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What Talent Agents Look For, Part 4.2 – Talent Agent and Talent Manager: Phil Brock

Your Host Maria Felipe
Published: Wednesday, November 9th, 2011

 

 

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Phil Brock is a former actor and wants actors to be treated as he wanted to be treated when he was an actor. Part of the process of an actor auditioning for an agent, it should just be part of the audition process. If they are auditioning everyday, then no audition should be huge.

 

Be that actor that walks into the room and lights the room up. Don’t be the actor that sucks out the life of the room. Prepare so that your work is solid.

 

Studio Talent Group
1328 Twelfth Street
Santa Monica CA 90401

 

Insights into Talent Agents is a Featured Story on Actors Reporter, a site on the Actors Podcast Network, a Pepper Jay Production.

 

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2 Responses to “What Talent Agents Look For, Part 4.2 – Talent Agent and Talent Manager: Phil Brock”

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  2. […] Insights into Talent Agents with Phil Brock, Part 4.2 – (Mobile Version) Phil Brock is a former actor and wants actors to be treated as he wanted to be treated when he was an actor. Part of the process of an actor auditioning for an agent, it should just be part of the audition process. If they are auditioning everyday, then no audition should be huge. Be that actor that walks into the room and lights the room up. Don’t be the actor that sucks out the life of the audition room. […]

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