ok well when i was younger i had an agent and i did small tv things, and i remember it taking up a lot of my time. ITs been awhile since i have done n e thing involving tv and broadway, and now my dad thinks its a good time to start up again. I have been re hired and everything but when i talked to my agent she says i would probably have to quit a lot of my activites. I am involved with a lot of things right now and i dont no if its the best for me to do this. I really want to act right now and do this again but i dont want to regret it in the long run.
SurpriseYourself answered Friday February 18 2005, 10:13 pm: if you really want to act then why shouldnt you? why would doing something you love and want to do hurt you in the long run? you cant just say no because of what you think might possibly happen. youll gain alot of expiriences you need in life by taking on acting. quit something that you dont really enjoy and you dont have the passions for. doing something you dont like, not acting for example, will hurt you more in the long run
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SugaHigh answered Friday February 18 2005, 8:27 pm: I think you should go for it. It really is a once in a life time chance now that you're older. The buissness is sooo hard to get into, i know i was lucky. xD But if you really dont feel good doing it then dont. Just remember that those things will be there when you get back ;)
theclone answered Friday February 18 2005, 8:10 pm: follow ur heart.
try limmiting both. do a little spots or w/e here and a little acting here. if that doesn't wrk out do what u enjoy more think of the memories
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*NayBaBiE* answered Friday February 18 2005, 7:02 pm: Why would u regret it you will be famous well that is if your really good so work hard at it! Then you can be famous and make lots of money and go shopping all the time and hang out with all the celebs and meet hot boys!!! DO IT!!!! [ *NayBaBiE*'s advice column | Ask *NayBaBiE* A Question ]
CraziForRey619 answered Friday February 18 2005, 6:09 pm: I wouldn't start up acting just yet. Give yourself some more time to stop all the other activities you are doing. Or, maybe just wait until you think you are ready to do it. You said it yourself: You don't want to regret it in the long run. Besta Luck [ CraziForRey619's advice column | Ask CraziForRey619 A Question ]
Link answered Friday February 18 2005, 5:32 pm: You should do whatever you want to no one here can make the decision for you either you have to do one thing or the other just think about what you will be givin up and choose whatever you think is best for you [ Link's advice column | Ask Link A Question ]
BooDog answered Friday February 18 2005, 5:08 pm: Well buddy, only you can answer that question. But here are two things you gotta remember.
1. This is YOUR life. Don't let your dad sway your decision to act or not.
2. Your agent may be giving you false hopes. She doesn't want you to ditch her and go with another agent, so she may be saying "I've got SO much stuff for you there won't be time for anything else!" when she's only got one gig, and a few auditions where you have to compete with a few hundred others.
What I'm tryin' to say is this; Don't worry about quitting your activities yet. Wait until you have so many jobs that you're forced to pick one or the other.
sohojules26 answered Friday February 18 2005, 4:36 pm: Try to make a chart and write down the activities your doing and how important they are to you. If your really good at something, try to keep that. If your not, thnink about leaving it. You really just hafto go with yuor heart, and whatever you think would be the best thing to do=) [ sohojules26's advice column | Ask sohojules26 A Question ]
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