2. Don’t try to prove that you can act. Amateurs spend all their time trying to impress people so they will be taken seriously as actors. Professionals just show their best work.
3. Don’t ask numerous questions about the director, the shoot, the pay, the cast members, how to play the part, etc. Getting the part doesn't mean aggrevating the casting director.
4. Try to cope with fear or anxiety—run around the block, jump up and down--do something to focus your energy. You can even do vocal exercises in the bathroom.
5. Be polite, humble, and gracious—get rid of the ego! Have fun! The point of an audition is to show your product-- your talent, your personality, your professionalism.
6. Be prepared--bring the script, know the lines, suggest the character by your wardrobe, but don’t wear a costume.
7. Be able to perform on the drop of a dime-emotionally as well as with a dialect, accent or specific character choice. Do not stand in the corner and prepare.
8. Take direction and change the reading if the casting director requests you to. Showing flexibility is a sign of a true professional.
9. You may be auditioning opposite a "reader" but you still have to be believable—no, it isn’t their job to provide you with an excellent "scene partner."
10. Make the strongest choice you can! Casting Directors love to be amused, surprised, and entertained. You'll have a better shot at getting the job!
本文转自：China Industry News