Excuse Me Please, I’m Having my own Hollywood Moment.
By Hollywood Mom|2009-04-25T14:52:24-07:00April 25th, 2009|Categories: Child Stars, Parents of Child Actors, THE HOLLYWOOD LIFE|Tags: Acting, acting agencies, acting agencies in los angeles, acting agency, acting agent, acting agents, acting agents for kids, acting agents in new york, acting and modeling, acting and modeling agencies, acting audition, acting auditions, acting auditions casting calls, acting auditions for disney channel, Acting Auditions for kids, acting auditions in chicago, acting auditions in miami, acting auditions movies, acting auditions nyc, acting calls, acting class, acting classes, acting classes chicago, acting classes for kids, acting classes in atlanta, acting classes in la, acting classes la, acting classes los angeles, acting for children, acting for kids, acting in movies auditions, acting jobs, acting jobs for disney channel, acting jobs for kids, acting los angeles, acting managers and agents, acting movie, acting movies, acting roles for kids, acting tips, acting websites, actors needed, agencies for acting, agent for acting, agents for acting, audition for movie, audition movie, audition to be an actress, auditions for commercials, auditions for disney channel, auditions for disney channel 2011, auditions for kid movies, auditions for kids, auditions for movies, auditions for nickelodeon, baby commercial auditions, baby modeling agencies, become a disney channel star, becoming an actor, best acting classes, best acting in a movie, best kid actors, best kids actors, brand advocate, casting agents, Casting Calls, casting calls for kids, child acting, child acting agencies, child acting agents, child auditions, child modeling, child star agents, child star auditions, child talent agencies, children acting auditions, children actors, children modeling agencies, commercial auditions, commercial auditions for kids, commercial casting calls, Crib Rock Couture, disney channel acting auditions, disney channel auditions, disney channel auditions for kids, disney child actors then and now, disney movie auditions, do child actors go to school, film auditions, good agents for acting, hollywood casting calls, hollywood movie auditions, how to get children into acting, i wanna be an actor, i want to be famous, kid acting auditions, kid auditions, kid auditions 2012, kid auditions for movies, kid modeling, kid modeling agencies, kids acting agents, kids acting auditions, kids auditions for movies, kids modeling agencies, la auditions, local auditions, los angeles acting, modeling agencies, modeling agencies for kids, modeling and acting, modeling and acting agencies, modeling and acting agencies in los angeles, modeling auditions, modeling for kids, modeling jobs, modeling jobs for kids, movie acting, movie acting auditions, movie auditions, movie auditions 2011, movie auditions for kids, movie auditions for teenagers, movie casting calls, movie extras, movies acting, movies auditions for kids, old child actors, online acting auditions, online acting classes, Open Casting Calls, play auditions, product placement, talent agencies, talent agencies for kids, talent agency, talent agent, The Hangover, top acting agencies, top acting classes, Tracy Bobbitt, upcoming movie auditions, young actors then and now, young children actors|1 Comment
I espouse the philosophy that as Momagers, the entertainment business needs to be all about our kids and their experiences whether they're stars, working actors or newbies just getting started in the business. However, as a business person, brand advocate and a full-fledged marketing addict, I'm throwing that philosophy completely aside for the day. If