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The NYC Actor Podcast: Michelle Walson and Christine Giorgio discuss auditioning and casting their latest film.

I sat down with director Michelle Walson and producer Christine Giorgio to discuss how they auditioned and cast their film “Chin Up.” They share some great information about headshots, basic audition etiquette and how casting director Mary Clay Boland helped them find the perfect cast.

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It’s not all about New York

I woke up to this email today. It was in the comments field of another post and I felt like I should share it: Hello Mrs Angela, I’ve been wanting to be an actress since I was 10 years old. I am 18 years old now, and it has been difficult. I have learned that […]

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Advice for the week: Don’t sweat the small stuff.

I was just in a group commercial audition where the assistant went through our names quickly to make sure he had the right people in the room and one of the actors pounced on him for mis-pronouncing his name. It took the air out of the room and the assistant was visibly irritated. For those […]

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