Actor Gratitude Is Important. To Producers, Director, Casting, Crew…
They all granted you a chance to do what you love. They gave you an opportunity to show your talent.
There’s a quadrillion-zillion actors in this world, at least. You got the acting job, the acting opportunity.
It’s a fine thing, to show what a fine person you are…
….Because that makes you a hire-able actor.
Aren’t you grateful for that acting job? Aren’t you so happy to be an actor who got to be in a real production, whether film, tv, or stage? Aren’t you glad that you have new acting credits to put on your professional acting resume?
If you are grateful, thank everybody. Write as many people as you can.
If you are an actor that isn’t grateful, you may garner resentment all along your acting career path; as short as that will probably be, due to your arrogant actor attitude.
Actors, Always Include A Photo With Each Handwritten Note
If it’s at all possible, have a photo reference inside each “thank you note”.
Make stationary on your computer, and shrink your photo next to your printed name. Or whatever way you want to do it.
Because, again: There are a million-trillion actors in this world.
1.They may not remember which actor you are.
2.Even if they do, by the next project, you will be out-of-mind because you are out-of-sight. (Maybe they will save your note, if they liked you; and hire you again.)
3. You can use the same photo in your subsequent letters to them, or postcard. As reminders of what a fine person you are, and a fine actor. So that they DO hire you again.