Actor Boss Etiquette

How to Be an Actor Everyone Freaking Loves
Rating: 4.4 out of 5 (21 ratings)
1,490 students
Actor Boss Etiquette
Rating: 4.4 out of 5 (21 ratings)
1,490 students
Social etiquette on set
Audition etiquette at the casting office
Communication etiquette with a talent agent
Marketing etiquette for all of your contacts
Online etiquette to attract your best fans (bonus)

Requirements

  • Primarily identifies as on-camera talent or planning to transition to on-camera acting
  • Recently signed with a talent agent or plans to actively seek one within the next year
  • Currently qualifies as non-union or SAG-e
Description

Ever wonder what's it's like to be a working actor after you actually sign with an agency? Most aspiring actors only care about how to get a talent agent, but that's just the beginning.  After signing with my agency, I realized that I was utilizing business and social etiquette way more than I was actually acting, but I couldn't find anyone teaching etiquette in a class specifically for actors.

Learn the Business and Social Etiquette Basics of Being a Working Actor

In this course, you'll learn:

  • How to best socialize on set

  • How to correctly carry yourself in the casting office

  • How to communicate well with your talent agent

  • How to properly market yourself to your contacts

  • How to start attracting your best fans online (bonus!)

At the end of this course, you'll be able to confidently interact with the key people supporting your success.

This is an important (yet often overlooked) characteristic of a professional, working actor. You'll be interacting with others a lot more than you'll actually be acting, which no one told me! I'm sharing can't-miss stories and practical tips directly from my acting experiences so that you can be prepared for those same scenarios because they will happen if you decide work professionally.

This course is a great fit for:

  • Extras and background artists that are ready to take it to the next level

  • Theatre actors looking to transition into the on-camera world

  • Actors that have signed with a talent agent within the last year or plan to within the next year

  • Anyone interested in becoming an actor but isn't sure what to do or what to expect

Click Enroll Now for the introduction to see if this free course is a good fit for you.

Who this course is for:
  • Beginner actors looking to learn the ins-and-outs of being a professional actor
Course content
6 sections • 7 lectures • 1h 9m total length
  • What You Need to Know About Actor Boss Etiquette
    00:54
  • 1 Set Etiquette Tip That Makes Actors Instantly More Attractive
    04:15
  • Casting Office Etiquette to Make You Look Like a Boss
    15:11
  • Communication Etiquette to Secretly Be Your Talent Agent's Favorite Actor
    09:38
  • The Absolute Best Follow-Up Etiquette Every Actor Should Start Using Right Now
    25:15
  • Crucial Step Every Actor Must Take ASAP
    13:39
  • BONUS LECTURE: Actor Boss Personal Branding Kickstart
    00:08

Instructor
Spurgeon Perkins
  • 4.5 Instructor Rating
  • 22 Reviews
  • 1,698 Students
  • 3 Courses

I teach actors how to be their own boss with Actor Boss Workflow.

Since I signed with my talent agent in 2016, I've been fortunate enough to book with major brands such as Audi, Hoover, Bank of America, Pepsi, Harris Teeter, and Fortnite: Nintendo Switch.

Are you an actor that primarily identifies as on-camera talent? If yes, then you're in the right place. If you want acting to be more than a hobby, then Actor Boss is for you.

I created the Actor Boss Workflow to help you build a solid foundation for acting career growth. It consists of three stages:

Stage 1: Money

Stage 2: Management

Stage 3: Marketing


Not sure where you are in Actor Boss Workflow? Click the website button on my Udemy profile to see all three stages.

See you there!

P.S.--You can get back to Udemy from my site.