One of the most important skills you can bring into an audition room is confidence. Confidence is being comfortable, willing and ready to share your uniqueness, getting rid of the ugly self- consciousness that sits on our shoulders staring back at us right at the moment we are ready to “do our thing."
A good teacher once said to me, "prepare to be ready for when you get lucky". Instead of wasting time and energy thinking about what you can't change, spend it learning what already makes you great. Once you can appreciate the things that make you loveable and unique, you will be able to walk into any audition room and make those who see you, remember you and want to work with you!
SoledadCampos is a bilingual actress, Spanish teacher, casting assistant and dialect coach, who works in both general and Hispanic markets. Her theatre roots, in Washington, D.C., taught her discipline and respect for the craft, and her love for the performing arts led her to create and produce Encuentros: Latin/o America at The Smithsonian. Soledad will be teaching Keep It Real Acting Studios' upcoming Spanish Commercial Class.