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Acting, Performing and Musicians, Directors and Assistant Directors, Production Sound Mixers, Sound Designers, and Sound Recordists
Title Music Director
Categories Acting, Performing and Musicians, Directors and Assistant Directors, Production Sound Mixers, Sound Designers, and Sound Recordists
Job Information

A music director is a business management professional who selects the music used in movies. Also called a ‘music supervisor’, these professionals oversee the composer and other musicians involved in creating music for a movie. Their job is to create the atmosphere of a movie through the soundtrack selection. Because of this, obtaining permission to use songs on a movie’s soundtrack is a major component of the job.

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Title Professional Actors
Categories Acting, Performing and Musicians
Job Information

Actors depict characters in stories using their voices, appearances, bodies and gestures. They can work in movies, television, commercials, theater, theme parks and clubs. While working as an actor, they perform for entertainment and informational purposes. Actors can play main characters or supporting roles, and they must audition for casting directors to land a part.

Duties

After securing a role, the actor studies the script to learn about the character and memorize the speaking parts. Sometimes scripts change during rehearsals, and actors may find themselves memorizing new lines. Some parts may require actors to sing, dance or perform stunts.

Actors work under the director who advises them on how to portray the characters. To bring the character to life, actors change their voices, dialects, facial expressions and other traits. In addition to wearing costumes, actors use props, which they must learn to use appropriately.

Actors rehearse often, especially for live events where there is little room for error. Long and variable working hours are sometimes required, as well as travel. Actors sometimes have to endure unpleasant working conditions, such as bad weather, harsh stage lights, heavy costuming and little preparation time.

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Title Trainee Actors
Categories Acting, Performing and Musicians
Job Information

Actors depict characters in stories using their voices, appearances, bodies and gestures. They can work in movies, television, commercials, theater, theme parks and clubs. While working as an actor, they perform for entertainment and informational purposes. Actors can play main characters or supporting roles, and they must audition for casting directors to land a part.

Duties

After securing a role, the actor studies the script to learn about the character and memorize the speaking parts. Sometimes scripts change during rehearsals, and actors may find themselves memorizing new lines. Some parts may require actors to sing, dance or perform stunts.

Actors work under the director who advises them on how to portray the characters. To bring the character to life, actors change their voices, dialects, facial expressions and other traits. In addition to wearing costumes, actors use props, which they must learn to use appropriately.

Actors rehearse often, especially for live events where there is little room for error. Long and variable working hours are sometimes required, as well as travel. Actors sometimes have to endure unpleasant working conditions, such as bad weather, harsh stage lights, heavy costuming and little preparation time.

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Title Soundtrack Musicians
Categories Acting, Performing and Musicians
Job Information

Soundtrack musicians, including members of bands and orchestras, perform and record music for live or remote audiences. In addition to classical music or jazz, some musicians may specialize in hip-hop or rock and roll.

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Title Performer
Categories Acting, Performing and Musicians
Job Information

Performing artists entertain and express through music, dance, and theater. Completing a bachelor’s degree in performing arts is not necessary for success as a performer. However, a formal education can enhance a performance artist’s skills and provide increased opportunities for performance experience.

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