The Highest Paid Singers (Female Singers) Versus The Highest Paid Models Versus The Highest Paid Actresses – Do Models Make More Money Than Actresses, Musicians, And Singers?

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Beautiful Blonde Brazilian Model Gisele Bundchen Modeling For Ipanema Gisele Bundchen Hot Sands Collection Fashion Ads Modeling As The Highest Paid Model In The World Earning $42 Million Dollars Over The Past Year.

Above: Beautiful Blonde Brazilian Model Gisele Bundchen Modeling For Ipanema Gisele Bundchen Hot Sands Collection Fashion Ads Modeling As The Highest Paid Model In The World Earning $42 Million Dollars Over The Past Year.

Thousands of our fashion modeling fans from around the world have been asking our modeling agency if fashion models make more money than actresses and singers. We all know that famous actresses and singers make so much money per year that millions of girls and teenagers dream of following the career paths of their favorite actresses and singers such as Angelina Jolie and Taylor Swift, but do actresses and singers really make more money than female models and supermodels? Do actresses and singers get all the attention and all the media headlines when in reality female models and supermodels have superior earnings power, make more money modeling, and actually print more cash than the famous actresses and singers that we all hear about in the news?

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Beautiful Blonde Brazilian Model Gisele Bundchen Modeling For Versace Ads Modeling As The Highest Paid Model In The World Earning $42 Million Dollars Over The Past Year.

Above: Beautiful Blonde Brazilian Model Gisele Bundchen Modeling For Versace Ads Modeling As The Highest Paid Model In The World Earning $42 Million Dollars Over The Past Year.

The Highest Paid Singers (Female Singers) Versus The Highest Paid Models Versus The Highest Paid Actresses – Who Makes The Most Cash?

Madonna – $125 Million United States Dollars In Earnings For The Past Year

We start our list of the “Highest Paid Actresses, Models, And Female Singers In The World” with the one and only “Queen of Pop” known around the world as simply Madonna. Madonna takes the number 1 spot on the Billboard and Forbes lists for “The Highest Paid Female Singers In The World” for the last 12 months with earnings of approximately $125 million United States Dollars (according to Forbes Magazine). Thanks largely to her blockbuster MDNA tour, the “Queen of Pop” became the highest paid singer (female singer) in the world as the MDNA tour was last year’s biggest concert tour ($305 million gross which means what they made before paying all the tour expenses), and the 10th top grossing tour of all time. The 88 day tour earned Madonna an estimated $32 million (according to Billboard). The MDNA tour also supported the MDNA album from Madonna which debuted at number 1 on the Billboard 200 and generated impressive physical and digital album sales for the artist. Add the tens of millions earned from endorsements, merchandise sales, and sponsorships and you reach $125 million for the past year.

Lady Gaga – $80 Million United States Dollars In Earnings For The Past Year

Taylor Swift – $55 Million United States Dollars In Earnings For The Past Year Making Her The Third Highest Paid Female Singer In The World

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Beautiful Blonde Country Singer Taylor Swift Modeling For Taylor By Taylor Swift Fragrance Perfume Ads Modeling As The Third Highest Paid Female Singer In The World Earning $55 Million Dollars Over The Past Year.

Above: Beautiful Blonde Country Singer Taylor Swift Modeling For Taylor By Taylor Swift Fragrance Perfume Ads Modeling As The Third Highest Paid Female Singer In The World Earning $55 Million Dollars Over The Past Year.

Number 3 on the Forbes list for “The Highest Paid Female Singers In The World” is country singer and singing sensation Taylor Swift with earnings over the last 12 months of $55 million United States Dollars. Taylor Swift also earned big as one of the faces of CoverGirl (fashion modeling so in all fairness it was not all singing). For those that still believe that the music industry is dead, it is important to know that Taylor Swift released her fourth studio album “Red” in October 2012 and sold 1.2 million copies in week one. The album’s first single “We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together” became her first to top Billboard’s Hot 100 chart.

Think about what was just said…Taylor Swift’s latest music album “Red” sold 1.2 million units during its opening week last fall. Call her country, pop, or both. Either way, Taylor Swift’s Nashville connections helped her music album “Red” sell 1.2 million copies in its first week but as successful as the music album was, the truth is that touring and endorsements (which include fashion modeling for major fashion brands) still make up the majority of her total earnings. That said, Taylor Swift is a record selling powerhouse, moving nearly 3 million physical units and more than 1 million digital albums, and a staggering 15.6 million digital tracks, driven by the release of “Red” and its mega-hit “We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together”.

Still not impressed with all of Taylor Swift’s achievements? Well, we also forgot to mention that the 23 year old singer Taylor Swift is also the highest paid female country singer in the world and has taken advantage of that success by signing endorsement deals with Diet Coke, Sony, and CoverGirl (fashion modeling) while making millions touring on the road. Taylor Swift should earn even more next year as she transitions from arena shows to stadium sellouts, and if you are still not impressed with all of these incredible achievements then you really do have very high standards! Our congratulations to you!

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Beautiful Brunette Actress Angelina Jolie Modeling For Vanity Fair Magazine Fashion Editorials Modeling As The Highest Paid Actress In The World Earning $33 Million Dollars Over The Past Year.

