tell you how to navigate LA without getting shot. With advice on making the big move, getting settled, finding employment outside of acting, spotting soulless scam artists from hell, cracking the Pandora s box that is SAG, dealing with (and loving) rejection, booking your first job, taking acting classes, (not) doing extra work, creating your own work, compromising your integrity, and more, Brandt and Hayes cover it all, sharing their own off-the-wall experiences along the way.
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