Monday, May 23, 2011
Getting Jobs in Entertainment question 814: Just worked on a show, when is too soon to send a TYN don't want to 'seem over anxious and needy actor'
You should send a thank you note the day you leave set.
Sending a thank you note is an act of appreciation and gratitude,
There's nothing needy about it and too few people do it, so those who do stand out.
Just be sure it is a stand alone thank you not, no "hoping to work with you again soon" or anything like that.
Share a moment that you loved, while working on the show, and compliment them.
Do not attach business cards or any other type of promotional tools.
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