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Meet ClaimFame Pro Member Max Marshall

Last week I had the pleasure of coaching ClaimFame Pro-Member Max Marshall. This polite, friendly and motivated young man blew me away with his courage. At only 18, Max moved from Seattle, WA to Los Angeles to pursue his acting career. Although Max is a green to the entertainment business, he knew he had to take a big risk in order to find success as an actor. Within a few month Max has enrolled in college, found an acting class and joined an improv troupe. We are so pleased to have such a go-getter as part of our ClaimFame community!

During our coaching session Max and I discussed getting new headshots. I loved that Max immediately thought his friend, an aspiring photographer, would be the perfect person to shoot him. Not only will Max get great photos at a low cost but his friend will have new materials to add to his portfolio. I can’t wait to their collaboration and hope that Max adds some fantastic new headshots to his ClaimFame profile. Stay tuned for more on Max Marshall, I have a feeling we will be hearing a lot more from him and his acting career in the near future.

If you want to have a one-on-one coaching session with me, sign up to be a Pro-Member today! 

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Mason O’Brien is ClaimFame’s professional Casting Coach. Mason has worked in casting for years and is also the owner and operator of Bluprint Coaching, a life coaching service based out of Los Angeles. Mason, “The Practical Coach”, works one-on-one with clients during periods of transition to design the next and best phase of their life!

One Response to “Meet ClaimFame Pro Member Max Marshall”

  1. Theresa Williams

    Hi Mason,
    Before I start applying to casting calls, I have lots to do! Things I’ve done are from when I was very young but it was never picked up. There is lots to choose from but I’m working on getting head shots first to have a decent pic out there. With me being a “green pea” & having no experience, what’s the cleverest way to introduced myself & not make my lack of history look as empty as it is?

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