Should I Worry About Being Typecast if I Have an Online Show? (by Richard Botto)

Posted by Joleene Moody
As actors, how we are viewed online by potential casting directors or producers is crucial. We want our persona to match what they're looking for. So if we're seeking a role in an action film or looking to take a deep dive into a dramatic part, will having a comedic talk show or channel online derail that?
 
During RB's free webinar "Ask Me Anything," he dove into this question. Click the link below to hear RB's take on how we show up as actors online:
 
 
Should I Worry About Being Typecast if I Have an Online Show by Richard Botto
 
 
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