Actors are one family over the entire world.
Actors express ideas and portray characters in theater, film, television, and other performing art media. They also work at theme parks for other live events. They interpret a writers script to entertain or inform an audience.
Actors hold about 66,500 jobs in a year. Most work under pressure and are often under stress about finding their next job. work assignments are usually short, ranging from 1 day to a few months, and actors often hold another job to make a living.
To Become an Actor:
Many Actors enhance their skills through formal dramatic training. Especially in theater, many actors have a bachelors degree. Actors usually learn some skills on their jobs.
Pay and Benefits:
The median hourly wage for an actor was $17.44 in may 2010. The lowest 10% earned less than $8.58, top 10% earned $64.04.
Employment of Actors is projected to grow 4% from 2010-2012. Job growth in the motion picture industry will stem from continued strong demand for new movies and television shows.
Steps you will take:
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