SAG board revises extras eligibility

Brodesser, Claude
October 2003
Daily Variety;10/29/2003, Vol. 281 Issue 18, p9
Trade Publication
Reports on the vote of the Screen Actors Guild national board to adopt the recommendation from its extras committee to replace the three-voucher eligibility rule with a points earned system in the U.S. Passage of a resolution to end the background actor membership eligibility rule; Separate routes provided to guild membership; Increase in the professionalism of incoming members by requiring more experience on professional sets before obtaining eligibility.


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