You Don't Have To Be Young, Tall, Beautiful and Skinny to Be a Successful Model
Through a TV, Radio and Print Interview
Aaron Marcus America's Premier Acting and Commercial Modeling Career Coach
Can Teach Anyone
How To Avoid Scams
Find Legitimate Agents/Photographers
Learn the Best and Safest Way To Get Started
Get Work As an Actor/Commercial Model - No Matter Where You Live
Open any non-fashion magazine, and look at the models in the ads. Who do you see?
You will find that the majority of the models do not look like fashion models, but instead are beautiful and "real" looking people portraying moms, dads, patients, doctors, mechanics, infants, students, lawyers, bankers, and many other professions and roles in society.
Commercial models are seen on everything from packaging for hair coloring products to cell phone ads. Unlike the fashion industry, which has very strict physical demands, commercial modeling has no age, height, weight, or size restrictions; all types of people are needed. Also, commercial modeling work is available virtually everywhere, even in small cities. Throughout North America, commercial models earn between $25-$250 an hour.
My name is Aaron Marcus, and through a radio, TV or print interview, I can teach people the best way to:
create the necessary photos that will give them their best chance to get work
get photos taken for free
market themselves and even get modeling and acting jobs on their own
How can I do this? Well, I look like everybody's next door neighbor, and have been making my living as an actor and commercial model since 1986. As of today, I have been booked 1,182 times. I have been cast as Dr. Barnes on "Law & Order: CI", on "The West Wing", "The Wire", and even as the rock grunge guitarist for Molson Beer.
Not only have I written what many consider the "Bible" for commercial modeling, "How to Become a Successful Commercial Model", I also publish the Tear Sheet acting/commercial modeling newsletter. On weekends, I offer my Becoming a Successful Actor and Commercial Model Workshop throughout the U.S., Canda, Mexico and Australia.
Aaron Marcus has been a full-time actor and commercial model since 1986. He has been cast in 1,182 (to date) TV/network/cable programs, TV/radio commercials, narrations, corporate/feature films and print ads. You have seen Aaron in projects such as: Law & Order: Criminal Intent, The Wire, Homicide, Life on the Street, The West Wing, The Prosecutors, Broadcast News, Cry Baby, Korea Gate, Stage Fright, General Lee, America's Most Wanted and Burn After Reading.
He has been hired as a stand-in on projects such as: Silence of the Lambs, Guarding Tess, The Pelican Brief, Twelve Monkeys, Runaway Bride and Syriana and the TV show "24".
Aaron Marcus has appeared in print ads throughout the United States, Canada, Europe, the Netherlands and Asia. His has appeared in magazines such as Time, Newsweek, Reader's Digest, Parents, TV Guide, Sports Illustrated, Details, New York Times, Money, Maxim, Forbes, Mirabella, Wall Street Journal and People.
"How to Become a Successful Commercial Model"
Aaron Marcus has written what many consider the most important book for commercial modeling entitled, How to Become a Successful Commercial Model. He also writes and publishes The Tear Sheet newsletter, a quarterly acting/commercial modeling newsletter.
"Becoming a Successful Actor and Commercial Model Workshop"
Aaron Marcus has offered his Workshop over 500 times throughout the US, Canada, Mexico and Australia. Students will learn from a full-time actor the strategies to having real success in this industry. They will also understand the reality of working either part or full - time in this complicated business.
TO CONTACT AARON MARCUS FOR AN INTERVIEW OR TO GET ADDITIONAL INFORMATION:
Office phone: 410-764-8270