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Why Failing to Pay Your Representation is Wrong, Bad for Business, and Creates Negative Karma"

Hollywood is a competitive and fast-paced industry, and unfortunately, there are some individuals who don't always behave ethically or professionally. One issue that is unfortunately all too common in the industry is the failure to pay one's representation, which can include agents, managers, lawyers, and other professionals who work on behalf of actors and other entertainment professionals.

Not paying your representation is not only wrong and unethical, it's also bad business.


These professionals are instrumental in helping actors and other entertainment professionals succeed in the industry, and they deserve to be fairly compensated for their work. By not paying your representation, you not only harm these individuals, you also harm your own reputation and career prospects. Casting directors and other industry professionals may be less likely to work with you if you have a reputation for not paying your representation.


In addition to being wrong and bad for business, failing to pay your representation creates your negative karma. In other words, what goes around comes around, and if you don't treat others with respect and professionalism, it's likely that you'll eventually face the same

consequences in your own career. By treating your representation with respect and paying them fairly, you'll not only do the right thing, you'll also set a positive example for others and potentially attract better opportunities in the future.


In conclusion, Hollywood is full of people who don't pay their representation, and this is a problem that needs to be addressed. By treating your representation with respect and paying them fairly, you'll not only do the right thing, you'll also set yourself up for success in the long term.

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