Career Coach for actors:
Up-Level your career

  • Set Clear and Focused Goals
  • Devise a doable strategy
  • Get clear on “your type” or “brand”
  • Mainstream your tools including your picture and resume, actors reel, self tape, ¬†website, imdb page, actors access account, facebook, twitter and instagram
  • Choose a picture that represents you best

We will help you focus, up level, get clear and go after your goals with a tangible, effective and comprehensive plan.

We will give you weekly “to do” lists and make you accountable for taking action towards achieving your goals.

How to pitch yourselves and know what to say when you have that meeting with an industry guest.
Contact: Tracyesposito15@gmail.com

Tracy’s BIO:

After running industry seminars for several years, Tracy knows a lot of industry (casting directors/agents and anagers) in Los Angeles since 2005. Tracy Esposito has been a professional actress, writer and stand up comedian on both coasts for over twenty years. A celebrated stand up comic, she has performed in all the major comedy clubs in New York City including a three year run of her own show at the famed Carolines on Broadway. Soon into her career she caught the attention of Rory Rosegarten (Producer of “Everybody Loves Raymond”) when he began managing Tracy and helped to launch her early career. Tracy has appeared on Comedy Central’s Premium Blend where she performed some of her most memorable stand up material that she spent over a decade cultivating and perfecting. After performing her critically acclaimed one woman show “Chicken Parmagiana” to sold out crowds for over ten years in both New York City and Los Angeles, she turned the stage play into a hilarious full length screen play that has caught the attention of Celebrities like Lisa Lampanelli and Vic Debitetto and numerous Literary agents, managers and producers. Her webseries “Tracy’s Rules” was screened at “The Laugh Factory” by actor/comic John Lovitz.

As an actress she has appeared on stage off-broadway, on hit television shows like “House” and “It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia” and has been a regular in skits on “Conan” and “Late Night with David Letterman”

She has taught stand up comedy and has mentored thousands of young performers in comedy, acting, writing while teaching them the ins and outs of the business side of show business. As a comedy producer she has put up high quality industry showcases that helped launch the careers of many young comics and helped them segue into commercials, television, film and theater.

She has run industry seminars in New York City and in Los Angeles for the last twenty years. She has mentored thousands of young performers teaching them how to always “put their best foot forward” in any audition situation and to maximize their experience at meet and greets and in classroom , workshops and intensive classes with Industry professionals.