3 Ways To Create The Perfect Audition Eye Line

Misplaced eye lines can weaken your audition.

Just this one small, technical detail can derail your hard work.

Acting Pros is here to help!

Find out our 3 top tips to creating the perfect audition eye line, and get the most out of your on camera time!

3 Ways To Create The Perfect Eye Line In An Audition

Did this video help you? Leave a comment below. Use these on camera tips to nail your next audition.

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5 Comments

  1. Hi Wendy,

    Thank you so much for the eyeline advice. You’re the first coach to teach this to me in all my years as an actor. I enjoy your blog / videos. I’ll become a client as soon as I can.
    “Grateful” Michelle Felice Hartley

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  2. Hi Wendy!

    Question: What do we do if we are directing part of our focus to something else (like punching a bag or hitting a bad guy) during the dialogue? Where should the eye line go and how do we coordinate that with using the reader as our scene partner?

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  3. Awesome Wendy! I always love your blogs. They are great reminders of the incredible tools that I’ve learned in your classes. Yay!

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  4. great video and tips. Very valuable for auditions indeed! Thank you Wendy.

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  5. I enjoy your presentations. You often answer questions I privately ask to myself, as I working. Thanks for the great eyeline tips🙏🏾

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