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How do you get a part in a movie without an agent?

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2011-09-13 02:26:01
2011-09-13 02:26:01

if you live in California you can read 'backstage west' which comes out every Thursday and is usually available at barnes and noble...or you can find websites on the internet that list casting notices...but if you want to be in a movie you have to be able to act first, so if you haven't taken any classes then I recommend you do. Because if you become a good enough actor you can audition at agencies in your area and if they like you, then they'll sign you, and so on.

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