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Start by getting work. Take acting, dance and voice lessons, even if you don't think you need them. Especially if you don't think you need them. Learn some stage combat, acrobatics, clowning, improvisation, and every other performance-related skill you can think of. Audition for plays in your area at every opportunity. When you get cast in a show, be professional. Show up on time for rehearsals, learn your lines, don't be a distraction when you're not on stage. Make your parents drop you off and pick you up - not hang around during rehearsals offering their opinions about the show to the director. Keep doing this over and over. You'll know you're on the right track when you get cast a second time by a director. Anybody can get cast once. Getting repeat business means you're good. Once you've got all of this taken care of, you should also have met and befriended several people in the business who can recommend an agency to approach.
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