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Inside Becoming a Model Paperback – May, 2003

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Robert Noll: "If there is anything in life I truly enjoy, it's helping people achieve their dreams."

Over the past twenty-five years, Robert Noll has changed direction and expanded his career in many ways. He has owned and operated modeling schools and agencies up and down the east coast. During his time as a model agency owner, he discovered and helped start the careers of many successful models. Among some of Robert's greatest discoveries are Elaine Irwin and Kristen McMenamy. Both of these models have been on the covers of thousands of magazine covers. Many more have had successful careers in the modeling business because of Robert's expert direction and guidance. Robert Noll resides in Hollywood. For the past twelve years, Noll continues to expand and grow in his ability to build careers. Currently, he owns and operates Monster Talent Management Inc., which represents many up and coming actors and actresses in all fields of the entertainment industry. Invitations to speak about the modeling and acting industries to large groups nationwide have allowed Robert to visit every major city in the United States and positively influence the lives of thousands of people. Along with traveling, running his management company, and writing, Robert Noll encourages people to succeed with his motto: "You are the master of your career, so take charge of it!" His focus always has been and always will be to send a message of passion and commitment to today's aspiring models, actors, and actresses.


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Product Details

  • Paperback: 138 pages
  • Publisher: Robert N. Noll (May 2003)
  • ISBN-10: 0974032301
  • ISBN-13: 978-0974032306
  • Product Dimensions: 8.8 x 5.8 x 0.4 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 8.8 ounces
  • Average Customer Review: 2.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #12,905,567 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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There have been a number of harsh accusations about this book however; I personally moved to Los Angeles from the east coast to pursue modeling and acting. Not only did I book the first audition I ever went on, I have been very successful in all of my endeavors in LA thanks to a lot of the heeds and warnings in Robert Noll's informative text. The book is quite informative and steered me away from a great deal of trouble and enabled me to get a fantastic commercial agent, theatrical agent, and modeling agent. With the help of this book, myself and my parents were reassured of how to approach the business coming from no experience. Now that I have extensive experience in the field, I would highly recommend this book to any young starlet looking for some TRUTH and guidance in the harsh reality of the modeling and acting world.
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This is a classic "wolf designing the security system for the henhouse" book. The author is a former owner of modeling schools who also gets paid to go to expensive modeling conventions supported by the schools. The advice in the book that modeling schools are worthwhile renders the whole book suspect. Avoid this one.
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By Centaur on December 26, 2004
This sparse book (138 pages, but double spaced so it takes up a lot more paper than the number of words should) is actually dangerous. It is written by a former modeling school owner, and it actually suggests that going to modeling schools is a good way for people to enter professional modeling! That advice is directly opposite that given by virtually every knowledgeable, independent modeling industry professional, and could cost model hopefuls thousands of dollars in worthless classes and other services provided by "modeling schools". This book should be avoided!
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