do modeling agents care about an applicants academic transscrips, or credit report?

was suspended in my late senior year (got caught cheating, given saturday detention and skipped) I did voulinteer distributiing brochures to mailboxes for the democratic party to peoples mailboxes, yet i still lost all my scholarships to UM. I still attended university of miami, and just got expelled for an extremely low GPA, (was trying to become a petroleum engineer). I am now smothered with 30 thousand dollars of debt. I didn't know what to do, I couldn't find any jobs above minimum wage, so I kept asking for 20 bucks an hour, and they just said, "ill go find somebody else, Im not paying that much" so I defaulted on the loan, so I had to go through bankruptcy, my credit score is absolute zero, the grim rreaper came and took my car, I got evicted, yesterday, and dont know where to go. I dont want to go back to school at all, I will most likely fail again. I just found a 100 dollar bill in the dispensing area of a coke machine, and am wondering how to spend it. I was researching at starbucks, kept my laptop despite the bankruptcy, and was researching money making opportunities in the Miami area. I talked to the manager of the starbucks about my situation, and she said that there are several modeling agencies in miami, and that I could possibly apply to them to get enough money to hopefully get out of bankruptcy, and that I should spend my last 100 dollars on a cheap modeling test photoshoot, and stamps to send applications into local modeling agencies in hopes of becoming a male model. She said that was my only feasable financial option, unless I wanted to grow cocaine and marijuana in the everglades. My question is, do modeling agencies even care about your academic transscripts, do I have to disclose the information about my poor school performance to them, do I have any hope, or am I doomed to starve? Which agencies to apply to first? SHould I think of going freelance, more profit no percentages, what should i do?

Asked By: - 3/21/2012
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Modelling agencies are only interested in how you look, and that you can follow basic instructions from the photographer, and turn up on time. The possibility that you might have sh1t for brains doesn't matter one bit.
Answered By: B K - 3/21/2012
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they are only interested in your modeling, not your personality flaws... your problems are your problems - as long as they don't impact on the agency/photoshoots...
Answered By: Forlorn Hope - 3/21/2012
Can't see why that would bother them. Turning up on time and taking instruction well will be their only concerns.
Answered By: Curio - 3/21/2012
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