Ohio Model And Talent Agency

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  • 5422 E 96th St

    Garfield Heights, OH 44125

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  • 216-587-4800

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from what i've seen your doing a great job and have a very nice atmospere keep up the great work may God give you all many more blessings have a great day

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from what i've seen your doing a great job and have a very nice atmospere keep up the great work may God give you all many more blessings have a great day

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I have been with Ohio Model and Talent agency for a few years now (about 6). With school in the way, I am unable to continue to go every week, although I would love if that was a possibility. When I first joined I had a big dream of becoming a famous actress. They made my dream feel like it was just out of my reach, and with their help, it was possible. I started taking classes, both acting and modeling. I loved it. The people were kind and helpful. I could tell they truly wanted you to be successful. In 2009, I went to a convention in New York City called IMTA. I felt very prepared and to this day it is one of the best weeks I can remember. There were 100% callbacks within my group from the agency. I got three that I was very happy with. Unfortunately school go in the way again and I was unable to sign with anyone because I was unable to move. I continued taking classes. Not only did I learn how things are run in the business, but I learned how to walk and talk with confidence as well as proper etiquette. I loved being there. When I was there it felt like home. I have made friends there that I will never forget.

I have heard many people say how it is a scam. I think this is untrue. If you cannot handle yourself in a small agency in Ohio, perhaps you do not belong in this business. The people here are kind and want you to be successful. If one pays for their classes and pays for the conventions and showcases like they are supposed to, there will be no problems. Of course money can be tight and things can be expensive, but nothing truly worth having is easy to get. I have had many friends who have had to save up, but that is how one gets started in the business. One cannot think they are going to sign with and agency and be rich and famous in the next year. It simply does not work that way. It takes hard work and dedication and a true love for this crazy, competitive business. I have taken many photo shoots here and have received my pictures, head shots and composite cards for all of them. If you work hard and truly want this, you will be successful here.

I have done a total of two conventions, the one I mentioned before in New York and one in Texas called Model Talent Expo. At both of these conventions, competitions, expos, what ever you would like to call them, I have been successful with callback all the way from a managers in LA to commercial model agents in New York to an agent in Atlanta who works mostly with television series. I attended local showcases and even won scholarship money. I am still in school and my parents wish for me to finish before I sign with anyone and move to my dream home in LA. I want this with all my heart. This is my dream and Ohio Model and Talent helps make it come true.

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I have been with Ohio Model and Talent agency for a few years now (about 6). With school in the way, I am unable to continue to go every week, although I would love if that was a possibility. When I first joined I had a big dream of becoming a famous actress. They made my dream feel like it was just out of my reach, and with their help, it was possible. I started taking classes, both acting and modeling. I loved it. The people were kind and helpful. I could tell they truly wanted you to be successful. In 2009, I went to a convention in New York City called IMTA. I felt very prepared and to this day it is one of the best weeks I can remember. There were 100% callbacks within my group from the agency. I got three that I was very happy with. Unfortunately school go in the way again and I was unable to sign with anyone because I was unable to move. I continued taking classes. Not only did I learn how things are run in the business, but I learned how to walk and talk with confidence as well as proper etiquette. I loved being there. When I was there it felt like home. I have made friends there that I will never forget.

I have heard many people say how it is a scam. I think this is untrue. If you cannot handle yourself in a small agency in Ohio, perhaps you do not belong in this business. The people here are kind and want you to be successful. If one pays for their classes and pays for the conventions and showcases like they are supposed to, there will be no problems. Of course money can be tight and things can be expensive, but nothing truly worth having is easy to get. I have had many friends who have had to save up, but that is how one gets started in the business. One cannot think they are going to sign with and agency and be rich and famous in the next year. It simply does not work that way. It takes hard work and dedication and a true love for this crazy, competitive business. I have taken many photo shoots here and have received my pictures, head shots and composite cards for all of them. If you work hard and truly want this, you will be successful here.