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#4 Beyonce – $53 Million United States Dollars In Earnings For The Past Year

#5 Jennifer Lopez – $45 Million United States Dollars In Earnings For The Past Year

#6 Rihanna – $43 Million United States Dollars In Earnings For The Past Year

Number 6 on the list of “The Highest Paid Female Singers In The World” is Barbados born music diva known around the world as Rihanna who has parlayed the success of her music into lucrative endorsements with the likes of Vita Coco and Nivea, a perfume fragrance called Reb’l Fleur, and a heavy touring schedule. Reb’l Fleur is the first perfume fragrance for women endorsed by Barbadian music recording artist Rihanna. The perfume fragrance was promoted with the accompanying tagline “Bad Feels So Good”. Reb’l Fleur was positively received upon its release and has become highly successful adding even more cash to Rihanna’s bank accounts.

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Beautiful Brunette American Actress Angelina Jolie Modeling For Vanity Fair Magazine Fashion Editorials Modeling As The Highest Paid Actress In The World Earning $33 Million Dollars Over The Past Year.

Above: Beautiful Brunette American Actress Angelina Jolie Modeling For Vanity Fair Magazine Fashion Editorials Modeling As The Highest Paid Actress In The World Earning $33 Million Dollars Over The Past Year.

The Highest Paid Singers (Female Singers) Versus The Highest Paid Models Versus The Highest Paid Actresses – Who Makes The Most Cash?

By now our millions of fashion modeling fans around the world might be wondering…Where in the world are the fashion models on this special celebrity list of actresses, fashion models, and female singers? Well, the first model on the list (Brazilian beauty Gisele Bundchen) appears at number 7 with $42 million United States Dollars for the past 12 months with other supermodels following behind (see our “Highest Paid Models In The World” articles and lists throughout our website). Thus, it appears that singers have incredible earnings power and some stability in those earnings thanks to their music royalties and their ability to tour around the world whenever they are low in cash and their bank accounts start looking a little depressing.

What about actresses? Only when we get to $33 million United States Dollars does the first actress appear on the list with American actress Angelina Jolie. Following close behind Angelina Jolie is Colombian actress Sofia Vergara with $30 million United States Dollars in earnings over the past 12 months. Thus, while there appear to be more actresses than models that earn anywhere from $20 to $33 million United States Dollars (including actresses Jennifer Lawrence at $26 million, Kristen Stewart at $22 million, and Jennifer Aniston at only $20 million) the truth is that the earnings of actresses are very unstable compared to the earnings generated by models and supermodels. Many actresses rely on one or two blockbuster films to be able to make the amount of money that these actresses have made over the past year, and if any of the above actresses do not get a major role for a new movie or major television show the following year they can drop from “The Highest Paid Actresses In The World” list faster than you can blink an eye.

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Beautiful South African Blonde Victoria’s Secret Model Candice Swanepoel Modeling In Beautiful Sexy Victoria’s Secret Black Lingerie Modeling As The 10th Highest Paid Model In The World Earning $3.1 Million Dollars Over The Past Year.

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Instability in earnings (as compared to actresses) is not so much of a problem for models and supermodels as many models and supermodels represent a fairly large and diverse number of clients in various industries which gives them the added benefit of revenue diversification. This is the reason why the list of “The Highest Paid Models In The World” rarely changes by much while the list of “The Highest Paid Actresses In The World” can be very different from one year to the next. In fact, Brazilian supermodel Gisele Bundchen has earned $42 million over the past 12 months, $45 million over the previous 12 months, and another $45 million during the 2010-2011 time period. Talk about stable earnings for the world’s highest paid model!

But the truth is that none of these female singers and music stars, models and supermodels, and famous actresses can even come close and rival Sports Illustrated beauty Kathy Ireland. Kathy Ireland was a supermodel in the 1980’s and 1990’s (if you have never heard of Kathy Ireland ask your dad) best known for appearing in 13 consecutive Sports Illustrated swimsuit issues. In 1993, Kathy Ireland started licensing her name in thousands of products around the world and founded a brand marketing company known as “kathy Ireland Worldwide” which has become a multi-billion dollar fashion empire making her perhaps the wealthiest self made model in the world and creating a business empire that not even Madonna or any other famous female singer or actress in the world has been able to match, and that in itself is reason for us models (and our fans) to celebrate as we sincerely hope that models and Supermodels will someday rule the world! Enjoy!

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Beautiful Blonde Brazilian Model Gisele Bundchen Modeling For Ipanema Gisele Bundchen Fashion Ads Modeling As The Highest Paid Model In The World Earning $42 Million Dollars In The Past Year.

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How To Get Started In Acting – Do I Need An Acting Agent (Talent Agent) To Become An Actress? How To Become An Actress And What Is SAG-AFTRA? Why You Need An Acting Agent (Talent Agent) To Become A Successful And Famous Actress

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Beautiful Brunette Actress Kristen Stewart Modeling For The Cover Of British Vogue Magazine Modeling As The Highest Paid Actress In The World For British Vogue Fashion Editorials. Actress Kristen Stewart Photographed By Mario Testino.

Above: Beautiful Brunette Actress Kristen Stewart Modeling For The Cover Of British Vogue Magazine Modeling As The Highest Paid Actress In The World For British Vogue Fashion Editorials. Actress Kristen Stewart Photographed By Mario Testino.

Many models at some point in their modeling careers consider the option of acting for major motion pictures, television shows, and television commercials with speaking roles. Many models are able to get started in acting with no problems while other models do not do as well in their acting careers and constantly struggle to get major acting roles or even secondary acting roles. Becoming an actress is not extremely difficult, but becoming a very successful and famous actress is something completely different that requires acting training, education about the acting industry, discipline, personality, very well developed acting skills, charisma, networking, passion, and most importantly having the right acting agent (talent agent) to help you to become as successful as possible in your acting career.

Above: The Highest Paid Actresses In The World – The Highest Paid Actresses In Hollywood.

