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How do I start a career in Hollywood ?

I have chorus class and I have my fair share of being good at acting I'm starting highschool this year (9th grade) when I finish I wanna take off mediately but I don't know if I'm gonna stick with that choice of career the problem is I'm gonna be homeschooled and my parents aren't well off so what do I do

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Steward "Tony"’s Answer

As a former TV producer myself, I can assure you that the majority of talent did not have lush beginnings and many paid their dues, while many more never made it in that pursuit. Home Schooling is great as you wont be bombarded with ideas and concepts that go against the righteous path.

Auditioning for local rolls should be easy for you as with home school you have an opportunity to get your parents involved. Cable and community TV also needs actor and performers as well as volunteer production teams. It's a lot of fun, mostly free and you'll meet a bunch of Film and Video pros who love using talent that help them on sets.

Atop that you'll learn the production and direction side of this trade, which is what actors eventually strive for in the first place. Yes, It wont be easy, but its the challanges that will make you shine for sure.

Most important, you will see credits growing on your resume, so when you make bigger moves, you wont be the new kid on the block. Always seek your parents advice and do not stop home schooling. You will be afr ahead of traditional HS kids in brain power.
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TRAVIS’s Answer

Sign up for local acting classes and find out who staffs for walk on or bit parts in movies. Learn how to audition. Learn how to memorize lines. Be able to learn new things constantly. There are many jobs in the film industry, not just acting. You can sustain your self building sets, writing or lighting design too. Do not get discouraged to take any set back personally. Look for community theatre opportunities too while you can. If you never give up, you can succeed.
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