The Agent

Any actor who dreams of stardom knows they need a great agent.

An agent is an actor’s representative and go-between. They look out for and speak on the actor’s behalf with regard to potential projects and roles. The agent also discusses and works-out the details of potential offers.

Sometimes an agent arranges meetings to introduce the actor to casting directors, executives, producers, and other individuals who make decisions about roles. This is so that when certain opportunities arise, those individuals think of the actor.

Should An Actor First Find an Agent Before You Look for Auditions?

No. An actor first needs to land roles before an agent will represent you. An agent makes money when the actors they represents land roles, so they, naturally, only want to sign actors with proven records of success. And, in some cases, someone they greatly trusts highly recommends.

How Do You Get an Agent to Notice You?

Actors need to put themselves out there if they ever want an agent to sign them. They do that by acting in plays, short films, student films, and taking classes. Such allows agents to notice them and/or allows them to make connect with individuals who personally know agents.

In essence, most of the actors who successfully sign with agents are the ones who found ways to be signed. This statement was not meant to be cheeky. It meant that some of the actors who actively look for and pursues ways to gain agents have a much better chance of having an agent sign them.

Rod Rowland Coaching

Rod Rowling is a highly successful actor who offers acting coaching. He’s appeared in over 100 television series and movies including American Horror Story, Criminal Minds, CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, Willows in the Wind, CSI: Miami, NCIS: Los Angeles, and The Closer, just to name a few.

Rod offers private, one-on-one acting sessions that are beginner friendly and uniquely tailored to each actor’s age, type, strengths, and weaknesses. An actor can attend classes in-person, at Rod’s North Hollywood studio, or take online acting classes or Skype acting classes, from any location.

Sessions with Rod are completely unlike any class from the multitude of unfamiliar acting teachers at those Hollywood Acting Schools or the myriad of unknown, unverified sites where you can book online acting coaches. He’s a proven, veteran actor who is still very active in the business. His sessions are equal to years at the best acting schools and several weekend workshops. And, his reasons for coaching are to help aspiring actors achieve the success he’s enjoying.

Help Finding an Agent

After an actor has completed Rod’s curriculum, he connects them to his actor, producer associate, whose artist placement company has connections with agents throughout the country. Agents have signed ninety percent of the students that completed Rod’s advanced packages and they have also landed professional paying acting jobs.

No one, not even Rod, however, can guarantee success, but actors who bring their energy and dependability to his sessions have great odds.

Rod is, without doubt, the best in in the country and one of the best ways a talented actor can connect with an agent.

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Professional Actors Classes

In 1997 Rod Rowland was cast in the X-Files. In an interview around that time, Rod explained that he played an on-the-edge, depressed killer that heard voices from a tattoo on his arm. Rod added that he also wanted fans to sympathize with his character. His goals were to portray the character realistically and to “nail” the scenes.

Actors rarely talk like that in interviews. They mostly discuss the overall project or simply respond to the interviewer’s questions. Not Rod. Rod’s focus was on developing the character, making him authentic, and delivering a great performance. Once again, that’s rare.

Rod Rowling Coaching

Most actors follow the script as written and all of them usually perform the character the exact same way. Casting directors, however, are seeking something unique. And, that’s something Rod has been perfecting his entire career. It’s how he’s been so successful. It’s helped him appear in over 100 television series and films, including The Mentalist, Burn Notice, NCIS Los Angeles, Criminal Minds, Longmire, and Those Who Kill, just to name a few.

When Rod first started out, he sought guidance, but his acting teachers were themselves actors who only landed one or two roles at best. Most meant well, but tried to teach obsolete techniques even they didn’t comprehend and were never able to successfully use. And, unfortunately, that’s usually the kind of instructors who teach in most Hollywood acting schools.

As time passed, Rod created and developed his technique, and when he finally perfected it, his career path suddenly and drastically changed for the better. And, now, because he understands the frustration and loss of resources that so many aspiring actors face, he wants to help teach them all he has learned. The difference with Rod is that he is a highly successful actor who is still currently working. His techniques are current, comprehensible, and self-proven. And, his motivation is to help others.

How Rod Teaches

Rod teaches privately and one-on-one, through sessions that are customized to each actor’s strengths, weaknesses, type, and age. Rod conducts lessons live, at his North Hollywood studio. No problem, however, if you reside elsewhere, as he also conducts online acting classes and skype acting classes.

Most of the students who have completed Rod’s advanced packages now have agents and flourishing acting careers. While Rod cannot specifically guarantee success, he can say that your odds can only increase as long as you consistently commit to your training and dedicate all of your energy.

