Christie Trinwith is offering readers a unique guidebook, “Be a Real Model-Actor,” that gives insights into how to embark on a career in the entertainment industry and get started on a path to success. She recently announced the book’s new edition coming out this December.
Getting into this industry is not considered easy due to the need for connections, timing, and other factors that can make or break a career. Trinwith is based in Manhattan and offers a real insight into the workings of this highly sought-after industry, focusing on the skills and knowledge anyone could use when trying to get into it. And Trinwith is speaking from experience. She had gigs with brands like L’Oréal, Macy’s, Guess, Esprit, and many more. She has appeared in films like Black Panther and series like Gossip Girl, Beverly Hills 90210, White Collar, and Law & Order: SVU, and Sons of Hollywood.
Trinwith combines her experiences with her love of writing, and her intent here was to create a work that could serve as an essential guide for people who want to become models or actors. Her tips could allow anyone to achieve the same success as she did and provide an actionable path toward award-winning projects, agents, and directors. Today, online media and digital casting allow people from different backgrounds to access casting calls and auditions without the legwork that used to be involved. Today, social media, a camera, and an email address can be enough to get a person as high as they can go.
Trinwith explores how to create a resume or a CV that catches the casting director’s or agent’s eye. Photos, headshots, portfolios, and more are included and discussed in-depth, something so essential and significant that it can give any aspiring model or actor a leg-up in the selection process. Lastly, Trinwith talks about the skills you need to build a character and provide them with something more than just the basics.
Keep an eye on the pre-selling of “Be a Real Model-Actor” new edition this Thanksgiving season. In the meantime, the digital copy can be purchased via Barnes & Noble or Amazon.
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