Saturday, January 30, 2010
Well, first of all the term is now "background talent" or "background artist/performer." And the answer is there are agencies that you can Google, depending on where you live. There are SAG and AFTRA regulations that apply.
First you would start out working non-union, which means the alloted contracted union workers would be hired first and then if they needed more the producers could hire non-union.
I suggest calling SAG and/or AFTRA to learn more.
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