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Is my commercial casting type the same for scripted film and tv?
Why do I go out for different characters commercially to theatrically?
Why is my casting type so different commercially?
I feel like I do very different types in commercially, what does this mean?
Will I go for different roles on television versus theatre?
Are commercial types different to the roles I'll be seen by theatrical casting directors?
Will I be seen differently commercially to how I'll be looked at in feature film casting?
Do casting types change between mediums?