At least just imagine reading lines with and learning from a veteran actor. Twelve one-hour sessions with Rod is equal to years of study with the highest quality acting school and weeks of workshops with casting directors.

It’s time to stop throwing away your money and wasting time. Contact Rod today.

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Online Acting Classes and Coaching

For every successful actor, there are thousands of others struggling. Acting isn’t like other careers, where the path to success is clear, easily understood, and basically guaranteed. For example, we all basically know that if a person wanted to be a successful accountant, they need to attend college and major in accounting, study hard and get goods grades, secure a job after graduation, and work diligently. Other careers are essentially similar – teaching, nursing, medical technology, hairstyling, etc. Acting, however, is completely different.

Someone hoping to just earn a living as an actor could attend one of the best college acting programs or acting schools, earn the highest grades, receive rave reviews from teachers and peers, and even be cast in a few movies, television programs, and theater productions, but still not be able to support themself with what they earn through acting. Yet, another individual who never took one acting class could conceivably become the next Academy Award winning actor.

Unfortunately, too, many acting teachers are failed actors or people who never acted before. Such individuals have never stood before a room full of strangers and had to pour out their emotions for a dramatic audition, have never been asked to memorize an entire page of lines in mere minutes, or have never had to hide their heartbreak when they’re interrupted and abruptly dismissed.

Of course some prosper through luck and from being in the right place at the right time. Realistically, though, many credit their achievements to training by someone who had already attained success. Such an individual provided them with valuable inside secrets and offered them with the actual tools they needed to reach their goals.

Rod Rowland Coaching

Actor Rod Rowling, a highly successful actor who’s appeared on dozens of television series and films, including Greys Anatomy, NCIS, NCIS New Orleans, “Castle, and American Horror Story, just to name a few, spent years trying to learn from the wrong individuals and striving to get good roles. He empathizes with struggling actors and now wants to help them achieve the success they deserve.

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Through his website (http://www.rodrowlandcoaching.com), you can schedule online acting classes, where from your home, office, or wherever you like, privately, online, you can learn to deliver powerful performances, be it at an audition, on set, or on stage.

While success can never be guaranteed, agents have signed many of Rod’s students and they have gone on to enjoy thriving careers.

As well, you can book online acting coaches and receive private coaching.

Achieve Success in Your Professional Acting Career

Put the term “Hollywood Acting schools” into an Internet search engine and you’ll get over 2 million results. Using quotes to narrow down the selections still gives you over 4,300 choices of acting schools, universities, classes, workshops, in California, as well as New York and in several states in between. If you’re looking to begin a professional acting career and wish to seek training, which do you choose and where do you go? All of them, of course, claim to be the best and produce the most results.

Actor Rod Rowland spent his twenties trying to find the right the right trainers, but instead, wasted time trusting those who simply called themselves experts. Their pompous manners and useless techniques never helped him win auditions and he actually felt as though he never trained at all. He just wasted his time and money. Even after he secured a few roles, he remained unsure of what he needed to do on-set.

Fortunately, Rod went on to attain more roles and has since appeared in over sixty television series and films, including Grey’s Anatomy, Castle, American Horror Story, Weeds, Cold Case, NCIS, and NCIS New Orleans, just to name a few. He never forgot, though, the struggles he endured, the time and money he wasted, and the overwhelming frustration and uncertainty. He empathized deeply with actors still trying to attain their goals and wanted to give them the skills and tools he learned.

Rod Rowland Coaching

Rod’s private acting sessions, which you can take online, through Facetime, or Skype, will help you develop your acting talent and allow you to deliver proficient, dynamic performances, whether it’s for an audition, on-set, or on stage. Through Ron, you will amaze directors with your ability to take direction and remain in constant demand. Because Ron knows exactly what to do, he will show you exactly what to do.

Rod’s techniques also help you memorize lines, breakdown characters, and effectively rehearse. His methods are unique and taught only by him.

Solid agents have signed a majority of Rod’s students and they have gone on to enjoy thriving acting careers. While success cannot be guaranteed, the odds are pretty good with Rod! If you bring your commitment, energy, dedication, and consistency, he’ll tailor your sessions to your needs and place you on the path to acting success.

See his website at: http://www.rodrowlandcoaching.com

Online Acting Coaching

Rod also offers online Coaching, also through Facetime or Skype.

The Audition

Most actors hate auditioning. Really hate it. And, for good reason. It’s an extremely stressful act of desperation, performed in front of apathetic strangers. The actor puts all they have into their performance, pour out their emotions, and compete against a group of others just like them, some of whom may even be close friends, for one single opportunity, and prays with all they have they did well and were liked. When they’re through, the strangers, without a word about their performance and without making eye contact, wave them away, and say nothing about their acting.

