Meet Floyd: Over the years, I’ve worked with a lot of Directors and in many of the casting meetings they will say to me: “just get me a REAL man/woman–not necessarily an actor.” ¬†What do I mean by this? ¬†Here’s a typical real life example that happened to me on INTO THE WILD (Director: […]


What makes a great headshot? I’m often asked to consult with actors, who are either getting headshots for the first time, or others who are updating headshots. ¬†It’s simple: your headshot should tell a story. ¬†It should draw the viewer into you. When looking at headshots, Casting Directors are simply glancing thru ¬†hundreds of submissions. […]


Audition hack: how technology and repetition transform performance

April 6, 2015

Hi all, It has been way too long since starting my website and fully utilizing it to benefit actors. ¬†This post is the beginning of my weekly commitment to share casting tips and information to move your acting career forward. AUDITION HACK: Technology has changed the film/TV business dramatically. For actors, it has become a […]

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Cherrix Casting summer classes 2013

June 9, 2013

Cherrix Casting summer classes now open for registration! One-on-One Scene Study/Auditioning techniques for adults and kids. Limited number of spaces available! Click here to register!

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Getting Started. Getting Noticed. Tips for New Actors

March 3, 2013

  Working as a paid extra on a film, television show, or commercial can be a great proving ground for a beginning actor. But all too often, those new to the craft shy away from this invaluable opportunity because they think it will hurt their chances of being cast in a speaking role. These people […]

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