How To Get Started In Acting And How To Get An Acting Agent (Talent Agent) To Become An Actress

The business of acting covers many different things such as unions, acting auditions, acting casting calls, acting contracts, and of course acting agents (talent agents). While many will not agree with this, specially because there are always exceptions, it is safe to say that in general (again, there are always exceptions) having an acting agent and an acting agency (a talent agency) is the first step in distinguishing amateur and sometimes professional actresses from highly successful and famous professional actresses. For example, if you live in Los Angeles it will be extremely difficult to get principal leading roles in major motion pictures and movies without an acting agent (talent agent) representing you. You might be the most talented actress in the entire world but it will be extremely difficult for you to get major acting roles if no one in the acting industry knows who you are and what amazing things you can do as an actress.

Promoting an actress (in this case you) is the job of an acting agent and the acting agency which represents actresses (in this case you being one of the actresses). An acting agency (talent agency) could have dozens or even hundreds of acting agents, talent agents, and/or employees (this is common for the largest acting agencies and/or talent agencies in Los Angeles Southern California) with the objective of getting their actresses as much acting work around the world as possible. Try to find a successful and famous actress that is currently acting in major motion pictures and movies and does not have acting representation from a major acting and talent agency. While certainly possible, it is indeed rare.

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Beautiful Blonde Actress Charlize Theron Modeling For The Cover Of British Vogue Magazine Modeling As One Of The Highest Paid Actresses In The World. Actress Charlize Theron Photographed By Patrick Demarchelier.

Above: Beautiful Blonde Actress Charlize Theron Modeling For The Cover Of British Vogue Magazine Modeling As One Of The Highest Paid Actresses In The World. Actress Charlize Theron Photographed By Patrick Demarchelier.

What Kind Of Agent Do I Need?

Now that we have explained why you need an acting agent (talent agent) it is important to explore the different types of agents that are available to represent actresses. Commercial agents handle television commercials, voice-over agents handle radio and off-camera work, theatrical agents handle movies, television shows, stage, and theatre. There are also other types of talent agents such as modeling agents (think ZARZAR MODELS), as well as talent agents that focus on professional sport athletes, musicians, authors and writers, film directors, producers, broadcast journalists, and other members of the entertainment industry. Even within each major area you can find different specialties such as fashion runway, commercial print, editorial print, fashion print, etc. for modeling agents and modeling agencies (all these areas of modeling are covered by our modeling agency). Typically, the larger the agency the more specialized the agents.

For actors and actresses, theatrical and commercial is where most of the acting work is so from a business perspective you probably want to make sure that you are represented by an acting agency (talent agency) that handles acting work in these areas. Acting agents are also franchised or not franchised. A franchised agent is one who is licensed to represent union performers. Union pay is sometimes much better than non-union pay, and you will get benefits that non-union actors might not get, which brings us to one of the most common questions that beginning actresses ask and that is “what in the world is SAG-AFTRA and why should I care?” which is the subject of our next section.

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Beautiful Brunette Actress Kristen Stewart Modeling For Balenciaga Paris Florabotanica Fragrance Fashion Advertisements And Perfume Ads Modeling As The Highest Paid Actress In The World. Actress Kristen Stewart Photographed By Steven Meisel.

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How To Become An Actress And What Is SAG-AFTRA?

One of the first things that confuses beginning actresses and beginning actors is SAG-AFTRA, specially when a beginning actress is asked for the very first time if she is a member of the union or a member of SAG-AFTRA (a beginning actress will generally be asked this question during her first acting role either as a principal actress, a supporting actress, or a background actress which is known as an extra). Her first response is usually a blank stare followed by “what union” or “SAG-AFTRA what?” followed by a very confused look which even an actress can generally not fake. The union that most actresses and actors generally refer to in the United States is called SAG-AFTRA. Better known by the general public as the Screen Actors Guild or SAG for short it was an American labor union representing over 105,000 film and television actresses, actors, principals, and background performers (known as extras) worldwide. On March 30, 2012 the SAG union leadership announced that the SAG membership voted to merge with the American Federation Of Television And Radio Artists known as AFTRA to create SAG-AFTRA.

SAG-AFTRA For Actresses And Actors – Should I Join SAG-AFTRA? Is SAG-AFTRA Right For Me As A Beginning Actress?

Today SAG-AFTRA represents more than 165,000 actresses, actors, announcers, broadcast journalists, dancers, DJs, news writers, news editors, program hosts, puppeteers, recording artists, singers, stunt performers, voiceover artists, and other media professionals. SAG-AFTRA members are the faces and voices that entertain and inform America and the world. With national offices in Los Angeles and New York, and local offices nationwide, SAG-AFTRA members work together to secure the strongest protections for media artists into the 21st century and beyond.

SAG-AFTRA brings together two great American labor unions: the Screen Actors Guild and the American Federation Of Television And Radio Artists. Both were formed in the turmoil of the 1930’s with rich histories of fighting for and securing the strongest protections for actresses, actors, and other media artists. Its members united to form the successor union known as SAG-AFTRA in order to preserve those hard-won rights and to continue the struggle to extend and expand those protections for actresses, actors, and other members of the entertainment industry. If you do decide to join SAG-AFTRA it is important to remember that you will have to pay membership fees every single year (this will be covered in detail in other ZARZAR MODELS articles for actresses) and you will not be allowed to work on non-union movies, non-union television shows, non-union television commercials, etc.

