For the actor, this is a low-risk, low-effort way to get fun gigs and make a few extra bucks on the side, and for those with a true interest in acting, it could also be a way of building up a portfolio of work. However, Hosick stresses that this is not a site targeted at polished Hollywood actors with big screen aspirations, this is for believable 'everyday' types looking to make money.
" We want to become the 'agent' to all of the actors who don't need the services or want to pay the commissions of a traditional agent," continued Hosick, " It's a cost-savings for the people making the videos and it's exposure as well as money in the pocket for the people who want a gig or want to act. Effectively, we're cutting out the middle man and becoming a talent agent to the world."
The website is open to actors of all ages (including toddlers), and search criteria on the website includes: city, union or non-union, gender, age, ethnicity, style (such as geek chic, working class or punk), and special features (such as bald, tattoos or glasses).
The sole revenue model for EverydayActors.com is a $20 annual subscription on the actor side (which kicks in after a free 1-month trial); a structure they have put in place to ensure the seriousness and quality of the actors who participate.For more information, visit: www.EverydayActors.com. For press inquiries, contact: Alyson Roy of AMP3 Public Relations: 646-827-9594 or Alyson@AMP3pr.com. SOURCE EverydayActors.com