Ten Things Your Child Needs To Get Started In Hollywood.
Hollywood, CA (PRWEB) June 17, 2010
Kinda McCullough, an author and former child talent manager in Los Angeles, is releasing a series of articles that she's written to guide parents who want to help their children succeed in show business.
The articles will be published in full on her website, http://www.kindamccullough.com, and they spell out exactly what steps parents need to take to help their children get started in show business.
"These articles are based upon my own personal experience as a child talent manager in Los Angeles. They'll make it easier for parents to help their children achieve their goals, and also, they'll tell parents what to avoid and how to protect their children," McCullough said.
Her article is titled "Ten Things Your Child Needs To Get Started In Hollywood."
It provides detailed, insightful tips that will help steer parents in the right direction. For instance, most people outside of show business have likely never heard of a "Coogan Account" - but any parent who wants to help their child break into show business will need to learn what one is.
The article also explains the difference between an agent and a manager, tells parents where to go to get a work permit for their child, and gives advice on photos and headshots.
The article is available at http://www.kindamccullough.com, and is the second in a series that she will be releasing.
In addition to being a child talent manager, McCullough also studied at the Michael Howard Acting Studio in NYC.
McCullough is also an author, having recently completed the thrilling, semi-fictionalized novel Kinda's Kidz: Confessions of A Hollywood Talent Manager.
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