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By this point fashion models and runway models that are interested in expanding into acting and developing an acting career might be wondering if there is an equivalent union for fashion models and runway models. The answer is that there is no comparable union for models, fashion models, and runway models in the modeling industry which is why you want to make sure that you are represented by a world class modeling agency if possible (for example, many of our models from around the world have appeared on magazine covers and/or fashion editorials from prestigious fashion magazines and publications as well as appeared in national and international fashion advertising campaigns).

“If there are no acting agents, acting agencies, or talent agencies within several hundred miles of where you live, there probably is no paying work where you live.”

Remember that the focus of this article on how to become an actress is to also discuss the business of acting: earning money, making a living thanks to your acting jobs, and building a professional acting career. You are probably going to spend a lot of time, energy, and money developing your acting career so it is extremely important for you to take a lot of time thinking about which acting agency (talent agency) is right for you. What might be the perfect acting agency (talent agency) for your best friend might not be the best acting agency (talent agency) for you. Also, if you live far away from Los Angeles or New York in a very small town in the middle of nowhere you might be doing yourself a favor by eventually moving to Los Angeles or New York where the agents (and the money) are located. Try driving several hundred miles for a five minute acting audition and then driving back home, then do the same thing the next day for the call back (a second audition to see if you can get the acting job). You will be exhausted from acting in no time, and your travel expenses will definitely diminish your earnings from acting.

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If there are no acting agents and acting agencies (talent agencies) in your small town, it is probably because there is no acting work in your small town (if that is the case try to find the nearest town with an acting agency and ask if they work with the larger acting agencies in Los Angeles Southern California or New York). Local libraries, colleges, and universities with acting programs and acting degrees are also great starting points for starting your research and your search for your perfect acting agency and acting agent. Some beginning actresses go as far as contacting local production companies and local television stations and asking them for recommendations on reputable and prestigious acting agencies (talent agencies) which is what we meant by saying that you will probably spend a lot of time, money, and energy in developing your acting career.

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Beautiful Blonde ZARZAR MODEL Jessica Paterson Modeling In Southern California Modeling In Beautiful Red Classic Cars For Watches And Accessories Fashion Ads. ZARZAR MODELING AGENCY Model And Actress.

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Film And Movie Auditions You Will Encounter As A Young Actress – The Danger Of Acting And Modeling Without Agency Representation

Beautiful Guess Models Alexandria Morgan And Megan Williams Modeling For The Guess Accessories Fall 2015 Fashion Campaign.
Beautiful Guess Models Alexandria Morgan And Megan Williams Modeling For The Guess Accessories Fall 2015 Fashion Campaign.

Above: Beautiful Guess Models Alexandria Morgan And Megan Williams Modeling For The Guess Accessories Fall 2015 Fashion Campaign.

As a young actress, you will be exposed to many different kinds of projects. You will experience shoots that are super exciting and amazing to be a part of, and you will also experience frustrating gigs that will challenge your patience. Not all of these will be worth your time; not all of these will be a waste of your time. It’s important to learn what is valuable work experience and what is someone blatantly taking advantage of your time and your talent.

First off: The Creeps. There will be many people (mainly men) that will try to get you to take your clothes off for films. Now, if HBO is asking you to do a nude scene and you’re comfortable with the material, your body, and you want to do it, then by all means go for it. However, don’t be disillusioned to think Mr. Joe Schmoe is going to “get you places” if you do a topless scene for his Indie short. Indie short does not equal HBO series. The distinction here is not only the exposure (pun intended) but also the professionalism. If someone is making you uncomfortable or asking you to do something you’re just not comfortable doing, guess what? You’re in charge of your body and you don’t have to do it. You may lose the job, but you will save yourself a lot of heartache. Furthermore, if you are comfortable getting naked for an Indie short, then go ahead! There’s nothing shameful about nudity for the sake of art, regardless of who tries to tell you otherwise. It’s just a matter of what you feel up for and if you’re okay with what you’re doing and the way you’re being treated. Never do anything you don’t passionately want to do.

For example, I had a filmed audition that I just felt weird about. The casting director (slash co-star, slash director, slash producer, etc—red flag number one) asked me all these really personal questions that had nothing to do with my acting abilities or what I could bring to the project. He also sat uncomfortably close to me on the “casting couch” and was just being odd: he told me how pretty I was, and commented on the size of my breasts. He then asked me, “Is there any reason I should keep the camera rolling? Anything else you can… do?” I immediately inferred what was going on and humorously deflected saying, “I can juggle!” and got myself out of there as soon as possible. Regardless of what his intentions actually were, I didn’t feel comfortable and there is probably a very good reason why. This brings me to my next bit of advice: follow your instincts.

A woman’s intuition is strong. If you feel like something isn’t right- with any social situation, professional or otherwise- chances are there’s a reason. You’re not just “being paranoid” or “reading too much into it;” you feel uncomfortable because your upbringing has taught you social norms and this situation is breaking those norms. It’s important to trust your instincts, and not be afraid to speak up. This is an area I really struggle with. Often times, I will sense a situation is amiss, or could potentially be dangerous to me as a woman, but I continue out of obligation or fear of being rude. Learn from my mistakes. People will make you uncomfortable without realizing it and if you bring it to their attention perhaps they will be more conscientious of their behavior in the future. Maybe not, but at least you spoke your mind and looked out for your own safety.

This one time, I was meeting a potential client in a private residence, and as I got into the elevator I realized that I was alone with two strange men in a secluded building. I felt fear sink its talons into my racing heart as I continued down the narrow hallway to what could have been my demise. My fears were nullified and I ended up having a very prolific meeting with said client and everything turned out fine, but that doesn’t invalidate the fear I felt in the elevator. While the clients did not intend me harm, they were just being oblivious to the fact that I could have felt uncomfortable with the situation. You will encounter this a lot: people that aren’t ill intending or malicious, but they just don’t realize the world that women live in.

