Scott Sedita’s Guide to Making It in Hollywood

Published on Jan 12 2013 // Filmmaking

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12145606Scott Sedita’s Guide To Making It In Hollywood lays out everything an actor needs to know to launch a career in the entertainment capital of the world!

Tapping into his 25 years of experience in the business, renowned Acting Coach, Author and TV personality Scott Sedita breaks down the Three Steps to Success — Talent, Confidence, Perseverance — and shows how these elements work together to build a successful acting career.

Further, Scott takes a unique approach in highlighting the many Obstacles actors face when pursuing their dream in Hollywood. Scott explains how actors must identify and avoid the Three Steps to Failure — Distractions, Addictions, Wrong Actions.

With his bold, humorous, no-holds-barred approach, Scott guides the reader with practical, easily accessible advice as well as numerous Success Stories of famous actors he’s worked with and how they made it to the top!

For more information, log on to : www.makingitinhollywoodbook.com

7 Comments

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  3. Zsolt says:

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  4. Lina says:

    I love this post and all your posts. I’ve been wanting to coemnmt on your writing/book posts, but haven’t the time. A huge financial crisis has thrown me into primitive ages: no computer, no twitter, no facebook, no ipad (what is that anyway?) honestly, I’ve been so far removed from technology , I have no idea about any of it. I’ve even lost cable (when people talk about these Top Chef or Kardashian or movie channels , etc I am so far out of the loop). Not exactly a good place to be in when an aspiring writer. God, I hope it gets better soon. I just need a computer a freaking typewriter at this point, ha! (I do read a lot I must say though since my technology absence currently reading The Help it is fantastic!).But this post is fun. We just got X Factor over in these parts (it was only a U.K. thing for a while right?) and I’m starting to enjoy it a bit I think.

  5. Giuseppe says:

    Not even joking, I would SO watch this show!!! Btw, I know I’ve been a tirberle blog friend lately. But I do want you to know that your blog is one of the few that I’ve continued to follow and read since I’ve fallen off the blogging map. I’m so sorry that I haven’t been commenting. But I am so excited that you’re trying to get your book published and are currently looking for an editor. I believe in you, and if you’re ever up for sharing, I would LOVE to read your book. I’ll do my best to get back to commenting, but I want you to know, I’m always reading!!

  6. Gabriella says:

    Kristin AielloThanks for the updates they are relaly helpful. Will you be publishing the ensemble placements and audition results here? We would like to know if our daughter will be playing in the public concerts on Saturday or Sunday and if she will be playing in an honors recital. Also love the photos keep them coming!

  7. null says:

    Hi! I realize this is somewhat off-topic but I needed to ask.

    Does operating a well-established blog like yours take a large amount of work?

    I am completely new to operating a blog but I do write in my journal daily.
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