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Question by Veronika: What are some good job recommendations for a young mother/aspiring actress?
I am in a film project in Houston and Galveston, TX next year. Rashida Jones will be in it! Production starts in the early summer.

I currently reside in Oakland. I am only taking care of my 11month daughter and preparing my move to Los Angeles in September (next month). Trying to build up my acting skills and writing a screenplay. When I move down to LA, I want to start building experience in my acting career.

I’d love to take any advice and suggestions anyone generous would like to give me!

I am pretty aware of the reality my of like’s situations, but an acting career is something I’ve always wanted to have. In film school, I’ve realized that acting is my true calling.

I love my baby daughter and she is the most precious in my world, and I would like to become an independent person and be able to help financially support my family. I want to be able to afford to support my daughter and i don’t want to rely on my mother for financial help anymore.

I am ready for challenges.

So please if anybody has any suggestions, let me know and I will go out there and look for it!

Thank you.

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  1. Katrina E. says:

    Well, your major concern would be setting up a support network to help care for your daughter. Auditions are done on short notice. Acting jobs are very unstable and unpredictable with no set hours. And you can’t take your daughter on auditions or jobs with you – so you need to have a method in place so you can make auditions. (It’s not unusual to only have a few hours notice before an audition.) And since your daughter is so precious you want people who are reliable and trustworthy, not just some neighbor you just met.

    And before you go, you had better have a great understanding the industry to improve your chances of success. You should have some basic plan about how you want to approach an acting career. Professional acting is not some type of lottery. There are not a bunch of open auditions for professional work that you could keep showing up at until you’re “discovered” or something. For most professional work you have to e invited to audition, usually through a talent agent.

    And expecting to move to LA and just get a talent agent is like buying a lottery ticket and expecting to win a million dollars. It rarely happens and it’s nothing you can bank on. So you need a way to support yourself in LA. And it will be very hard to find a job that gives you flexibility for both your daughter and an acting career. Freelance work might be your best option – but it’ll be tough because you’ll be your own boss which means you have to network and make connections and get your own work. (Which you have to do when you start for acting as well.) And all of that takes time. So you might want to do what you can to save up as much money as you can before going to LA.

    Good luck.

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