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  1. Irene Park
    May 5, 2015 @ 7:41 pm

    Hey! This is a great topic to bring up because there is a lot riding here! SAG is an important entity to join but only when you’re ready! There are a lot of nonunion projects atm so if you join too soon you’ll be locked out of those projects. You should have a resume and/or team of representatives, which/who can help you get SAG jobs. I know a lot of actors that hustle to get into SAG with only background vouchers and once they’re in they don’t have any credits to get them in the offices casting SAG projects. Get SAGe, build a resume & reel, & save up for the initation fee & annual dues!


  2. Ian Lasky
    May 5, 2015 @ 9:13 pm

    I’m SAGe and I plan to join when my paperwork gets in. Before I was passed over for a nice role in a movie. Let’s face it, if you want access to the nice Roles, you have to join SAG. If you have the skills, a great headshot, and a reel, they’ll book you.


  3. Chelsea
    July 15, 2015 @ 7:57 pm

    I’m at a real crossroad.. I feel like I’ve got tons of experience and am there craft-wise, but I don’t want to lose non union hosting gigs and non union projects! And of course the price. Sigh.


  4. Bruce Gale
    February 4, 2020 @ 11:56 am

    Great topic! I think I missed the link you mentioned in the video. Could you please share it with me?


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