So much of a talent's time is focused on trying to book the job that we rarely consider the ramifications of work afterwards. Nailing the audition or go-see is always a good start, but it doesn't end there. The Virtual Channel Network's Inside Casting interviewed Mean Girls Casting Director Marci Liroff about her experience casting and what followed after the actors had been offered the roles. Click the link below to watch more and hear her tell the story.
Truth be told, we all have bad days. We could even admit that we all suffer from a bad attitude from time to time. But being outright bulligerant to a CD, Director, or Producer''s request will only end up hurting you in the end. With or without Mr. Grumpy-Pants, the movie Mean Girls was a success. The producers made money. The director was praised. And the actors went home from the screening feeling very good about their work . . . well, most of the actors, anyway.
Who do you think the unnamed drama queen was?