We've been here since early 2014 and we have receieved a few testimonials on our website, but as of late 2018 we have moved our review serction to Google and Facebook. If you would like to let us know your experience with Web For Actors we would love to hear from you.


Douglas Simpson - Web For Actors client

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Flexible, professional and easy to use - what else could you ask for! I got this website for my daughter as she is a star on the rise. It's incredible how all of her photos and videos got added so fast. Thank you for saving us a ton of work.

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What you should know

This is a typical deal that a studio will make with a writer for a TV series where the pilot script has yet to be written… especially if you're an unestablished writer. The writer is typically engaged to perform the initial step of writing a pilot script, and from there the studio is given the option to further engage the writer to render additional services on the pilot episode and/or series both from a writing and producing capacity. The studio can stop the process of development with that writer at any time. This is a way for the studio to hedge their risk when they're developing  a TV series for a network. If the studio is unhappy with the script, they can cut their losses early having only committed to the fee for the pilot.

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