Luber Roklin Ent.
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Fri. August 9
Q & A period with moderators Megan Foley and Chuck Marra
Mara will discuss the differences and advantages of having an agent vs a manager or both.
What the best ways are to work with your team to advance your career.
The importance of Social media and your career.
She will give you feedback on your resume and your headshots and will see and re-direct monologues (1.5 minute TOPS)
All sales are final. If you cancel 48 hours prior to the start of the workshop, you will receive a credit for the full amount which you can use towards any other workshop. If you cancel with less than 48 hour notice, you will not receive credit unless your spot in a SOLD OUT workshop is filled.
All students stay for the entire class.
Exceptions made for emergencies if pre-arranged
Mara has cultivated the careers of many young actors, including Chace Crawford and Haley Bennett. Most notably as an agent, Mara booked Brandon Routh in the title role of Superman Returns, and not only discovered, but developed the careers of three leading actors from the franchise box office phenomenon Twilight. As a Manager, Mara put a once unknown actor, Chord Overstreet, on one of Fox’s top-rated shows, Glee, in the role of Sam Evans. She has put many of her clients in starring roles, from prime time television to studio films, and has had much success placing children on Disney and Nickelodeon shows.
Clients include: Faithe Herman: This is Us
Roman Christou: the lead young actor in feature The Curse of La Llorona
Riley Voelkel (Roswell, The Originals) star of upcoming Starz series HighTown
Lexi DiBenedetto on Nickelodeon series Knight Squad,
Sohvi Rodriguez (Animal Kingdom),
Alex Neustaedter: (AXEL | USA’s Colony), Samara Lee: (Annebelle 2 and 3),
Michele Weaver: (Love Is_) star of the upcoming NBC series Council of Dads
Woody McClain: (New Edition, The Bobby Brown Story),
Elizabeth DeRazzo: (Vida), Natalie Valerin: young Jessica Alba in L.A.’s Finest
Deborah Joy Winans: Greenleaf Joi Liaye: Legacies