how to get an agent please read this!?

OK so im 13 and want to become an actress, and i know for sure this is what i want to do for my life as my career xD. so i was planning on getting an agent like in my junior or senior year of high school but i have tons of problems and questions so please help me and answer all the questions please! Also i did have at least one experience as of right now in auditioning ....i audition for la villa a talent middle school for singing tho but its still auditioning. 1.this year im auditioning for Douglas Anderson a talent school for high school and how can get rid of the nervousness just asking in the future right now cause i know im going be to be a little nervous cause i was even nervous to do a monologue front of my own family so help me with that 2.when i do get and agent if i do ( my mom says ok to the whole agent thing but when the time comes she might be trying to convince me to wait but who knows!), should i get an commercial agent first then after a few commercials try to get an theatrically agent to do TV and movies? 3.also if i were to be in a few commercials and the commercials are like in a different state would the commercial people pay for everything like the hotel and transportation? and remember its for an commercial not movie or TV. 4. so Ive looked online at Jacksonville fl 's talent agencies and i sadly only have one.but if that agent were to not want to represent me could i try to audition for the one's in Orlando cause Orlando has like three but also i have family that lives down there and whenever the agent wants to see me i could travel down there or can they come travel down to me?? but also im still in school and my mom probably wouldn't like the whole travel to Orlando all the time thing so whats your opinion?? 5.And lastly im kinda stuck on this one so when i do audition for an agent like how do i exactly do it ... i mean i know the whole ressume thing and head shots but what do i do after that no one is exactly clear enough about it. do i just send them my things and head shots? or do i call in to ask if they want to see me? what do i do right after the head shots and things?? thanks for reading this long question and sorry if sometimes i don't make sense. =)

Asked By: Taylor - 6/14/2010
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Answered By: TruthTeller59 - 6/15/2010
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1) if you are too nervous to even do a monologue, you will have a lot of trouble becoming an actor. you must have the confidence to get up and perform in front of any number of people, so if you cant in front of a small group or even 1 person, that could be a problem... More
Answered By: docbritt - 6/14/2010
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