Kids Management used to (and I believe still does) ask for exclusivity. The others don't usually mind.
Agents don't like you to be doing background work while you are signed to them because it makes you unavailable when they need you. I don't think they give much thought to background work you did before coming to them...unless you try and put it on a resume (NO!!!) or if you have a very young kid and tried it to make sure they would behave and enjoy being on set (YES).
Thanks! I would like her to do the background to warm back up to being onset. It has been a few years for her. Now my daughter is 12 and wants to get back into it. She wants to do modeling too so we would like to get a full service agency.
Any advice is always appreciated. I think I would enjoy Elite,they seem more family oriented and more personally one on one. Usually the more clients the more difficult it would be to get work.
We started out in background only becuase my 11 yr old changed her mind constantly. First it was karate, then it was mma, then it was ballet and so forth. I started her out here until she showed that she was serious. It was her responsibility to call and get the call times and the locations. Worked out great for her. She loved it, she did some Disney shows and that of course is always a PLUS! Best of luck to you.
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