I have done a total of two conventions, the one I mentioned before in New York and one in Texas called Model Talent Expo. At both of these conventions, competitions, expos, what ever you would like to call them, I have been successful with callback all the way from a managers in LA to commercial model agents in New York to an agent in Atlanta who works mostly with television series. I attended local showcases and even won scholarship money. I am still in school and my parents wish for me to finish before I sign with anyone and move to my dream home in LA. I want this with all my heart. This is my dream and Ohio Model and Talent helps make it come true.

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THIS PLACE IS A SCAM!!! Before signing ANYTHING make sure you know what you are doing and what you are signing your name too (in actuality, you should do this with ANY agency)! Stone agency is NOT licenced, nor are the franchised by neither SAG nor AFTRA! They are a money making business, and they do so by telling anyone walking through the doors that they can make you a star. The classes are about $1500 and are not anything to get you ready for LA. LA casting directors, agents, nor managers, will even look at a resume with something like this on it. It is just another Barbizon (Susan used to work with Barbizon), and Diane (Who is her mother) is the WORST! She is REALLY out to get you, and if something goes wrong, and you cant pay, she will threaten to get a collection agency involved.

Susan is NEVER on time (ALWAYS AT LEAST 2 hours late and that is no exaggeration), she doesnt answer her phone, and if you miss class, she doesnt care enough to see where you are.

I dont want to tell anyone what to do, but before signing and handing over your money, ASK QUESTIONS AND DO RESEARCH! Acting and Modeling is a very competative business and they will lie to make it sound easy telling you about Zach Roerig, Freddie Smith, and Sean Faris. They got big by first going to an expo, THEN MOVING AND GETTING LEGIT TRAINING! Yes Stone sent them to IMTA, Susan will tell you that she has been sending kids to IMTA for over 26 years...ask her, if they are so successful, and if this is legit, where are the other kids sent, and why are there only 3 known people that have had a lot of success.

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THIS PLACE IS A SCAM!!! Before signing ANYTHING make sure you know what you are doing and what you are signing your name too (in actuality, you should do this with ANY agency)! Stone agency is NOT licenced, nor are the franchised by neither SAG nor AFTRA! They are a money making business, and they do so by telling anyone walking through the doors that they can make you a star. The classes are about $1500 and are not anything to get you ready for LA. LA casting directors, agents, nor managers, will even look at a resume with something like this on it. It is just another Barbizon (Susan used to work with Barbizon), and Diane (Who is her mother) is the WORST! She is REALLY out to get you, and if something goes wrong, and you cant pay, she will threaten to get a collection agency involved.

Susan is NEVER on time (ALWAYS AT LEAST 2 hours late and that is no exaggeration), she doesnt answer her phone, and if you miss class, she doesnt care enough to see where you are.

I dont want to tell anyone what to do, but before signing and handing over your money, ASK QUESTIONS AND DO RESEARCH! Acting and Modeling is a very competative business and they will lie to make it sound easy telling you about Zach Roerig, Freddie Smith, and Sean Faris. They got big by first going to an expo, THEN MOVING AND GETTING LEGIT TRAINING! Yes Stone sent them to IMTA, Susan will tell you that she has been sending kids to IMTA for over 26 years...ask her, if they are so successful, and if this is legit, where are the other kids sent, and why are there only 3 known people that have had a lot of success.

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I took my daughter here, the people are very nice but some of the information they give u seems hard to believe. they take u through this program teaching you how to model and other things telling you that you wiil get calls from people who want you in their commercials. Never got a call. They are expensive but they will put you on a payment plan. My daughter and niece who went thier never finished the program and never once got a call.

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I took my daughter here, the people are very nice but some of the information they give u seems hard to believe. they take u through this program teaching you how to model and other things telling you that you wiil get calls from people who want you in their commercials. Never got a call. They are expensive but they will put you on a payment plan. My daughter and niece who went thier never finished the program and never once got a call.

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