BOOKING COMMERCIALS + 3 AGENT Showcase with David Bellantoni
Dates: Sat 11/4 @ 11:30am
Meets 4 times: 11/4 @ 2pm 11/11 @ 2pm 11/18 @ 2pm 12/2 @ 2pm
Study with David Bellantoni of Beth Melsky Casting, who is one of the BEST commercial casting directors in the industry, then SHOWCASE your work to 3 COMMERCIAL AGENTS! Thousands of emerging actors have gotten their start in the commercial world and YOU could be next!
THE GOALS OF THIS CLASS:
•GET MORE CALLBACKS
•BOOK MORE COMMERCIALS
•GET A GREAT COMMERCIAL AGENT
*This event also includes a SHOWCASE with 3 Commercial Agents!
Beth Melsky Casting works with top-tier brands such as HBOGO, MICROSOFT, BUD LIGHT, BUICK, SWIFFER, AMAZON, SNICKERS, FOOT LOCKER, FEDEX, and AT&T
David will teach this four week class to make you comfortable reading commercial copy, auditioning in front of the camera and acting for commercials. During your fourth class, you will have an audience of THREE COMMERCIAL AGENTS (who frequently call in and sign One On One actors!) to view your work and consider you for commercial representation.
BRING A HARD COPY OF YOUR HEADSHOT/RESUME TO THE 1ST CLASS!
***Class Structure is subject to change.
This seminar or class is for educational purposes only and will not secure or provide opportunity for employment in the field or representation by an agent. One on One is bonded in the State of California: #70978001
About David Bellantoni▼
I started casting in Los Angeles in 1994 and moved back home to New York to continue my work in the business in 2005. I’ve worked on a wide variety of projects such as national network commercials, feature films, industrials, music videos, PSA’s, webisodes and voice-overs for both TV and radio spots.
Some of the directors I’ve worked with include: David Fincher, Tony Scott, Peter Berg, John Singleton, Doug Liman, Phil Morrison, and Errol Morris. I’m currently a Casting Director with one of the busiest companies in New York, Beth Melsky Casting.
I’ve guest lectured at The American Academy of Dramatic Arts, The Lee Strasberg Theater and Film Institute, The American Musical and Dramatic Academy, The Maggie Flanigan Studio. I’m also a frequent contributor to Backstage’s “Commercial Break” Advice column.