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I work in a manager's office and I want to be repped by him/her. What should I do?
How do I I turn my casual work in an agents office into actor representation?
If I work in admin at a manager or agents office, should I ask them to rep me?
I work at an agency, should I ask for representation as an actor?
Should I work at an agents office in order to get them to rep me as an actor?
Is working at a manager or agent's office a good way to get representation?
How do I transition my assistant job into representation at an agency?
How do I get my boss at my job to represent me as an actor?
How do I turn an admin job at a manager's office into actor representation?
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Is it my place to step in if my international agent isn't agreeing with the US split?
Do I fire my international agent if they don't agree with the US split?
Why is my international agent not agreeing to the US split?