A Top 10 List for the New Reality for Actors Getting Work
Our industry is changing and COVID has expedited that change. Big agencies are in trouble work is being shot in other countries, and theaters are down for the count. Globally the business is changing but the good news is we are entering a golden age for Actors. There will be more work than ever, and we have to learn new and clever ways of going after that work. Valorie Hubbard, as a working actor and founder of Actor’s Fast Track, is helping her clients get work all over the world and she wants to help you so she has developed this top 10 list for the new reality facing us all!!!
A life-long actor and teacher, Valorie has taught thousands of actors. When she had her light-bulb moment and realized that actors are entrepreneurs, she deftly developed the system that allows them to take charge of their own careers and take their part-time acting career to FULL TIME.
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Valorie Hubbard owns the company, Actor’s Fast Track, where she consults with working actors about their career paths. Having navigated her own career, she knows the pitfalls and successes of the path, and how to avoid the former and create the latter. She gives actors the tools they need to get recognized.
In her newest book, RULE BREAKERS: Changing the Way Actors Do Business, she shows professional actors how to create and operate their acting career as a successful business – and how to move from being “stuck” into the limelight.
Credits include roles on Castle, Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D; How I Met Your Mother; Glee; American Horror Story; Workaholics; True Blood; 90210; ER; Desperate Housewives; The Middle; Zeke and Luther; Good Luck Charlie; I’m in the Band; a recurring role on Kickin It and General Hospital; HUGE; The Job; Missing Persons; Comedy Central’s American Body Shop; and Chocolate News. She also plays the “hot” Rhonda in the recent release of video game Dead Rising 3.
Valorie lives in Irvington, New Jersey, with her husband, chef Gill Boyd, and dog Gracie.