Become a Kids TV Star

Kids on Camera is a casting agency for kids. Register your child with us. Being a TV star has a lot of advantages such as being rich, famous, and successful. Who does not want to drive around in a Ferrari, live in a three story house, or have many friends? Most of society wants to have this lifestyle synonymous with that of a TV star. For this reason many children want to know how to become a TV star. However, this should not be the primary objective for your child wanting to become a TV star. As is the case with any other line of work, the main reason for your child wanting to become a TV star is out of love for the profession. Any other perks associated with becoming a TV star should be seen as a bonus.

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Becoming a TV Star - some important rules to keep in mind

Like any other profession, the TV industry also has some golden rules which to abide by in order to be successful. In order to reach the top and become a TV star, your child has to carefully follow the rules set out below.

  • Your child's dress code should fit in with the character to be played.
  • Friendliness and politeness are of the utmost importance when your child interacts with other people on the set.
  • In order to become a TV star your child should learn the script as received; nothing on it should be changed.
  • Auditions are the only way to get acting jobs. Take your child to as many as possible.
  • Having your child on time for auditions is non-negotiable.
  • Your child should respect the director at all times, and do just as she/he says.
  • Your child should never leave the set without permission from the director or his assistant.
  • Criticizing another actor's performance is totally taboo.
  • You as parents or guardians are the only ones to discuss your child's fees on behalf of him/her, and it should thus be kept private at all times.
  • Silence is of the utmost importance on the set. Your child should understand this.
  • Patience is a key factor that your child should learn from a very young age if she/he is to become a great actor/actress.
  • Becoming a TV star requires your child to keep himself/herself busy while waiting for his/her turn.
  • If your child is willing to work hard in this industry, she/he will reap the rewards in due time.

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