Apodaca, Jackie
June 2005
Back Stage West;6/23/2005, Vol. 12 Issue 26, p32
Offers advice on starting a career in acting in the U.S. Steps that can be taken to market oneself to a major talent agency; Difficulty of being accepted for bodysuit roles in science fiction films; Kind of homework that can be mailed for feature films listed at the Currently Casting section of "Back Stage West" newspaper.


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