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Best answer: probably by practicing it


Apparently, there is an age restriction of sorts for portraying characters at the Disney parks - characters like Belle, Rapunzel, Ariel, etc (I guess this also pertains to the guys who portray Flynn Rider, Prince Charming, Gaston, etc); you must be ages 18 to 23 to be considered to portray any of these characters.


Best answer: SHORT ANSWER: They're aren't any. That's not how casting works. Companies invest a lot of money in their projects and they trust that investment to trained and experienced professionals. They're not looking for people off the street. So they don't old open auditions that anyone can go to. ... show more

Best way to start acting career?

6 answers · 2 weeks ago
I am currently 18 and not long ago finished my BTEC in film and TV which was a two year college course. I was interested into going to study drama in university but I’ve changed my mind and thought I would rather dive straight into what I want to do (TV and film performance). The reason I didn’t study performing... show more

Best answer: It's as Mr Smartypants says - it's always correctly pronounced uh/ah except when it's emphasised and is used to mean 'just one'.


Best answer: Well, tell your mother you don't want to go. She can either find someone else who would like to, or return the ticket.

I'm in London for 4 months and I found on google casting sites, like backstage or starnow, I would like to know how they work, that is, on starnow I saw people posting ads where they are looking for guys or models for movies or TV or anything, and some I do not pay you any more and I think it's the same... show more

Could an 11 year old be 5'0"?

9 answers · 3 weeks ago
Best answer: According to statistical data, in the United States, 11yo girls are between 135 and 160cm tall (4ft6 - 5ft2). That gives an average of 147,5 cm (4ft10) https://www.cdc.gov/growthcharts/data/set1clinical/cj41l022.pdf Since 4'10" is the "average" that means just as many 11 year olds are taller... show more

Become a successful actor.?

5 answers · 3 weeks ago
this is my goal, to become a successful actor. First of all I have never acted. I read a few answers to other questions similar to mine and I noticed that many respond by saying that it is different to become a theater actor and a movie actor, well I mean cinema, acting in hollywood. I would like to know the... show more


Do you have a talent for drama?

11 answers · 3 weeks ago
Best answer: I have acted in many plays in a local award-winning drama club in southern England. People seemed to like our productions and my part in them.

How to become an actor?

5 answers · 3 weeks ago
I would like to become an actor, I think I'm very good and I would like to know the best way to start. I know there are theater schools but it took me a long time. I have seen that many actors who have made films on netflix simply send a video where they play a part, or other actors who have become famous by... show more

Is It Difficult To Be An Actor?

5 answers · 3 weeks ago
Best answer: Yes, very hard. Very very, even. It takes handling tons of rejections, long long hours, you're usually far away from your family so you're also lonely, you don't have time for socializing, you don't get as much sleep or free time, you need to take good care of yourself (eat healthy and exercise),... show more

Where can I find an acting agent?

5 answers · 3 weeks ago

What to add on acting resume?

8 answers · 3 weeks ago
So I m building an acting resume and was wondering if i should put visual art in my "special skills" section? Like i m good at drawing but is it needed?

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