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Trying to be something you’re not never works. Not in life, and especially not in the casting world. Paradoxical as that may seem, as someone who has spent some time in the industry, this is an important concept to grasp if one wants to maintain a positive reputation. You see, much like nearly any other profession, time is money for... See more
Anyone in film can tell you, lighting is everything. Well, maybe not everyone but lighting sure is important. When it comes to headshots there are two different options: studio lighting or natural lighting. But which one is better? Well, there are pros and cons to both. Natural lighting can bring out the most vibrant colors. So for blue eyes, green... See more
This year, Take 3 Talent is taking Hollywood by storm! Our very talented CARLA OUDIN and DEVIN FABRY are receiving a lot of attention for their appearances in the recently released Trainwreck starring Amy Shumer! But that isn’t the only summer blockbuster to feature our actors! Pixels, another recent premiere, features our very own JARED RILEY. Jared had a blast... See more
With today’s easy access to cameras and editing software, actors are being called upon more and more often to tape their own auditions. Not only do self tapes allow casting directors to see a larger number of actors, they also present a great opportunity for New York actors to audition for LA projects. However, due to the huge amount of... See more
Why do I need a demo reel? Casting directors do not waste time. That means calling in the best actors for the role, and only working with those who prove themselves to be the strongest overall. With thousands of actors vying for auditions and roles, it’s important to set yourself apart and use every advantage available to you. In the industry today, headshots... See more
Here at Take 3 Talent, the more we work on voice overs, the more we realize how difficult it is to book a voice over job! It seems easy… you might have a GREAT voice, maybe you’ve booked some cool on-camera jobs, but booking a VO is a completely different animal. The key to successfully making the transition into voice... See more
Thoughts from the Intern: Looking through talent submissions and meeting new potential clients, I see a lot of the same mistakes over and over. Here’s a quick run-down of easily avoidable mistakes to keep your headshot out of the “do not call” pile. 1) Lying in your skills section: A good special skills section of your resume is a great... See more
It is important to always have your materials up-to-date, and passports have become one of the most common materials requested of a talent. We are seeing more and more auditions that are filming out of the country and even having some of their final callbacks out there. That means, if you want the job then you need to have a... See more
In the acting world, keeping a good relationship with your agent is of the utmost importance! Many times, people will ask us if there are any “do’s” or “don’ts” related to the agent/actor dynamic. Here are our 6 tips in order to keep your agent happy! STAY FRESH!  Being an actor, you’ve got to keep brushed up on your skills... See more
Taking the perfect headshot is imperative to getting your foot in the door. It your calling card and it is often the only thing that casting directors look at when choosing actors to come in for an audition. Here are some tips for you to follow when taking your next headshots. In terms of your look, keep it simple. Choose... See more
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