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How to become an Actor after passing 12th?


my son is studying in class 12th by math subject and he want to be an actor after passing 12th can it possible after passing 12th so tell me what should he had to do
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18th August 2014, 05:09 PM
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i have passed 12th and i have to become an actor from std 7 but i dont know how to become an actor sooo can i have some easy steps or some information to become an actor??
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How to become an actor after passing 12 th?
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i am 9 class student and i wants to be an actor than what will i do after passing 12 class
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I have completed my 12th. I Know Dancing Very Well .I want To Become An Actor Is There Any Course In Pune ?
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I got less marks in important subject in 12th std so i can try to get admission in dentist?
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Sir, I completed my HS in science stream from West Bengal state board and got 75% . Sir,I am belongs to a lower middle class family . Sir , I want to become an actor.
I am studying for a job because my family's financial situation is not good. Father 53 years old, mother many illnessess, my brothe studies in class 10. Will I ever be an actor in so many difficulties? What do I have to do for this.
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1st May 2020, 02:35 AM
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I got less marks in important subject in 12th std so i can try to get admission in dentist?
Yes, you can .
After studying well from now on, Then it will pass. But you have to give up everything so that you can fix your future
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6th August 2020, 02:35 AM
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How can I become an actor without going to school?
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Keep going to auditions until you get cast. Which is how most people become professional actors, wether they’ve been to drama school or not. If you can’t figure out what to do in auditions, take acting classes. There are classes in most cities that aren’t affiliated with drama schools.

Note that most actors, the ones who stick with the craft long enough to make it, get rejected hundreds of times before getting even a small part. And many, after finally getting cast, go through spells where they can’t get cast again, sometimes for months or years. Being continually rejected is part of an actor’s life.

Success as a professional actor is a contingent on innate talent + luck + hard work + refusal-to-quit. Only the last two are under your control. The good news is that you can minimize the importance of the first two. Luck is primarily a numbers game, so if you stick with it long enough, your odds of getting lucky increase. And though there may be some folks more naturally talented than you, if you work really hard, you may be able to compensate. Acting is something people can improve at. I’ve seen that many, many times.

“Working really hard” as an actor means acting. You have to act. Constantly. Which means that if you’re not getting cast, you have to find another way to do it. The two most common are taking classes and putting on your own show.

I also suggest that you develop a secondary skillset—something you can tolerate doing, even if it’s not your passion. Even most professional actors have to take additional (non-acting) jobs to make money. I have a friend who was a regular guest-star on “Law & Order” for years, but it didn’t pay enough for him to make ends meet, so he also worked as a tutor. This is pretty common.

Since acting generally requires “day jobs”—and since it can take years to break through in terms of having a stable career—there’s a correlation between success and actors with tolerable day jobs. I know many talented people who dropped out of the business because the simply couldn’t stand another year of waiting tables.

There’s a dumb ethos some actors have: the belief that if they work on some non-acting skills, it means they’re not serious about acting. That’s rubbish. What you should really do is arrange your life so that you can comfortably remain in this very volatile business for as long as possible without burning out. Use the day job to support your passion.

One more piece of advice: be a kind, conscientious person—not a diva, a lazy actor, or a pain in the ass. Lazy and diva-ish behavior kills a huge number of careers. We hear stories about nasty actors who keep working, because those stories are interesting, but they’re the exceptions, not the norm.

If you get cast, and you fuck up by acting entitled, showing up late all the time, or not learning your lines, you will probably have trouble getting cast again, even if you’re super talented. Word travels fast. Before I cast someone new—someone who has blown me away in auditions—I call other directors and ask about him. If they say “Yeah, he’s a great actor, but he made everyone miserable,” I don’t cast him. Period.
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