Recently I was fortunate enough to cast a project in Los Angeles called 'So In Love' that required specific actors to work on a short film. My job was to find the best actors available for the film. During the submission period, I was contacted by a Client Services Department representative of One Source Talent, a company that assists casting directors in locating their talent needs. I ended up learning a great deal about the company, and found myself utilizing their services shortly after I completed casting 'So In Love'. I was contacted by the casting department for the Warner Bros. Pictures feature film "PEREGRINE'S HOME FOR PECULIARS", and they requested my assistance in finding a male actor who is legal 18 to play 17 year old for the lead role. When reaching out to One Source Talent with my casting needs, I was quickly provided with the tools necessary to locate the actors. Another recent film required a 10-year-old East Indian boy for a feature film. One Source Talent provided me a list of actors for that role within 15 minutes of my request. So from a casting directors perspective, I am very impressed by One Source Talent. I plan to utilize their services when casting roles, and letting my casting director community friends know about the services.
Hi my name is Camela im 15 years old but I'm about to be 16 on 14 july and i really want to be an actor and i just want someone to help me start it i want to be in a commercial because i play soccer and basketball and im learning how to play guitar .i aready have my headshots and everything but i don't have resume because i acted and model when i was back in my country.please i just want someone to help me so i can show the world what im capable of and prove my mom and people who don't believe in me worng.i also love dancing.i will be such a big accomplig if some give me a call at 3016750284!thank you so much!i promise you wont regret calling me.the only problem is i don't have money that's is why my mom doesn't think i can do it.
The job of a talent agency is to sell talent. It is not an extraordinary thing for a print model to be asked to take off his shirt. An agency has to know what they are selling. If someone mumbles it is also not unusual for a talent agent to suggest they open their mouth a little wider when they speak. The goal is to help you increase your marketability. My experience of the Alvarado Rey Agency has always been that of professional behavior and people who genuinely care about getting people work. But if it appears that you are not marketable- yes, they will release you so you can perhaps find someone who thinks they can sell you.