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Should I Include People From My Network In Pitch Letters To New Rep?
with Ayelette Robinson, Actor | Producer | VO | Founder, ActorsGuru.com
Should I name drop in my pitch letters?
Can I mention a relationship in pitching myself?
My friend is with an agent I want - can I mention them in my cold email?
My ex-girlfriend is with a manager I want to sign with - should I name drop her?
Should I tell my new rep that I know a casting director?
Can I use my network in pitching myself?
I have some people in common with this manager I want - is it helpful?
Can I mentioned names of people I know in pitches?