Atlanta, GA (PRWEB) January 03, 2014
Matt Czuchry is one such actor who participated in AMTC. After winning “Mr. College of Charleston 1998,” he became interested in AMTC. Matt performed at SHINE and won the agents’ attention in both acting and modeling. He decided to follow his first love, acting, and headed off to Hollywood.
Matt started his professional career by filming numerous television roles in the early 2000s. He is most recognized for his character Logan on the long-running TV show “Gilmore Girls.” Currently, Matt stars opposite Julianna Margulies on CBS’s hit television series “The Good Wife,” now in its 4th season.
Over 60 VIPs will be scouting performers for a week at the Gaylord Palms Resort in Orlando, Florida. This anticipated conference spans the week of Dec. 31 - Jan. 5, 2014.
Tootie Debenedetto of Sweetheart Records says, “I’ve been a VIP at AMTC for fifteen plus years and have attended over forty conventions. I am amazed by the professionalism year after year with integrity, honesty and the loyalty that is shown by the two leading families (Lewis and Arban) that run this highly recognized organization with top agents, casting directors, photographers and music industry people from around the world, placing more contestants anywhere in the USA and abroad.”
Barry Shapiro from Herman & Lipson Casting in New York has been “attending the AMTC Conventions for the past 17 years and have always found incredible talent there...You are simply the best.”
Participating in AMTC teaches talented people what they need to know and connects them with a huge number of agents, managers and casting directors as the "go-to” source who can create larger opportunities. This week is a like no other for up and coming performers to showcase their talents.
Media critic, Ted Baehr of the MovieGuide and AMTC Board Member says, “Equipping these talented actors, models and talent to go into the Entertainment Industry and redeem the mass media of entertainment is extremely important; these are the people whom God has called to redeem the culture. I am grateful to speak at AMTC. “