Casting Frontier Blog

Dec 13, 2018

Creating your own Original Content

As an actor, you’re constantly trying to find work: auditions and casting calls take up a considerable amount of your work time. In these auditions and productions, you’re pretty much at the mercy of the director and the production team,… Read More

Content Creator
Dec 11, 2018

Creating Your Own Original Content

As an actor, you’re constantly trying to find work. As classes, auditions and casting calls can take up a considerable amount of your time – not to mention any side hustles. In auditions and productions, you’re pretty much at the… Read More

Dec 10, 2018

Are Your Acting Goals Realistic?

Do you have a realistic attitude when it comes to your acting career? On her downtime, Hollywood talent manager Wendy Alane Wright likes to teach actors how to land jobs in TV, film, commercials, and print through her Youtube channel…. Read More

Dec 8, 2018

Nicole Kidman and Amy Adams on the Need to Be Flexible

The 2019 Golden Globe nominations are in, and Nicole Kidman and Amy Adams are on the list. Kidman is up for consideration for Best Performance by an Actress in a Motion Picture, and Adams is up for not one, but… Read More

Dec 4, 2018

Aubrey Plaza Decides to Test Free Agency

Legion actress Aubrey Plaza has been developing an athletic skill on Tuesday nights over the past few years, and it’s playing recreational basketball. The comic actress isn’t acting when she dribbles, passes and shoots baskets (or at least attempts to)… Read More

Dec 1, 2018

Ways to Get a Theatrical Agent When You Only Have a Commercial Agent (and vice versa)

While it’s not mandatory, having a talent agent can sure make working as an actor easier. Commercial agents, for example, can schedule profitable commercial auditions for their actors as well as negotiate contracts once a job is booked. And a… Read More

Nov 28, 2018

It’s All in the Details in Private Life

The performances in Private Life simmer, crackle and get right under your skin. We have seen the leading actors Paul Giamatti and Kathryn Hahn strut their nuance, humor, and down-right urban upscale Upper West Side neurotic selves in many other films. But… Read More

Nov 26, 2018

Scenebot App Gives Young Actors a Chance to ‘Be Scene’

Child actors now have a new digital tool to gain acting experience, increase their exposure, and improve their chances of connecting with legitimate casting professionals. By downloading the Scenebot app or visiting the Scenebot website, aspiring actors can “get scene”… Read More

Nov 24, 2018

Ways to Improve Your Self-Tapes to Help Land Auditions

Self-tapes are rapidly growing in popularity within the casting industry and have, in fact, revolutionized the way actors audition. After all, a performer living in, say, Tennessee can audition just as easily for a gig in California as the locals… Read More

Nov 21, 2018

How A Demo Reel Helps Land Acting Jobs

We all know acting is no walk in the park. From casting calls to finding an acting coach, the entire process can be exhausting. Of course an actor’s craft is essential in obtaining acting jobs. But, just as important is… Read More

Nov 19, 2018

‘The Princess Bride’ Screenwriting Star William Goldman Dies at the Age of 87

William Goldman, writer of the cult-classic film The Princess Bride died on Friday at the age of 87 in New York City. The novelist and screenwriting star is also celebrated for his two Academy Award-winning screenplays, Butch Cassidy and the… Read More

Nov 16, 2018

Goodbye to the Superhero of Marvel Comics Stan Lee

The beloved comic book legend, Stan Lee, passed at the age of 95 on November 12th in Los Angeles after being rushed to the hospital. Although the cause of his death has not yet been released, earlier in the year,… Read More

Nov 15, 2018

It’s The Skills

I was on a panel recently and one of the questions we were asked was: “what do you think the most important thing an actor needs to achieve success?” Someone said “passion,” another panelist said “determination.” When it came to… Read More

Acting Class
Nov 15, 2018

The Perfect Class

Training is one of the most important decisions an actor ever faces. You have to pick the right type of class, the best teacher for you and then it helps to do it in the right order. And most of… Read More

Nov 12, 2018

Michael Douglas Gets a Star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame

The seventy-four-year-old veteran actor, director, and producer Michael Douglas just got his star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame! For the prestigious event, he was accompanied by his wife, Catherine Zeta-Jones, and his hundred and one-year-old father, the legendary Spartacus… Read More

Nov 12, 2018

Legendary Location Paramount Ranch Burns Down

The Woolsey Fire relentlessly blazed through the legendary Paramount Ranch on November 9th, leaving significant damage to the set of Westworld. The 2,700-acre ranch nestled in the Santa Monica Mountains was the house to numerous large-scale sets built amongst the… Read More