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  • NAB - Keeping in touch with your agent 01/12/2018  9:08am

    So, I want to get better about communicating with my agent. I know his door's always open, but sometimes I feel like I'm either getting to often or like I'm not getting in touch enough and he might not know what I'm up to.

    So what's everybody's strategies with that. Do you send a weekly e-mail? Monthly? Daily? Stop by their offices?

    Tyrannosaurus Rex

    Bump...also curious about this

    Ru.Fi.Oooo 01/12/2018  4:50pm

    If you have legitimately something to share, it's fine.

    If you're taking a new class or uploaded a new clip or have something to ask.

    A check in is fine every once in a while if it's slow and you don't have anything new to tell them. Just don't do that a lot.

    Usually my most communication is when a lot of auditions are happening, callbacks, bookings etc. Otherwise, I talk to my manager weekly. Sometimes daily if we are waiting to hear on projects.

    filmandtheatreactress 01/12/2018  6:50pm