Other clients you may encounter might be the inconsiderate kinds that disrespect your time. There’s a saying in the business that being an actress is the job of “hurry up and wait.” You are expected to be on time or early for your call time promptly at 5am, but then you may wait around until 11:30am before you even get on camera. This is normal. However, it’s important to know your worth. If you’re just starting out and have nothing on your resume, know that people will treat you like this because they can. You need them more than they need you. You need the experience and the credential on your resume, and they just need a body. Ultimately, you will graduate beyond this treatment, but it may be a while before you are at this point.

Very early in my career I was filming for a music video and I was the only actress on set. Everything was dandy until the actual musician arrived. He was a big hot shot and I was a lowly nobody so they put me in holding for another six hours while they filmed all of his scenes. Six hours later, they woke me from my catnap and said, “you’re wrapped!” I couldn’t believe that they kept me waiting for so long for literally nothing. However, with no one else to stand beside me, and having been paid a flat day rate, I really didn’t feel like I had any grounds to contest my time being wasted. Another instance, I was an extra on a student film and I was kept for four hours longer than originally expected. The other extras and I banded together to ask for overtime for the extra time we were kept beyond eight hours (there’s a whole system for overtime payment). If it hadn’t been for the others in my group saying, “yes, we deserve more money,” I might have not bothered asking, and I wouldn’t have gotten the extra payment. But, because I asked, I received more money and left feeling a sense of worth and that my time and talent was respected.

These are just a few examples of situations you may encounter as a new actress. It is important to know that these happen mainly to unrepresented actresses, which most newbies are, but that this is not common to those with agents getting them the work. The projects I’ve mentioned were all castings I found via Actor’s Access, LA Casting, or (yes, admittedly) Craigslist, but I did not have representation backing me. Once you have an agent, you will get much more reputable clients that (hopefully) will treat you with more respect than the lower-end projects. However, as they say, one must “pay their dues.” There will be creeps to weed through and long hours for little pay, but there will also be art and the magic of showbiz. Follow your instincts, stick to your guns, and learn from those around you until you’re the one writing to new actresses and you can look back and laugh.

My name is Amanda and I write for ZARZAR MODELING AGENCY which is best known around the world as ZARZAR MODELS. I am not represented by ZARZAR MODELS but the agency wanted me to share my experiences about acting and modeling without agency representation. In particular, ZARZAR MODELS makes sure that its models are treated with the highest respect including making sure that its fashion models and actresses do not have to wait beyond a certain amount of time during modeling and acting auditions. In addition, ZARZAR MODELS is extremely selective in the clients that it works with in order to make sure that its models and actresses do not have to face many of the dangerous situations faced by actresses and models that are not represented by an agency. Furthermore, ZARZAR MODELS does not allow nudity of any kind (including implied nudity, etc.) for its fashion models and actresses making it a truly unique and one of a kind modeling agency.

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How Much Money Do Game Of Thrones Actresses Sophie Turner, Emilia Clarke, And Lena Headey Make Per Episode? How Much Money Is The Game Of Thrones Cast Paid?

How Much Money Do Game Of Thrones Actresses Emilia Clarke, Sophie Turner, And Lena Headey Make Per Episode? How Much Money Is The Game Of Thrones Cast Paid?

Game of Thrones is a massive show with a big budget, but how much of that budget goes to the cast? An amount fit for a king, it turns out!

Game of Thrones divides its cast-members into a three-tiered system, with the members of tier one receiving the highest salaries.

Tier 1
So who is lucky enough to be in the top group? Emilia Clarke (Daenerys Targaryen), Kit Harington (Jon Snow), and the whole Lannister clan: Lena Headey (Cersei), Peter Dinklage (Tyrion), and Nikolaj Coster-Waldau (Jaime). After receiving a hefty raise during salary negotiations after Season 4, these five stars are each expected to rake in $300,000 per episode next season. Since there are ten episodes in a season, each of these actors will end their season having made a cool $3,000,000… assuming they can survive through all 10 episodes.

The Rest

The numbers are a little more hazy on the rest of the cast. The second rung on the ladder, which includes such actors as Sophie Turner (Sansa Stark), Maisie Williams (Arya Stark), and Natalie Dormer (Margaery Tyrell), among others, are said to have received large raises in recent negotiations as well. While previous estimates put at least the younger members of this group in the $55,000 per episode range ($550,000 per season), we wouldn’t be shocked to learn if they’ve all been bumped up to six figures an episode given the show’s mammoth popularity.

They say the Lannisters always pay their debts, and now we know how they can afford to!

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Game of Thrones Cast Salaries

Game of Thrones biggest stars – see on this page – are rumoured to be paid $300,000 an episode (or $2.1 million per season) after negotiating new contracts for a seventh season. They united to negotiate a $1 million an episode deal (about $7 million for the season) for the 10th and final season. The contracts do not guarantee that the characters of the actors will stay alive in the series.

As expected, Tier A, aka the highest-paid level, includes the show’s lead actors, including Emilia Clarke (who plays Daenerys Targaryen), Kit Harington (Jon Snow), and Peter Dinklage (Tyrion Lannister). Nikolaj Coster-Waldau (aka Jaime Lannister) and Lena Headey (Cersei Lannister) are also included in this tier.

Though the exact number of their renegotiated salary was not revealed at the time, Deadline reported that all of the Tier A actors are currently paid close to $300,000 an episode. For Dinklage and Headey, who were making $160,000 per episode in Season 4, the pay bump marked a nearly 100% raise. Since there are ten episodes per a season, the actors in this tier (at least those who weren’t temporarily killed off) will end each season having made a cool $3,000,000.

