The Hollywood Reporter article 1.
You must have been born in the U.S. to a U..
You are eligible for a full-time or part-time job in the entertainment industry.3.
You will have to demonstrate good work ethic.4.
You have to be able to travel with your co-workers, perform at live events and/or meet clients.5.
You can expect to earn anywhere from $40,000 to $50,000 per year.6.
You need to be well-versed in the industry and can perform to an acceptable level.7.
You’ll need to speak fluent English.8.
You cannot perform in a foreign language.9.
You may not receive any compensation for your performance.10.
You’re required to show up on set, but there’s no set deadline.11.
You should be able and ready to audition on time.12.
You won’t be eligible to apply for any other roles until you pass the audition.13.
If you pass, you’ll receive a full credit for your work.14.
You receive a $150,000 advance to attend the audition and meet your potential employers.15.
You also get a $15,000 bonus.16.
You get a stipend of up to $25,000.17.
If the studio approves your application, you can expect a full payment when you receive it.18.
If your application isn’t approved, you won’t receive a cut of your fee.19.
You still get paid the full $50 to $60 million upfront.20.
You aren’t guaranteed a job.21.
Your resume has to be professional.22.
You don’t get paid to appear on TV shows or movies.23.
Your salary depends on the success of your audition.