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Source : Yahoo AnswersQuestion : what is the best burger in buenos aires?

am staying in buenos aires and read an article about a local place that had great burgers served with heart of palm. want to try it out but can’t locate the article! help please.

Answer by mechis
maybe you should ask in the argentinian yahoo answer section. ask: “en buenos aires, donde venden hamburguesas con palmitos que estan muy buenas?”

Answer by QRT
Argentina is not “the” place to eat burgers.
Here we eat steaks, great steaks.

Answer by Patricio T
The Best hambuerger in B.A is served in a cafe called Hipopotamus. On defensa street. I dont remember the intersection but i believe is Brasil street. The neighborhood is San Telmo
Is just across the street from Parque Lezama. Every taxi driver can take you there. As reference you can ask for the old “Bar Britanico” that closed a few months ago, it is also across the street.
The hamburger is a 3/4 lb home made burger, with everything, great fries and bacon. I use to love it, now i live in Seattle…
Try the milanesa there too.
Hope you like it.

Patricio

Answer by BAGOFSWAGS
In 6 years living there (1997-2003) I have never had a good burger in BA outside of McDonald’s and Wendy’s. Wendy’s left the country in 2000.

Go for a Lomo or Chorizo, BA is not for Burgers.

Answer by Gaby
Burgers? Yeah right. You go to Aregntina for the steaks, not burgers!

Source : Yahoo AnswersQuestion : What are some good and reputable agencies that would love to accept people ages 5+?

I would like to please know some good agencies or LA agents that are reputable and would like to accept new people. thanks.

Answer by R K
your child is going to need some training and experience to get an agent or do anything else.
agents are the last thing you look for not the first. 5 might be a little young unless they are
good readers and can remember what they read. they will have to know how to read a script
and remember it and be able to work with adults and take direction. they will need some
instruction first to learn how to work in front of a camera and what to expect and do on
auditions and how to get through them. you can look on SAG’S web site for approved agents.
find ones near the auditions and near you that are accepting submissions, and send in the required
info. if they are interested they will call back and set up an audition. agents get no money up front,
they only get paid if you get work. they get 10%. you can find a couple magazines in hollywood called VARIETY and HOLLYWOOD REPORTER, they are all about show biz. might be a good read.

Answer by TruthTeller59
I’m an LA Actor giving you the REAL DEAL!

Here are the top agencies in LA that are open to taking developing talent (Big 4 (WME, UTA, CAA, ICM) and B Agencies (APA, Gersh, Paradigm, Innovative):

Top Youth Agencies:
CESD
Osbrink
Coast to Coast
Abrams
Daniel Hoff
Amsel, Eisenstadt, and Frazier
Savage

Top Commercial Agencies(*=definite winners):
KSR *-Alicia Ruskin
Abrams *- Mark Measures
CESD *- David Ziff or Adrienne Berg
Diverse *- Wendy Morrison
Coast to Coast * -Hugh Leon
Daniel Hoff * – Daniel Hoff
Commercial Talent * – Neil Kreppel, Blair Taylor
Commercials Unlimited – Richard Reiner
Innovative Artists * – Marcia Hurwitz or Cher Van Amburg
Independent Artists- Jenine Leigh or Laura Fogelman
Flick Commercials- Tina Kiratsoulis
DPM – Daniel P. Mulheran
DDO – Marlene Sutton, Maria Walker
Venture IAB – Noel Palm
Sutton, Barth, Venari * -Pam Sparks
Arlene Thornton and Associates – Janet Tscha
Pantheon * -Patricia Dawson or Pierre Gatling
Beverly Hecht -Teresa Valente-Dahlquist
Don Buchwald and Associates *- Kristy Dax
Pinnacle-Joan Messenger
M. Greene and associates – Jim Lighte
AKA * – Doug Ely
Amsel, Eisenstadt & Frazier -Gloria Hinojosa
Brady, Brannon, and Rich * – Judy Rich or Pat and David Brady
Brass Artists – Jack Ianacci
Aqua – John Kolinofsky
Special Artists Agency – Alexandra Gucovsky
Amatruda, Benson, and Assoc. -Kimberly Gola
Angel City – Mimi Mayer
BiCoastal – Greta Hanley
Clear Talent Group – Tim O’Brien
Lemon Lime – Robin Harrington or Chaim Magnum
LA Talent – Pam Loar
LW1 – Sean Robinson
Mavrick – Brad Diffley
Momentum – Garry Purdy
NTA*- Nancy Luciano
Imperium 7 – Tracy Mapes
Talentworks – Brian Duensing
Sovereign – Annalisa Babich
Bobby Ball – Brandy Wilkerson-Caldwell
Hollywood Select-Mike Sutton
Osbrink – Angela Strange
Lewis and Beal – Jackie Lewis

Theatrical Agents (Minus the Big 4 (William Morris, UTA, ICM, CAA) and the B Agencies(Gersh, APA, Paradigm, Innovative) who do NOT take beginners) :
Buchwald
Abrams
David Shapira and Associates
Diverse
Domain
The Glick Agency
GVA
IFA
Kazarian Spencer (KSR)
Metropolitan
Michael Greene and Associates
Pakula King
Peter Strain
SMS Talent
Sovereign
Stone Manners
SDB Partners
Talentworks
AEF
AKA
Chasin
Coast to Coast
Daniel Hoff
Defining Artists
Gage Group
Geddes
Hervey Grimes
Henderson Hogan
House of Representatives
Pantheon
Privilege

To get an agent, you need to get GREAT headshots, a good resume, and training from the best. These are enough to get you a commercial agent at least. Getting a GOOD theatrical agent (Film/tv) takes longer. Most good theatrical agents won’t see you unless you’re SAG, have a polished resume, and a demo reel. Commercial agents are more lenient about that. What the best Commercial agents want to see on your resume are good commercial classes, improv, and cold reading.

You can get an agent multiple ways. Here are a few common ways:
-Mail in an unsealed manilla envelope with a CONCISE coverletter and headshot with the resume stapled on the back. If you have a demoreel include that too.
-Attend a showcase and impress them. By showcase I do not mean scammy conventions like IMTA, IPOP, Proscout, or Best New Talent. I mean legit ones like at Actor Connection, Reel pros, Network Studios, etc.
-Get a referral from a friend who is with the agency that you’re interested in

DON’T
-Email them unless they tell you to. IT’S UNPROFESSIONAL!
-Call unless they tell you to. ALSO UNPROFESSIONAL!
-Walk in and ask for a meeting. UNPROFESSIONAL THREE!
-Sign with them if they ask for upfront money, make you take new photos with THEIR photographer, or take THEIR classes. Agent’s ONLY make money when you do. Agents usually make 10% on film/tv and commercials and 20% on commercial print.

Sample Resume:

http://i707.photobucket.com/albums/ww80/ELDORADO59/scan0002.jpg

Avoiding BAD Headshots:

http://bbs.backstage.com/eve/forums/a/tpc/f/8011031/m/110106342

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