Backstage now offering free casting director submission labels

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Actors who are familiar with Backstage know that it is one of the top resources out there for professional and aspiring actors. Now actors are being given the opportunity to receive a free subscription to Backstage Daily, and also receive a free set of casting director and talent agency mailing labels. Actors can use these labels to submit their headshots and resumes to top entertainment industry casting directors to be considered for films, television shows, and commercials that they are casting, and also to submit to top industry talent agencies for possible representation. The Backstage Daily email newsletter lists casting notices, auditions information, etc. Both are exclusively available when actors sign up by visiting http://goo.gl/nX8qDn

Tip: Actors are not located within the United States can simply leave the “State” drop-down box empty, and not choose a state.

Talent that is not familiar with Backstage can read about it at the following Wikipedia page – https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Backstage_(magazine)

If the mailing labels are not received within a week, please contact the Backstage customer service team and let them know you have not received the labels – customers@backstage.com

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Alan Baltes was born in St. Paul, Minnesota and his family moved to Santa Barbara, California when he was 6 years old. He attended San Marcos High School in Santa Barbara, CA with classmates Cathy Ireland, Cady Huffman, Anthony Edwards, and Eric Stoltz. It wasn't until he met actor Don Stroud, that he became interested in acting. Alan attended a casting session with Don to help him read his lines and was noticed by the casting directors of the show "General Hospital". Alan ended up working 8 months on the show as a "Police Cadet McDonald" with fellow actors Mark Dacascos and Jack Wagner. Alan continued to work on various films, television shows, and commercials and also toured with the Native American Dance Theatre as Associate Producer. In 2002, Alan became interested in working on committees at the Screen Actors Guild, and has served on the Background Actors Committee and the Native American Committee. On February 26, 2008, Alan Baltes became "A United Journey For Humanity's Creative Innovators Advocating A Global Difference Honoree". Alan Baltes founded his company, AB Media Publishing LLC in 2007, which publishes the "Actors Resource Guides" for actors among others. His company also publishes a network of casting calls and auditions information websites. Alan is also an IMDb Pro News Desk Partner. In 2014, Alan Baltes opened a PR Services division of his company, providing publicity services for entertainment industry professionals. Alan is also a film and television casting director, with credits ranging from extras to lead role actors. Alan Baltes is the proud parent of two amazing young daughters, and strives to educate young actors about the trials and tribulations of an entertainment industry career.