The camera sees everything. Clothing, and looking good on camera, is an essential part of producing YouTube videos. So surely clothing is tax-deductible, right? Unfortunately, it is a little more complicated than you would think.
We all know the familiar feeling of traveling to an audition. Making sure that you don’t accidentally mess up the lucky audition outfit on the commute. Going over the sides to make sure you know them as thoroughly as possible.
Only 2% of actors make a living from acting According to a recent study by Queen Mary University of London, actors are having a hard time making a living. Of course, those of us who are regularly (or not so
What do you do? It’s the dreaded question at social events. The classic conversation starter to get the small talk rolling, but for us with more than one source of income, it becomes a minefield. “I’m an actor, but I
Working with children and animals The old adage says that actors should never work with children or animals. I disagree – how else would we get the Home Alone movies and Babe? Not to mention Babe 2, Pig In The
Is clothing a deductible expense for actors? “In this world, nothing can be said to be certain, except death and taxes” – Benjamin Franklin. That classic idiom has oft been repeated, but I’m starting to think that it’s incorrect. Because
Last year was one of the most fruitful for me as an actor. I toured in a small Shakespeare for schools production and did a few other paid projects in London. I also worked on and off for a catering