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Actors' Yearbook 2005
by A&C Black
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A & C Black, 2004 (2004)
* * *   Reviewed by Ayesha Baumgartner

This annual volume (recommended by world-renowned Dame Judi Dench) makes the actors' life a lot easier. References range from established training schools to Casting Directors, casting procedures, Theatres and Television and Film Companies in the United Kingdom. These guide the novice as well as the seasoned actor to make the best choices to further their craft and turn their love of acting and the process of getting there into a much smoother journey.

The information in this book, in addition to your own research, can help guide your journey towards satisfaction and success. This comprehensive guide includes detailed tips on the role each person plays within the industry, addresses, phone numbers, names of contacts, course fees, and other suggestions that are a great help to those actors wanting to pursue and refine their craft. It's an all-in-one manual for the professional actor wanting to work in the UK (including other European cities). Lots of wonderful tips and a Webography listing complete this easy to follow volume, encompassing the vast entertainment medium.

I recommend The Actors' Yearbook 2005 as a comprehensive guide for aspiring actors, and others who are in the entertainment industry or considering entering the television, film and theatre industry. Though it's primarily oriented to those in the UK, actors from abroad will also find it useful in the event they plan to work in Europe.

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