"None of us suddenly becomes something overnight. The preparations have been in the making for a lifetime.- Gail Goodwin
Day 55: Drove around the westside with the homie Tara T. doing commercial drop-offs. This was my first time ever doing drop-offs and it wasn't as nearly as scary as I thought it might be. The cd's {who were there} were friendly enough and those who weren't there had drop boxes for us to leave our pictures. Since this was a joint effort with classmates from Class Rules we had 8 photos for each office that we were dropping off and 6 of those were of women. Gives you a bit of perspective on the lopsided female to male actor ratio out here. The only thing we didn't do that we should have done was research each office before leaving. As a result we went to a few offices who had moved so that was a waste of our gas and more importantly, our time, lesson learned!
2 Responses
  1. I find the ratio of male actors to female actors very interesting, especially when you consider the availability of male roles vs. female roles.


  2. Brandi Ford Says:

    Exactly! I feel like if male actors are really committed to putting in the work and training and hustling then eventually they HAVE to make it somehow just because of numbers alone!


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