Yesterday as a special we ran part one on Thoughts on How Reps & CDs Rate Actors with guest Jacque Pedersen-Schrimscher. Today is the 2nd Column of 2 Columns. Click here to see part 1.
“Ask Bob Blume”, is a weekly visual column with summary that discuss’ issues pertinent to today’s entertainment industry and appears exclusively here on Times Square Chronicles.
I’m your host and president of Step Forward Entertainment, a talent management and production company located in both New York and Los Angeles.
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We are doing this video to give actors of all levels of skills and experience some insight into what representatives and casting directors look at to rate the level of that actor within the business when making decisions to work with said actor.
For these columns, there will not be a written summary as we really want the viewer to get the feel and texture of what our guest is speaking about.
Level 1 – the Star with the recognizable name to the public
Level 2 – Developmental from limited experience to the consistently working actor who may be requested by casting
Level 3 – Beginner that is just starting out.
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