Tag Archives: teens

What does Legal 18 mean at age 16?

Legal 18 means an actor under the age of 16 has graduated high school, either by passing the CHSPE or by finishing school early. Actors can work longer hours and parents do not need to be on set.  Parents must … Continue reading

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What child actors can learn from Ryan Lochte’s big blunder

We now know that Ryan Lochte ended his time at the Olympics by behaving very badly and then lying about it.  Whether he meant any harm or not, he created an international incident that made the Olympic Host City, Rio, … Continue reading

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Homeschooling updated

About once a year we get new questions about homeschooling.  Families who move to a larger market, like Los Angeles, either permanently or for part of the school year find it difficult to transition smoothly to a new school. Although this … Continue reading

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Actors going back to school

Summer is almost over and it’s time to start thinking about activities revolving around school.  If your child attends a brick and mortar school, you might want to book out for the first week or two while they settle into new … Continue reading

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Plan college visits now!

If you have a child who is entering 10-11-12th grades this fall and haven’t started visiting prespective colleges, this is the time to make lists and plan visits.  Even if your child is working regularly and doesn’t plan to attend college, … Continue reading

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Teens and Braces!

Braces are common during the teen years.  Which are better if your child can’t get invisible braces?  Ceramic or metal?  You might be surprised at our suggestions.

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Is your child prepared to interview?

Child actors learn early in their careers how to slate and to audition, they prepare monologues and learn to read and dissect a script. They don’t usually learn to interview. There are several steps to building a successful interview style. … Continue reading

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