Thank You for Casting Me; I Used the Booking to Book Another Role Too!

Bonnie ~

Okay… I have to say THANK YOU SO MUCH for bringing me in for Indian Motorcycles. I had such a great time and you were right: The guys at The Factory are great as well as the entire team from Indian.

I had the most memorable experience! From downtown LA to the Angeles Crest mountains, to the dirt of Palmdale to the beautiful coastline of Malibu… DAMN! And I was just emailing the director Adam, thanking him, and how that right after the Indian wardrobe fitting I had a audition for Best Buy for the role of a college professor wherein the casting director said, “Just talk about something you know as if you were instructing a classroom of students.”

Uh… think fast… I talked about the history of the Indian Motorcycle and how it was utilized in the first World War. Yep… booked the job! NO callback.

I love sharing that because it was just all about “the right timing” and “ya never know what can happen in a audition.”

See you again soon!

I freakin’ love this email. Thank you. I love that you were able to use something from one gig to help you book another gig. I’m thrilled that I was able to cast you in such awesome spots and, of course, I’m so glad the shoot was as much fun as advertised!

I only ever wanna work with great people, so it’s awesome to hear that they created as great a set as they do a pre-shoot environment. Those are the folks with whom I always love to jam. Of course, as I say, “I only ever wanna work with great people…” that means YOU too. So, thank you for being one of ’em.

I actually have a new breakdown going out today for both Indian Motorcycles and Victory Motorcycles, so keep an eye on Actors Access and submit accordingly! 🙂 Love these gigs! Glad to know you do too. Rock on!


Bonnie Gillespie is living her dreams by helping others figure out how to live theirs. Wanna work with Bon? Start here. Thanks!


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