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By Jerry Rannow

Jam-packed with dozens of private anecdotes, musings, and warnings from writers, manufacturers, actors, and administrators who've been there, Surviving Hollywood: Your price tag to good fortune presents the entire real-life instruments you wish for shielding your own health and wellbeing in an risky and occasionally unscrupulous undefined. Readers will observe sage recommendation for holding their spirits up regardless of consistent rejection, weathering lengthy classes of unemployment, preserving a sturdy marriage and relations existence in an volatile company, conserving the religion in the course of lies and deceit, and lots more and plenty extra. detailed sections handle such themes because the hazards baby actors face and the way to house egomaniacs with out turning into one. This one-stop source is a must have addition to the library of someone with a Hollywood dream!

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Many writing, directing, producing, and acting careers have been launched by a solid screenplay. Writing a spec screenplay and writing a spec teleplay involve two completely different businesses. The motion picture business is covered in amazing detail in the book Adventures in the Screen Trade, by William Goldman. Terrific information can also be found in Garry Marshall’s fine book, Wake Me When It’s Funny (with Lori Marshall), as well as in my own book, Writing Television Comedy. ACCOUNTS : Suggestions for Scribblers Pay close attention to the following morsels of wisdom from these writing professionals.

In general, an actor needs enormous powers of observation in order to develop a sense of what makes people tick. It helps to observe, with frequency, the work of other actors in good performance—not to copy, but to learn from the best. There are several very practical items that no actor can do without. HEADSHOTS. It’s essential to have a huge stack of 8Љx10Љ headshots, showing your nose in its best light. I would not recommend snapshots taken by your Cousin Dud at the Labor Day family picnic; your headshots should be taken by a professional Hollywood photographer.

She had to fight very hard to get back in that door. When I was producing TV shows, I was often involved in casting sessions where a series of actors would parade through my office in hopes that their script reading would knock me for a loop, and the loop-knockers were invariably those actors who studied and practiced their craft on a regular basis. As a story editor on various series, I would take story pitches from writers and sit there in eager anticipation hoping that some writer would knock me for a literary loop.

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