Nutter when actors are marked as having inactive managers, you don't take their manager off the page and remove the "___'s actors" category. Marking them as having inactive managers just helps determine actors whose management is currently on hiatus. I noticed you did this on a few actor pages and I just wanted to let you know.
I think the chances are pretty high. We don't disapprove stuff very often, only when it's obvious that the user seems unprepared to run a show or when the show is unoriginal, and your pitch fits in neither of those categories.
Hey Nutter! I think it's been a while since ILY's last song. Idk where our old thread for discussing their songs is, so I thought I'd just link you to this thread of some of Cool kid's song suggestions. I think we should do Clip My Wings as their next song!
Sandy would draw about how she started acting as Merriweather in a production of Sleeping Beauty, and decided to do television acting. In order to help her career since most child stars also do music, she took some singing lessons, but she was so bad her teacher quit (yes I know Cecilia sings), and instead decided to take up guitar, and then how she auditioned for Behind the Scenes.
Sophie would draw about how did theater in Columbus, but started getting bullied at school about her voice and acting skills and her teachers wouldn't do anything. As it got worse, her family decided to move to California so that she a) wouldn't have to go to that school anymore, and b) could start pursuing her career more, and how she made a lot of friends at her new school who liked her voice and were impressed by her fluent Spanish, and was then cast in the Wiki Channel Christmas movie Santa Girl as her first ever professional acting experience, followed shortly thereafter by Edgewater Falls, and all her friends that she met on those projects.
Autumn would start by drawing her "big messed-up family", but then scratch it out for "another time" and talk about how she started doing commercials when she was young and always loved seeing the lighting and sound and cameras that go into filming something like that, and even got to sit behind a camera when she was 7. When she was 8, she started to be teased about her body, and even though she overcame the bullying she decided to start voice acting, and was cast in Bambi II. Even though she's comfortable being on camera again, she still holds a special place in her heart for voice acting because it helped her follow her dream even when she was scared of not being accepted.
I don't really feel comfortable writing Emily's since she's not really my actress, I only adopted her for publicity for My Martian Wedding and don't know what Tatertat was thinking of when she signed her up, so...
Aiden would draw about how, after he showed some interest in acting in 2010, his parents took him to a camp in Los Angeles where he met several big stars, including Selena Gomez, and got some tips from them. After seeing how talented everyone else at the camp was, he wasn't sure if he could ever make it big, but some of the other kids and Selena encouraged him and his family decided to move to Los Angeles full-time. A year later, he got a guest role on the Disney Channel series "Karate Guys" and continued to get other guest roles until 2014, when he signed with Wiki Channel, and in May of that year got a role in the movie Too Little, Too Late, and eventually was also cast on Ackerman Agent.
Hello Nutty! I gotta talk with you about Aiden on AA. I am doing some changing which includes some upgrade of the main cast and since Landon was a childhood friend from Ackerman High School, I'm not sure whether he will join them on their journey after Ackerman High School. It also depends on whether you want him in the show or not. But if you still want him in, I'll probably always find a "new" role for him! :D