Latitude Talent Tiffany was recently requested to audition for ABC’s Network show “What Would you Do?”
Using hidden cameras, host John Quiñones observes and comments on how ordinary people behave when they are confronted with dilemmas that require them either to take action or to walk by and mind their own business.
Latitude Talent Tiffany Requested for ABC Audition
At Latitude, we love working with models and actors. Many perspective talent reach out with common questions seen below.
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Is Latitude a talent agency?
No, Latitude Talent Studios is not an agency! We work with models and actors of all experience levels by connecting talent with the tools, marketing and development to help start or advance a career in entertainment. While we connect talent to castings opportunities like a typical agency, we do not collect a commission from booked work, allowing talent to pick and choose castings they wish to attend.
Does Latitude guarantee that I will book castings?
There is no guarantee in any industry. While Latitude does have the resources to connect talent to opportunities, it is ultimately up to the casting client on who they choose to move forward with. It is also up to the talent to ensure they put forth the work needed to create their own success.
Do I have to pay to become a model or actor?
Talent should always expect to invest in their own marketing. No talent agency covers standard marketing including heads shots, comp cards or a portfolio. Read this great article about the realities of modeling – https://goo.gl/eg8J4Y
What hasn’t changed in becoming a model, especially in a major market such as New York, is the strict specifications that high-end editorial agencies place on new talent. As you will find from most top agencies, including Ford Models and Next Models, they require female models to be at least 5’9 in height or taller. For male editorial models, the height is typically 6’1 or taller. What many male models face when they start attending open casting calls and seeking out agencies, is that being too tall can actually hurt you.
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