A child should do three things when they enter a casting room: 1 They should clearly say "hello" and make eye contact with everyone in the room. Such moments are often cited as the most uncomfortable of any casting director's career. Although it seems like an obvious no-no, the number of kids who walk into a casting office snapping their chewing gum is amazing. Everyone makes mistakes in auditions; this is completely expected and natural. Casting directors want to know right off the bat that if they hire the child, the parent will be easy to work with as well. Casting directors have heard every excuse in the book dozens of times, and they won't want to hear it again. Parents should avoid making excuses for a poor performance from their child, even if they think it's the result of something they did. One almost certain way for a parent to ensure their child fails to get an acting job is to instruct them or scold them in the presence of the casting director.
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