If you are new to acting, we suggest that you wait to have your headshot taken. You will want to study your craft and reach a certain skill level before you take this important step. Why? Because your headshot is a marketing tool. It must be provocative enough to get you in the door of agents, managers and casting directors, where your skill and talent will need to take over. So, until you know what you bring to the work and how best to "sell" yourself, we recommend you hold off until you have the self-knowledge and self-confidence to know what will be your best "money shot(s)".

In the Power Acting Class we discuss what to look for in a photographer. The photographer links below are here for your convenience to review and compare. If you have a photographer you like, please contact us and let us know. We'll be happy to add their link. Conversely, if you hire one of our listed photographers, please be sure to let them know you found them through The Acting Place.

Andy Comins Photography
Official photographer of The Acting Place! For special discount, mention The Acting Place! Excellent!

Eddie Garcia Photography

Karen Bystedt Photography

Kathy Cooley Photography

Kevyn Major Howard Photography

Jim Stewart's Lucky Shots Photo

Michael Hiller Photography

Rand Alhadeff
Check it out! Tell him you found him through The Acting Place!

Robert Kazandjian Photography

Spence Studios

Suzanne Allison Photography

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