Again, these deals were struck ahead of Season 5.

Update 6/22/16: After the show earned high ratings and critical acclaim in its recent seasons, the Game of Thrones stars are again asking for a significant pay bumps. According to Deadline, the above mentioned Tier A actors will now all be paid north of $500,000 an episode for Season 7, which has been officially picked up, and Season 8, which is widely expected. While the pay raise helps secure the key cast for the series’ final run, it reportedly doesn’t guarantee that all five characters will survive til the show’s last episodes. Meanwhile, speculation is that both Season 7 and Season 8 will be shorter than previous seasons, possibly seven episodes for the former and six episodes for the latter.

Per THR, the lower-salaried “B” tier includes co-stars Natalie Dormer (Margaery Tyrell), Sophie Turner (Sansa Stark), Maisie Williams (Arya Stark), and several others who remain unnamed. Of the names including in this tier, Williams is probably the most surprising, as her character Arya is a fan favorite and widely considered a staple of the show. However, some reports suggest that her younger age could have been a factor in knocking her down to the second tier.

Though their salaries were not revealed at the time, THR reports that all of Tier B also scored raises in the 2014 negotiations (albeit smaller ones than those in Tier A). In return, these actors also extended their contracts through Season 7.

What about the rest of the cast not included in Tier or Tier B? Per THR, there is reportedly also a third tier of regular actors who received much smaller pay increases during negotiations.

Game of Thrones is one of HBO’s most valuable properties and the push to stretch a seventh year into the cast’s contracts reflects the long-term value the premium cable operation places on the show.
The series commands a weekly audience of more than seven million viewers in the US, and has been sold extensively around the world. Unusually, and valuably, it has increased its audience every season since its debut in 2011.

The new contracts, however, do not guarantee that the actors who have signed them will live to see a seventh season.
Game of Thrones is notorious for killing off its main characters.
More than 20 characters have been killed off in the series since it launched.

Mother of dollars: Emilia Clarke, who plays Daenerys Targaryen, is in the top tier.

No wonder he repays his debts: The show’s lead actors, such as Peter Dinklage, now earn roughly $US300,000 per episode.

EXCLUSIVE: HBO’s fantasy drama Game Of Thrones has been a rare combination of a ratings smash, cultural phenomenon and a critical darling, winning the Best Drama Series Emmy last year. I hear the stars of the series are sharing in its success with major new salary bumps for what is rumored to be Game Of Thrones’ final chapter.
I hear mainstays Peter Dinklage (Tyrion Lannister), Kit Harington (Jon Snow), Lena Headey (Cersei Lannister), Emilia Clarke (Daenerys Targaryen) and Nikolaj Coster-Waldau (Jaime Lannister) will all be paid north of $500,000 an episode for Season 7, which has been officially picked up, and Season 8, which is widely expected. HBO has not specified the size of the order for Season 7, but speculation has been that both Season 7 and Season 8 would be shorter than the standard for the show 10 episodes, possibly seven episodes (Season 7) and six episodes (Season 8).

‘Game of Thrones’ Stars Score Hefty Pay Raises for Season 8
But that doesn’t mean they’ll all survive the HBO fantasy drama.
HBO is sharing the Game of Thrones wealth with the cast.

The stars of the Emmy-winning drama are in line to receive hefty salary raises for the likely eighth and potentially final season of the fantasy drama based on the books by George R.R. Martin, sources confirmed to The Hollywood Reporter.

Due to score sizable pay bumps are leads Peter Dinklage (Tyrion Lannister), Kit Harington (Jon Snow), Lena Headey (Cersei Lannister), Emilia Clarke (Daenerys Targaryen) and Nikolaj Coster-Waldau (Jaime Lannister). They’ll each earn upward of $500,000 per episode of season seven, which has already been announced, and in the likely eighth season (which is all but a formality). The raises for season seven come as part of an option HBO had with the cast as part of their last deal, signed in October 2014, that saw the five stars each become among the highest-paid actors on cable TV. The premium cable network had the option on season seven, and that has now been exercised and packaged with season eight. While the five stars are locked in, it does not guarantee that their characters will survive through what is expected to be the end of the series. HBO declined comment on the salary bumps.

Season eight has not yet been announced but is wildly expected as the drama, from showrunners David Benioff and D.B. Weiss is, in their words, “approaching the finish line.”

The duo told THR ahead of the current sixth season — which wraps Sunday — that they are “writing the final act” and are “looking at somewhere between 70 and 75 hours before the credits roll for the last time.”

Also unclear are just how many episodes seasons seven and eight will consist of. When season six wraps this weekend, Thrones will have aired 60 episodes, meaning the remaining two seasons could be short-orders to match the 75 hours producers have envisioned.

The contracts of the remaining stars, including Sophie Turner (Sansa Stark), Maisie Williams (Arya Stark) and others, has not yet been completed. Their last deal, in October 2014, also saw them net hefty raises with an option for season seven.

Game of Thrones ranks as HBO’s most-watched series ever and is the premium outlet’s longest-running show currently on the air.

“The Winds of Winter” Finally Arrives

But not in the way book readers were hoping, unfortunately. The season six finale borrows its title from the sixth novel in George R.R. Martin’s series — a book that remains unpublished. As such, Thrones veered away from the books during season six, and in many cases even revealed plot points ahead of Martin’s pace. (Here’s looking at you, Hodor.) The words “Winds of Winter” carry significant weight for fans of both Thrones and A Song of Ice and Fire, serving as both a powerful sign of things to come, and a painful reminder of the book’s continued delay.

