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May 30, 2017

Remembering Roger Moore

James Bond actor Roger Moore died earlier this week at the age of 89. The debonair British star is best known for replacing Sean Connery in seven of the secret-agent movies between 1973 and 1985. Moore’s adult children, Deborah, Geoffrey… Read More

Oct 8, 2015

Living The “Slices” Not Written

    Your agent sends you the scenes for your audition, and if you’re lucky, the script too. You take the time to read the script and it gives you information about the story, the characters, and the relationships. Then… Read More

Sep 10, 2015

Comedy is a Serious Craft! (PART TWO)

Being aware of what makes up your personal “funny,” finding the comedy in yourself and your everyday life, is vital to becoming a successful comedy actor. As I mentioned in PART ONE, in order to be funny you must tap into… Read More

Sep 9, 2015

Nurture Yourself And Find Your Hidden Talent

I get calls from Hollywood agents and managers all the time asking me if I believe a certain actor has talent. Very rarely do I say, ‘no’ because most actors have talent. I remember Stella Adler once said, “You have… Read More

Aug 16, 2015

Be Like Mike — Michael Jordan’s Gatorade Commercial and The Power of Dedication

You may have noticed Gatorade has been running a “Be Like Mike” revival campaign over the last few weeks. The classic Be Like Mike spot aired 23 years ago, and it was a ubiquitous marketing operation that proved to be… Read More

Aug 13, 2015

Casting Frontier’s New Way to Connect with Representation

Earlier this month, Casting Frontier changed the way that talent adds their profiles to managers’ and agents’ rosters.  Casting Frontier allows agents and managers to view actor profiles in a “pending” file.  Agents and managers can choose to approve that talent’s profile… Read More

Jul 31, 2015

My Truth Is Different Than Your Truth

  There is a phrase that I love… “The Precision of Pain, the Blurriness of Joy.” This phrase hits on a universal truth. When we are joyous (our natural state), all seems well and flowing. The flow stops with the… Read More

Mar 5, 2015

‘Knight of Cards’ Seeks Discoveries through ‘Torpedoing’

Terrence Malick’s impressionistic drama Knight of Cups made its world premiere at the Berlin Film Festival in February starring Christian Bale. The elusive Malick, who refuses to be interviewed, is a highly regarded American film director known for his unconventional approach… Read More

Dec 18, 2014

Happy Holidays from Casting Frontier

All of us at Casting Frontier would like to thank you for choosing our digital casting technologies, and extend our warmest wishes to you and your family this holiday season. Here’s to a New Year filled with an abundance of… Read More

Nov 23, 2014

Casting Frontier’s Thanksgiving Sale

40% Off a Yearly Premium or Premium Plus Profile through Thanksgiving!* All of us here at Casting Frontier want to thank you, the aspiring talent, for taking part in our incredible success! More and more casting professionals are migrating to our… Read More

Nov 6, 2014

Wayne Brady Shares His Struggles with Depression

Comedian, actor, singer, and television personality Wayne Brady knows how to leave people in stitches with his impromptu comical songs, one-line deliveries, and overall brilliant talent on shows like Whose Line Is It Anyway?, The Wayne Brady Show, and the CBS… Read More

Sep 7, 2014

What to Learn from the Massive Celebrity Hacked-Photos Scandal

It’d be hard to miss the headlines about Hollywood stars’ iCloud accounts being hacked. What should have been private photos–including several nude photos intended for only specific and personal eyes–were suddenly made public. Apparently, Apple’s iCloud online backup service had… Read More

Apr 17, 2014

Actor vs. Director: An Eighties’ Face Off

In one of the most memorable romantic moments in movie history, John Cusack defiantly raises a boombox above his head in the 1989 film Say Anything to serenade his true love with the song In Your Eyes by Peter Gabriel…. Read More

Apr 12, 2014

How Well Do You Receive Feedback?

When you’re auditioning, it is common for the casting director to advise you to try your reading a different way such as, “Can you add more enthusiasm?” or “Let’s see a bit more surprise.” But sometimes the feedback given is less… Read More

Nov 21, 2013

Unprecedented Convenience for Actors on the Go

Immersed with classes, auditions, work, commuting, and holiday shopping? Well, Casting Frontier’s Actor on the Go Version 2 can help streamline your busy schedule by keeping you connected to your acting career anywhere at any time. What does TCF Actor on the Go Version 2… Read More