Everything listed under: Guest Blog

  • Post Featured Image

    How to Stop Doubt from Holding You Back from Achieving What You Really Want

    You’re sitting at your desk writing your screenplay or you’re working on sides for an audition or you realize you’ve been staring at your to do list for 10 minutes in complete overwhelm and haven’t done a single thing. Then, the inevitable happens. That initial motivation to begin any one of those projects is hijacked by doubt. Our brain...  Continue Reading ...

  • Post Featured Image

    How Goal-Setting Can Help You Manifest More for Your Acting Career

    Are you feeling stuck in your acting career? Maybe you are auditioning, even booking, but it’s not quite the work you want? 2019 is just a couple months away, and I’d love to help you clean house and get clear on what you actually want for the year ahead.  Continue Reading ...

  • Post Featured Image

    How to Get the Best Reputation on Broadway

    This week, I'm pleased to share a guest blog from my friend, Bret Shuford. Bret has dedicated his life to creating theatre. Most recently, he played Robbie in Cirque Du Soleil’s Paramour.  Other credits include other Broadway shows, national tours, and principal roles in feature films; including Martin Scorsese's The Wolf Of Wall Street.   Continue Reading ...

  • Post Featured Image

    Got An Audition? Put A Jake On It

    Do you watch Scandal? If not, you should. And you’re lucky. Lucky because you can binge on all 6 seasons of one of the juiciest, sexiest, and most gorgeous shows out there, ALL.AT.ONCE. Sigh. I’m not just talking about Jake Ballard. Okay fine, I am. Because he’s...  Continue Reading ...

  • Post Featured Image

    5 Ways to Be Your Own Agent

    If you’re an actor without an agent, you may think you’re supposed to put all of your time and energy into finding the perfect rep who will make your career dreams come true. 

    The truth is, without professional experience and a list of connections, it can be nearly impossible to get an agent right out of the gate. There are exceptions, of course: If you’re a very specific or unusual type, or you’re a child actor, you might get signed without a proven track record. But if you’re not, chances are high that an agent won’t be interested until you have some solid credits.   Continue Reading ...


Amy Russ, Actor-Webs FounderActor and web designer Amy Russ helps actors showcase their cast-ability, personality, and professionalism with simple, effective, and affordable websites. Grab her free Rock Your Website Success Tips here.