AIP005 | How to Think Statistically as an Actorby Ben Hauck April 22, 2015 1 comment
Ben Hauck offers instruction on how to think statistically as an actor, especially at times when you aren’t working. He explains how to measure your past acting work to determine your booking statistics for better gauging of your future acting work. However, he disclaims there are no sure things in terms of future work, and you may need to revise your statistics from time to time. You may also use them to incite you to improve your statistics.
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