Our Industry Partners
Having diversity in the types of industry professionals we utilized in our services allows Actors Help Desk to provide optimized results for our clients.
The main job of talent agencies is to find work for their clients — actors, writers, directors, athletes, and other creative professionals. Talent agents can send actors on auditions, set up meetings, and negotiate contracts.
Smith Young Agency
Lauren Green Agency
Espirit Talent Agency
Tangerine Talent Agency
Also sometimes known as personal managers, talent managers work to develop your career and your potential as an artist. This means they handle all the day-to-day activities required to manage your career, leaving you free to concentrate on what you do best: your creative work.
Apollo Talent Management
Directors audition and cast actors; assemble and oversee the production team; provide design directives; lead rehearsals; and manage the production schedule of the project, ensuring that all the moving parts connect.
Photographers capture subjects in commercial-quality photographs. Photographers use their technical expertise, creativity, and composition skills to produce and preserve images that tell a story or record an event.
Derrick Hill (DJ)
A teacher who trains performers – typically film, television, theatre, and musical theatre actors – and gives them advice and mentoring to enable them to improve their acting and dramatic performances, prepare for auditions and prepare better for roles.
Casting directors find the stars to bring the characters in a film or TV drama to life. They are hired by the production company to match actors to roles. Casting directors read scripts and meet with producers and directors to get a sense of the type of person they are looking for.
Kipperman and Company Casting
Become a partner
If you are interested in partnering with the Actors Help Desk, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or check out our Contact page!