The Future Is Unknown

The wait between seasons can be brutal. Though it seems a faraway memory now, Jon Snow’s death in the season five finale slammed into fans like a ton of ice bricks dropping from the top of the Wall. Will season six end on a similarly painful and even maddening cliffhanger? That’s unknown for now. What is known, however, is the fact that Thrones is closer than ever to its conclusion. Showrunners David Benioff and Dan Weiss have expressed their intent to end the series soon, with some debate about the exact amount of episodes remaining.

“In the beginning, we hoped that if the show worked, we’d get seven seasons to tell the tale. Seven kingdoms, seven gods, seven books — seven felt like a lucky number,” Benioff and Weiss told THR ahead of season six. “The actual messiness of storytelling might not be quite that numerologically elegant, but we’re looking at somewhere between 70 and 75 hours before the credits roll for the last time.”

Emilia Clarke

Emilia Isabelle Euphemia Rose Clarke[1][2] (born 23 October 1986[3]) is an English actress. She is best known for her role as Daenerys Targaryen in the HBO series Game of Thrones, for which she received two Emmy Award nominations for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series in 2013 and 2015. Clarke made her Broadway debut in a production of Breakfast at Tiffany’s as Holly Golightly in March 2013. In 2015, she starred as Sarah Connor in the film Terminator Genisys. She was named Esquire’s Sexiest Woman Alive in 2015.

Game Of Thrones Actress Sophie Turner

Sophie Turner (born 21 February 1996) is an English actress. Turner made her professional acting debut as Sansa Stark on the HBO fantasy television series Game of Thrones (2011-present), which brought her international recognition and critical praise. For her performance, she has received four nominations for Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series, as well as a Young Artist Award nomination for Best Supporting Young Actress in a TV Series.

Turner has also starred in the television film The Thirteenth Tale (2013) and she made her feature film debut in Another Me (2013). She has also starred in the action comedy Barely Lethal (2015) and played Jean Grey in X-Men: Apocalypse (2016).

Watch a Young Sophie Turner and Maisie Williams Own Their Game of Thrones Auditions

Remember when Sansa and Arya looked like this?

Season six of Game of Thrones might be over, but you can relive the early glory of the Starks and the North with this very excellent audition tape of Sophie Turner and Maisie Williams trying out for the roles of Sansa and Arya Stark, respectively, nearly six years ago.

The video clip splices two different audition clips of the actresses from 2010, where each reads opposite parts from the same scene (presumably with a line reader for the video); however, with the editing, it appears that the two girls are speaking to one another, despite the fact that the footage was taken separately.

Game Of Thrones Actress Lena Headey

Lena Headey (born 3 October 1973) is a British actress.

After being scouted at age 17, Headey worked steadily as an actress in small and supporting roles in films throughout the 1990s, before finding fame for her lead performances in big-budget films such as the fantasy film The Brothers Grimm (2005), the action film 300 (2007), portraying Gorgo, Queen of Sparta, and the adventure and biographical film The Red Baron (2008).

Headey is best known for portraying Queen Cersei Lannister in HBO’s hit fantasy series Game of Thrones since 2011, a performance that has earned her two consecutive Emmy award nominations for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series. She is also known for playing the titular character Sarah Connor on Fox’s Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles and the villainous drug lord Madeline “Ma-Ma” Madrigal in Dredd.

Maisie Williams

Margaret Constance “Maisie” Williams[1] (born 15 April 1997) is an English actress. She made her professional acting debut as Arya Stark in the HBO fantasy television series Game of Thrones, for which she won the EWwy Award for Best Supporting Actress in a Drama, the Portal Award for Best Supporting Actress – Television and Best Young Actor, and the Saturn Award for Best Performance by a Younger Actor.

Williams has also had a recurring role in Doctor Who as Ashildr in 2015. In addition to television, she made her feature film debut in the mystery The Falling, for which she won the London Film Critics’ Circle Award for Young Performer of the Year.

Natalie Dormer

Natalie Dormer (born 11 February 1982) is an English actress. She became known for her roles as Anne Boleyn on the Showtime series The Tudors (2007–10), as Margaery Tyrell on the HBO series Game of Thrones (2012–16), Irene Adler on the CBS series Elementary (2013–15), and as Cressida in the science-fiction adventure films The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 1 (2014) and Part 2 (2015). She has been nominated for Best Performance at the Gemini Awards for her work in The Tudors. She has also been nominated for a Screen Actor’s Guild Award for her performance in Game of Thrones.

Lyanna Mormont

“From the moment she came in, she was on it: She was professional, and she was just brilliant,” actor Liam Cunningham says of the Lady of Bear Island.

Jon Snow’s mother isn’t the only important Lyanna in the North, and not even the only important Lyanna of “The Winds of Winter,” the final installment of Game of Thrones’ eventful sixth season.

Near the end of the episode, Lord Snow attempts to solidify the North behind his cause against the White Walkers, but his pleas fall on deaf ears. The tide only turns after a rousing speech from Lyanna Mormont, the Lady of Bear Island, no more than 10 years old and in command of no more than 62 soldiers — at least that’s the number she gives Jon back in “The Broken Man,” but no telling how the figure has adjusted in the wake of “Battle of the Bastards.”

“Your son was butchered at the Red Wedding, Lord Manderly, but you refused the call,” she says, the ice-cold toughness of a world-weary warrior in her young voice. “You swore allegiance to House Stark, Lord Glover, but in their hour of greatest need, you refused the call. And you, Lord Cerwyn, your father was skinned alive by Ramsay Bolton. Still you refused the call. But House Mormont remembers. The North remembers. We know no king but the King in the North whose name is Stark. I don’t care if he’s a bastard. Ned Stark’s blood runs through his veins. He’s my king from this day until his last day.”

