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Do I need agents in every country?
Is their any point in having an agent without work papers?
Should I get an agent in all english speaking countries?
I can speak french, should I get a french agent?
How many agents can I have?
Should I have representation in other market?
What international markets would be worth exploring for me as an actor?
Do you recommend exploring foreign markets for performers?
Do you have an agent in multiple countries?
What international territories should I explore to be expand my career as an actor?