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ALL LEGIT AGENTS COST NOTHING UPFRONT! And make sure your parents are involved! Agents usually take 10% from what you make from film/tv and commercials and 20% from commercial print. To get an agent, you need to get GREAT headshots, a good resume, and training from the best. These are enough to get you a commercial agent at least. Getting a GOOD theatrical agent (Film/tv) takes longer. Most good theatrical agents won't see you unless you're SAG, have a polished resume, and a demo reel. Commercial agents are more lenient about that. What the best Commercial agents want to see on your resume are good commercial classes, improv, and cold reading. You can get an agent multiple ways. Here are a few common ways: -Mail in an unsealed manilla envelope with a CONCISE coverletter and headshot with the resume stapled on the back. If you have a demoreel include that too. -Attend a showcase and impress them. By showcase I do not mean scammy conventions like IMTA, Proscout, or Best New Talent. I mean legit ones like at TVI, Reel pros, etc. -Get a referral from a friend who is with the agency that you're interested in DON'T -Email them unless they tell you to. IT'S UNPROFESSIONAL! -Call unless they tell you to. ALSO UNPROFESSIONAL! -Walk in and ask for a meeting. UNPROFESSIONAL THREE! -Sign with them if they ask for upfront money, make you take new photos with THEIR photographer, or take THEIR classes. Agent's ONLY make money when you do. Agents usually make 10% on film/tv and commercials and 20% on commercial print. Excluding the Big 5 (CAA, ICM, William Morris, UTA, Endeavor) and B Agencies (Gersh, Paradigm, Stone Manners) which DON'T take new talent or people without celebrity endorsements or actual film/tv credits, here are the top agencies in LA: Top Commercial Agencies(*=definite winners): KSR * Abrams * CESD * Diverse * Coast to Coast * Daniel Hoff * Commercial Talent * Commercials Unlimited Innovative Artists * Independent Artists Flick Commercials DPM DDO Venture IAB Sutton, Barth, Venari * Arlene Thornton and Associates Pantheon * Beverly Hecht Don Buchwald and Associates * M. Greene and associates AKA * Amsel, Eisenstadt & Frazier Brady, Brannon, and Rich * Brass Artists Aqua Special Artists Agency Amatruda, Benson, and Assoc. Angel City BiCoastal Clear Talent Group Lemon Lime Park Hills Talent LW1 Mavrick Momentum NTA Up and Comers: -Talentworks (Emily Hope from ACME is here) -BMG (Shanna Randell from Bobby Ball is here) Theatrical Agents: -Abrams -Coast to Coast -Amsel Eisenstadt Frazier -House of Representatives -Daniel Hoff -M. Greene and associates -Agency for the Performing Arts -AKA -Diverse -Media Artists Group -GVA -Gage -Geddes -Talentworks -Kohner -Metropolitan -Domain -Peter Strain -The Glick Agency -IFA -Pakula King -David Shapira -Sovereign
I did modeling school at 14. IMO, it was a total waste of money. Nothing really happened for me even though I learned things. I wouldn't say it was worth the thousands I spent though. It is simply a business to teach you about the industry. You really don't need it. I tried again at 25 and got some time for print photos free of charge for a portfolio. Since then, I've never paid for photos and have gotten small jobs with the portfolio I built. It's tricky for your daughter because she does need photos, but I wouldn't send her off as a subject for a professional photographer wanting to build his portfolio. I'd say you're going to have to put some money out somewhere to get a headshot, 3/4 shots and full length shots professionally done. Then, you can start out looking for casting calls in ads or visit actual agencies with the photos. The best thing to do is visit the agencies though, but like the other guy said, you should not have to pay for anything. They take a small percentage from the jobs you get.
No acting/modeling agencies should charge up-front fees. Those are scams.
Yea no acting or model agencies should charge you up front!!!