Category Archives: Casting directors

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No Warpaint and other Headshot Tips

Quality counts, folks. I just came upon this hilarious (and real) advice in a recent casting call post for a movie being filmed in Hudson Valley. I feel for the casting directors! I see a […]

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Casting call THIS WEEKEND: Spielberg film!

Hey, clients! Great opportunity for your 6-9 year old son:  a new Spielberg film will be casting this weekend in NYC.

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This kid’s got range

Look at the range of expressions and emotions this young actor achieved in his recent headshot session. He’s sure to capture the attention of casting directors and managers as he sets out on new auditions.  

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Many roles await her

This pretty teenager has a look that can play a bunch of different ways. If I were a casting agent, I could see her as lead in a teen romance, a family drama, a sitcom, […]

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2 child actors on the verge

Both of these young actors connected with my camera — the elder boy has a deep charisma and a sweet charm, his younger sibling a buoyant enthusiasm and a gregarious attitude. Whether commercial or theatrical, […]

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1 actress, 2 goals, 3 very different headshots

What’s the difference between a commercial and a legit (or theatrical) headshot?  Most actors need at least one of each, because a legit headshot is used when you audition for theater, film and television dramas, and […]

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7 upcoming casting opportunities, 4 in NYC

Just in case you missed it, I’m reposting Backstage’s May 1 announcement of 7 upcoming casting opportunities.  Most are in NYC, but the one I’d go for is a quick trip down to NOLA / […]

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Dynamic Duo: Actress and Model

It’s plain to see that tiny model Scarlette got a huge dose of good looks from her actress mother, Shaina.  These clients showed up for their appointment at my studio practically illuminated from within, making […]

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My client landed Tina Fey movie

Have you seen the Tina Fey movie Admission yet?  It’s funny and sweet, and it’s currently running on HBO.  I enjoyed it even more because I spotted one of my young head shot clients, Nadia Alexander. […]

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Just what are your intentions?

If you’re an actor in need of a headshot, it’s generally for one of 3 reasons:  (1) your brother / best friend / self took your current shot (whoops);  (2) your last headshot is 7 […]

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