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Once home, the actor analyzes every single second they spent in the audition room and sees every moment as an error and continually berates themselves as they anxiously wait for the phone to ring and/or search emails for a response, all the while still praying it’s a positive and that they were liked. If it’s a positive response, they’re euphoric. They’ve succeeded. They’re loved. But, if it’s negative – there’s never an explanation – just a cold-hearted, essential, “we reject you” that when read, feels like a punch in the stomach. The evil rejecter provides no reason and offers no advice. The actor then instantly doubts their talent, future, and abilities.

And, then there’s the next audition. Oy vey.

How an Acting Coach Can Help

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Acting Coaches understand the pain and fear actors have regarding auditions. Because they currently work in the field or once did, they know for what casting directors and agents are looking. Some even went through many auditions themselves.

Online Acting Classes provide that many talented actors are fundamentally unprepared for auditions and just need training

in order to land more roles.

The Acting Coach, in a one-on-one setting with the actor, can:

• help an actor understand what to expect at auditions.

• help an actor determine what might happen at a particular audition.

• teach an actor relaxation techniques.

• breakdown audition materials and help an actor give more character to a potential role.

• run audition lines with an actor and improve their performance.

• help actor select the best headshot and prepare their resume.

Level of Experience Doesn’t Matter

Acting coaches tailor their sessions to meet the needs of the individual actor, so even the experienced actor can benefit from their experience and advise. They have to audition, too.

While no one can guarantee success, preparation always increases the chance of success. An Acting Coach prepares the actor for auditions and, therefore, boosts their chances of being cast.

Private Acting Coaching

Acting depends on building relationships and developing chemistry. Acting Coaches frequently help actors accomplish these objectives on sets, at theaters, and through workshops. The Acting Coach helps actors improve individual their skills and performances both for particular roles and projects and overall for their careers.

There are times, however, when a Private Acting Coaching is more appropriate for an actor. Private acting coaching is a one-on-one session with an Acting Coach. The goals remain the same – improvement of skills for particular roles and overall for careers.

What Does Private Acting Coaching Involve?

The Private Acting Coach often:

• works with an actor get ready for an audition.

• helps an actor select a monologue for auditions.

• offers an actor advise on selecting headshots and preparing resumes.

• helps an actor prepare to act in a role in which they were cast.

• provides advise on memorizing lines.

• runs lines with an actor.

• offers career guidance.

• comes to the theater or set to provide assistance and guidance.

• teaches relaxation techniques, breathing exercises, and voice projection.

• helps an actor develop depth and work on emotions.

• assist with developing timing.

• show an actor how to stand out and get noticed.

• teach an actor “the business.”

For Both the New and Experienced Actor

Private coaching is appropriate both the new and experienced actor. It can both improve an actor’s chances for success and change the direction of their career.

Benefits of an Acting Coach

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All Actors Are Different

So, you’re an actor. You’re probably auditioning or hoping to audition for roles. You either studied acting formally or just now decided to act. You’re looking to work in film or perhaps theater. Perhaps you already had a few roles or only did background a few times or don’t know where to start. The possibilities could go on forever. Then, there’s opportunity and demand to consider and understand, along with, trends, potential, personalities, types, and appearances. In other words, a lot dynamics impact an acting career.

The Point

The point? An Acting Coach could benefit every actor, no matter the where they are on their career path.

What is a Coach?

A coach is a professional that establishes relationships with others, guides them, brings out their best, and helps them achieve. Much is placed on a coach’s shoulders. Think of a sports team coach. They are expected to produce results and if the team does not capture championships, the management replaces them quickly. Hence, they’re important.

How Do Coaches Know What to Do and What to Advise?

Typically, a coach currently works or previously worked in the field in which they coach. They spent years observing and practicing what works and what doesn’t. And, they have a strong desire to see others succeed.

What is an Acting Coach?

As stated above, an Acting Coach establishes relationships with actors, guides them, brings out their best, and helps them achieve. Acting Coaches help actors better their performances, prepare, and improve their skills for career development, auditions, and for specific roles or projects. They mostly work one-on-one, as Private Coaches, but can work with groups and conduct workshops.

What Can an Acting Coach Do?

An Acting Coach can:

• Pull qualities and nuances out of the actor and help them put those into to their characters.

• Teach actors how to take direction and accept constructive criticism.

• Help actors relax and no longer fear auditions.

• Help actors prepare for auditions.

• Show actors how to examine a character and take on their mannerisms and, thus, improve their performances.

• Provide tips on how to remember lines and rehearse for roles.

Most importantly, an acting coaching can help an actor’s career takeoff and thrive.