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Hollywood-News You’re in Titletown, hoping for Tinsel Town Hollywood-News
  From Green Bay, Hollywood seems a million miles away for anybody aching to break into movies and TV.  “You can’t get there from here” rings in most minds. 

Basically, that’s true. But there are ways to wriggle into the business from here or anywhere, if you have the desire.
 

A lot of the basics are spelled out in a breezy and sometimes comical new book, Hollywood USA How to get into the Movie Business without Moving to Los Angeles or New York.
 

It’s co-authored by someone from around here who is caught up in some nifty projects. You would think what he says works.    Read More...

 
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One who found a path to a career in the movies without formal training shows others the way.


By Dilly Welkins


CAUTION - Randal Patrick says he "never was one to shy away from an adventure."

So when he says a bunch of his college mates walking over the set of movie that was being filmed in Atlanta 18 years ago, he walked over with them. when they started changing clothes in wardrobe, he changed too.

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"I certainly haven't made a living in movie on looks," says Patrick.

"I don't have any great talent.  But I've always been one who won't take 'no' for an answer, and I've always been the type person to ask questions so I can get to the bottom of something. I want to know the answers so I'll know how it works."
 

After working as an extra and seeing the movie business as something he might like to pursue, Patrick enrolled in a TV commercial workshop. "It must've worked because I started working in everything that came to Atlanta," he says "I did voice-overs on the radio. I was in a billboard ad for Ford. They had me sitting in a car, starting out the window, looking clueless, But I was making money."    Read More...

 
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Book has tips on getting into show biz in places other than L.A. or N.Y.
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By NICK CARTER
Of the Journal Sentinel staff
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So you’ve got Tinseltown dreams and a Midwestern heart?  Well, according to a one-time Wisconsinite now working in TV, you can be a player in the national entertainment industry from the comfort of home.

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By BRENDA ERICKSON Herald Times Reporter Staff writer

ALPINE, Texas – The last few weeks have been good for Phil Kramer.  In addition to this weekend’s debut of “Larry McMurtry’s Streets of Laredo,” on which he served as art department coordinator, Kramer is also celebrating the release of “Hollywood U.S.A.,” a book on how to break into show business without moving to California he co-authored with actor/screenwriter Randal Patrick.

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“You don’t have to move to L.A. to get noticed.” - Phil Kramer, Author
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