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Parent of Child Actor Q&A w/Amy Greene

Young Actor's House
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3PM - 4:30PM
I have had a lot of parents ask me all sorts of questions pertaining to this CRAZY business. In order to help facilitate in answering ALL your questions as honestly and specifically as possible, I have asked AMY GREENE (parent of LIZZY GREENE, Dawn on Nickelodeon's Nicky, Ricky, Dicky, Dawn) to attend!

Amy is a parent of a working child actor who has been on a successful series for four seasons, and just booked a Series Regular this season for ABC's one hour drama pilot called A Million Little Things.

The Greene's are a family based here in Allen, TX, so Amy understands the rigor of balancing life here and life in Los Angeles. She is gracious enough to share her experiences and wisdom with us.

Please take advantage of this workshop - I do not offer this type very often!

No question is "silly" or "dumb!" Please attend in hopes that you can get a grasp on this business that your child is so PASSIONATE about!

Below is a general list of topics but is not limited to:

getting good photos/headshots of your child and keeping them up-to-date
obtaining the representation of an agent and/or manager for your child
getting a work permit for your child
setting up and managing a Coogan account for your child
preparing/supplying information for a resume for your child
scheduling/obtaining auditions for your child
rehearsing lines with your child or otherwise preparing your child for auditions
getting coaching for your child for auditions when needed or requested by your child’s manager/agent
putting your child into appropriate acting classes and transporting your child to these classes
accompanying your child to auditions
communicating with your child’s agent/manager
keeping up with important audition information
accompanying your child to their jobs and filling out appropriate paper work
handling any money your child receives from jobs and verifying that is is appropriately distributed and deposited
keeping up with all your child’s expenses and income for preparing tax returns
keeping your child safe
reviewing all audition material to make sure that the content is appropriate in your eyes
helping with the marketing of your child
helping your child deal with rejection