Tag Archives: CHILD ACTORS
Posted on 07. Feb, 2017 by Cindy Busto & Jody Frank.
Read These 10 Tips Child Actors’ Parents – Especially those who pull double duty as their child’s management. West Coast Counseling Center of Los Angeles specializes in working with the unique and underlying set of issues that arise for Child Actors (and Child Actors’ Parents’) working in the entertainment industry. Sometimes WCCC of Los Angeles consults with a private acting […]
Posted on 09. Jan, 2017 by Editor Tracy Bobbitt.
Top 4 Actor’s Workout Elements by Deborah Lemen Musicians, artists, and dancers are consistently working on their craft. Dancers; step by step, Musicians; note by note, Artists; stroke by stroke. In the same vein, as an actor, it is extremely important to be continually working out on your own and in class, hence here are coach Deborah […]
Posted on 09. Oct, 2016 by Editor Tracy Bobbitt.
HMB Child Stars Attend TROLLS Movie Screening The creators of Shrek and DreamWorks Animation’s presents “Trolls,” an irreverent comedy about the search for happiness, and just how far some will go to get it. This hilarious animated film transports audiences to a colorful, wondrous world populated by the overly optimistic Trolls, who have a constant dance […]
Posted on 20. Sep, 2016 by Editor Tracy Bobbitt.
Child Actors! Learn an applicable, detail-oriented Kids Audition Technique with Ashley Zamora! Actress and Coach Ashley Zamora teaches kids how to conquer pre-audition jitters in order to nail the audition on the first take and deliver a dynamic performance in the room. Ashley instructs kids on how to go into every audition prepared to give a memorable performance. Ashley’s […]
Posted on 19. Sep, 2016 by Editor Tracy Bobbitt.
Hollywood Moms! Flexible Jobs for Parents of Child Actors Are Out There! My name is Kelly Alligood and I am excited to contribute to Hollywood Mom Blog! My daughter, child actor Hannah Alligood, has appeared in the feature films Paper Towns, Miracles From Heaven, and Allegiant. At the time of this writing, her most recent project is […]
Posted on 17. Jul, 2016 by Editor Tracy Bobbitt.
Acting Advice For Child Actors by Anthony Meindl Acting is supposed to be fun. Theatre pieces are called plays, after all. Oftentimes, kids (and their parents, eek) treat an audition like it’s life or death. Get it right, get it perfect, drill baby drill, you get the idea. Often, we forget that there is no […]
Posted on 05. Jul, 2016 by Editor Tracy Bobbitt.
Child Actors Top Audition Secret according to talented coach Helen Gordon! Helen Gordon, of the Helen Gordon Studios, has been coaching young child actors in Los Angeles for 20 years. Her students are some of the most successful child stars, who have worked with Hollywood’s biggest stars. Helen equates the success of her students with the […]
Posted on 27. Jun, 2016 by Editor Tracy Bobbitt.
SAG-AFTRA Young Performers Workshops has spaces available in the upcoming Casting Access Classes and Hollywood Mom Blog wants to get the word out to our Child Actors! Please keep in mind, these workshops are only available to SAG-AFTRA members under the age of 18. To RSVP, go to the SAG-Aftra website. If you have any difficulty […]
Posted on 10. May, 2016 by Editor Tracy Bobbitt.
KIDSPACE Children’s Museum is the Place for Kids this June! And here are the 7 top reasons why! 1) Free Family Night Wednesday, June 1, 4:00-8:00pm: Celebrate the coming summer solstice at Kidspace! Make and wear flower crowns, create your own sundial, and enjoy ancient folktales about the cosmos inside the Kidspace planetarium! Free Family […]
Posted on 06. Apr, 2016 by Editor Tracy Bobbitt.
Ongoing scene study is essential and this is why: for professional child actors, acting is both their craft and their career. Ongoing classes, and scene study in particular, is at the core of an actor’s training and is essential for embarking on a career as an actor. All talent needs to be honed, and acting […]
Posted on 17. Mar, 2016 by Editor Tracy Bobbitt.
Netflix’s “A Series Of Unfortunate Events” Casting Announced. Child actor Malina Weissman will be playing Violet Baudelaire, the eldest of the three siblings. Weissman is represented by Paradigm‘s Ellen Gilbert and managed by Principato-Young Entertainment. She has starred in the short-lived TV Series, Supergirl and the 2014 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles remake. She can be seen next in the Barry […]
Posted on 24. Feb, 2016 by Editor Tracy Bobbitt.
3 Easy Self-Taping Steps for Child Actors! Do you panic when you receive an audition that calls for a self-taped submission? If so, you have two choices: You can make an appointment with your favorite taping service, or you can tackle it yourself. Finding a great taping service in your area may take a bit […]
Posted on 19. Feb, 2016 by Editor Tracy Bobbitt.
What’s Your Audition Missing? “I have found that a number of young actors and actors in the beginning of their careers get frustrated when they don’t book every audition,” says Master Teacher Claire Chubbuck of Chubbuck Youth Studios. Producers, directors and a casting people are looking for the actor who is the character. Not the […]
Posted on 18. Feb, 2016 by Editor Tracy Bobbitt.
KID MYSTERY MOVIE SEEKS NEW STARS … MAYBE JUST LIKE YOU! KNOX CHASE ON THE CASE OF THE VALENTINE’S DAY MYSTERY, based on the new book by Adam Lipsius, will begin filming a feature film version this Summer. The producers of the movie have launched a nationwide, online casting contest. They promise to hire 1 boy, […]
Posted on 11. Feb, 2016 by Editor Tracy Bobbitt.
Hollywood Moms and Child Actors! HMB CASTING CALL Knox Chase on the Case of the Valentine’s Day Mystery Begins Today! The producer of “Napoleon Dynamite” is casting FIVE speaking roles for children approximately 12 years old, as well as numerous adult roles. Project: Knox Chase on the Case of the Valentine’s Day Mystery Audition Dates: Online video […]
Posted on 22. Jan, 2016 by Editor Tracy Bobbitt.
Childrens Multi-Camera Intensive January 30&31 at ShoWorks Entertainment, a two-day educational training course for Multi-Camera Comedy shows. Join ShoWorks Entertainment for a Childrens Multi-Camera Intensive and learn what goes on behind the scenes and learn the process that takes your favorite shows from script to screen. From table reads to script layouts, camera blocking, stage direction, rehearsals, […]
Posted on 12. Jan, 2016 by Editor Tracy Bobbitt.
Top 10 Tips for Pilot Season Welcome to magical, exciting yet sometimes frustrating experience of PILOT SEASON. With 25 years plus as a Casting Director, seven years as a private coach for many working young actors worldwide and as former teen actor myself, I have experienced many years of pilot seasons! It’s guaranteed to be a […]
Posted on 01. Dec, 2015 by Editor Tracy Bobbitt.
Child Actors Handling Audition Rejection & Anxiety was an article Hollywood Mom Blog originally posted 5 years ago – but it’s just as appropriate today. You get the call. Your agent says “Your daughter is perfect for it,” or “Your son is exactly what they are looking for.” You and your child both begin to […]
Posted on 23. Oct, 2015 by Editor Tracy Bobbitt.
The following is a recent message from the union regarding the SAG AFTRA Commercials Contract and how it relates to Child Actors and their parents. Your input as the parent of a professional young performer is requested. Attention All Young Performer Members: As a Young Performer (or the parent of a Young Performer), you have different needs […]