From there, it’s a short leap before all those in attendance lift their arms in favor of Jon Snow, King in the North, the White Wolf of Winterfell — and on the other side of the television, more than a few million viewers were pumping their own fists in support of Lady Mormont, rallying an entire region of Westeros more effectively than Jon Snow himself. Indeed, while she’s not serving Frey pies, Lady Mormont delivers the show’s version of one of George R.R. Martin’s A Song of Ice and Fire books’ most iconic lines: “The North remembers.” Lord Manderly owns this line in the source material; on the show, not only do those words belong to Lady Mormont, she pairs them with an epic tongue-lashing toward Manderly and his fellow Northerners.

It’s not just the character on Game of Thrones and fans at home who were impressed with the ruler of Bear Islands, either. The cast and crew on hand for actress Bella Ramsey’s scenes were similarly impressed by the young star’s work.

“From the moment she came in, she was on it: She was professional, and she was just brilliant,” Liam Cunningham, who plays Davos Seaworth, told THR about working with Ramsey during the season. “There’s an old adage about how actors should never work with children or animals, but that’s B.S. When kids are as good as this young lady is, it’s a joy to play opposite. She was absolutely amazing. When somebody comes in and is that good, it makes your job that much easier.”

Mark Mylod, who directed Ramsey’s Game of Thrones debut in “The Broken Man,” remembers shooting the character’s first scene and immediately recognizing her instant hit status.

“She walked in for the casting reading, and we were knocked completely sideways. It was one of those moments where you go, ‘Oh my God, what a star.’ You could not wish to meet a more delightful young lady. It was a four-and-a-half-page scene where we first meet that character, with Jon, Sansa and Davos all meeting her on Bear Island. We had a rehearsal day, and I think we were shooting midweek. The cast agreed to come in on their day off to work with this young actor, Bella. She’s so young that she still works on child hours, so we had a limited amount of time with her. We knew we had to work fast, and she had so much dialogue, as you may remember from the scene. We all came in on a Saturday morning to the set, and everyone was having a jolly day, thinking we would be coaxing this shy young child through the scene. We all had kid gloves on for the day.

“After the first rehearsal, I remember thinking, ‘OK, this is going to be a very short rehearsal. She’s note perfect.’ The accent was awesome, her inflection and her professionalism. … We ended up rehearsing for only a half hour because she was so on it,” Mylod continued. “And of course, the rest of us felt deeply ashamed, because she knew every single word and every single inflection. We all went home feeling a bit deflated. (Laughs.) But also excited! Because the level of talent there is so ridiculous. She’s someone we’re going to look back on in 20 years, and she’s going to be ruling Hollywood. She’s just amazing.”

Game of Thrones season 6 in numbers: Episode costs, locations and Kit Harington’s salary
The world famous HBO fantasy series broken down in numbers.

Game of Thrones season six has been nothing short of exciting and revolutionary for the hit HBO fantasy series. But as it draws to a close this weekend (26 June), we’ll find ourselves a little lost on Sunday nights and finally forced to tackle the ironing pile.

The newest season of GoT could not possibly top the last, but this one has gone and done just that. We’ve witnessed Sansa Stark’s escape – threatening her husband Ramsay Bolton’s status as heir to the North – before she lets him be devoured by his own dogs at the sensational Battle of the Bastards.

Prior to that, Melisandre successfully resurrected Jon Snow after performing a bizarre ritual on him, and Daenerys Targaryen is brought to Vaes Dothrak to live out her days with the Dosh Khaleen having been captured by the khalasar. Jaime Lannister returned to King’s Landing with Myrcella Baratheon’s corpse and Bran Stark made good use out of his time travelling skills, amongst many other highlights throughout the season.

But what about the numbers from season six? Take a look at the interesting figures behind the globally successful franchise.

$10m: Was the cost of each episode of GoT – mounting to $100m for the season as a whole.

3: Was the amount of episodes it took for Jon Snow to be resurrected; he gasped his first breath at the end of episode three after being killed by several men of the Night’s Watch in the season five finale.

85,000: is the approximate number of people that have rated episode nine – the Battle of the Bastards – as the highest-rated TV episode of all time on IMDb.

$500,000: Is the estimated amount of money that several main characters in GoT will now receive per episode for season 7. These are: Peter Dinklage (Tyrion Lannister), Kit Harington (Jon Snow), Lena Headey (Cersei Lanniester), Emilia Clarke (Daenerys Targaryen) and Nikolaj Coster-Waldau (Jaime Lannister).

5: Characters predicted to live throughout season 7 and eight – which are the above-mentioned.

5: Ladies who are doing it for themselves, and giving GoT a good dose of girl power in contrast to previous seasons. These empowered females are: Sansa Stark, Daenerys Targaryen, Yara Greyjoy, Arya Stark and 10-year-old Lyanna Mormont.

6: Countries season 6 filmed on location. These were Spain, Northern Ireland, Croatia, Iceland and Canada.

3: Is the amount of appearances Daenerys’ dragons made.

900: Crew members were employed in Northern Ireland, and 400 in Spain

1: Battle was had, and that was the epic Battle of the Bastards.

Beautiful Game Of Thrones British Actress Sophie Turner Modeling For The Edit (Net-A-Porter Magazine) Fashion Editorials Modeling As One Of The Highest Paid Actresses In The World.
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