How To Become An Actor
The entertainment industry is an important aspect of United States' culture. The radio, film, theatre, and television industries need trained professionals to act out roles in these productions. This is the job of actors. Actors typically complete formal dramatic training through a bachelor degree program or acting conservatory program. They usually complete coursework in film, drama, theater, dramatic literature, communications, and radio and television broadcasting. Employment of actors is projected to grow about as fast as average for all professions, increasing 11% from 2006 to 2016. Growth will be driven by the expansion of satellite and cable television operations and the growing demand for major films around the world.