How Often Do You Talk to Your Child’s Agent?

We all hear stories of parents whose child’s agent is the mom’s BFF. You, however, only talk to your child’s rep once or twice a year.  Maybe your child’s auditions drop off. Then the Mind Taffy starts.

“Does that mean the agent doesn’t like my child?”

“Is my child going to be dropped?”

“Should we switch agents now before it gets worse?”

As a parent newer to the biz or in a new market, you aren’t sure how to read the signs. Don’t make the mistake of assuming anything is wrong, though. Agents have reasons for spending more time with some clients than others and if you jump to conclusions, you could make a serious mistake.

See What our members say about this confusing development.

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