Mission: The Nine9 mission is clear: 99% of models and actors aren’t represented by an agency and we are helping them take over the entertainment industry. Nine9 provides the 99% with the tools, opportunities and support to begin and advance their careers. We believe there is ...
I worked at Nine9 full-time
I met amazing people here!
I made good money- but then again, I couldn't sleep at night.
Nine9 is an unethical company. My training consisted of learning how to scam people and lie to them. The company truly believes that what they are doing is helping those who are trying to make it in the industry and that is sad. I am ashamed of myself for even staying with the company as long as I did. If you are considering working here, don't.
Advice to Management
Stop pretending that your company is so amazing. Even casting directors laugh at your services and get annoyed by the submissions from our "talent". Try going into business to actually help people instead of just going after their money.
I applied online. The process took 3 days. I interviewed at Nine9 (Atlanta, GA (US)) in March-2018.
Recieved interview quickly looking forward to working for Nine9 it has to be a great experience to grow in the entertainment industry . Employees seemed very ambitious and eager to work they all showed great interest in the career they work in
We have another great workshop happening this week for our Dallas talent. Hosted by Nytia Henry, this workshop is all about teaching models and actors not to freeze up when the camera comes out and learning how they can get away from always needing to be directed. This event will share techniques on staying confident through a whole shoot and learning how to find your own flow when shooting. Avoiding overthinking the next move and not focusing on if you're doing it right or wrong. Focusing more on believing in your abilities as a model/actor and dominating. Please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org if you plan to attend! This event is for ages 16 and up.
Attention to all of our New York area talent! We'll be hosting an intensive professional acting workshop with Deborah Larissa on Friday, April 13th from 4pm-6pm! The workshop will focus on audition prep, including script analysis, memorization techniques, confidence building, and industry etiquette. Every talent should prepare a monologue of their choosing in order to participate in the audition portion! Please arrive on time! We will start promptly. You will NOT be able to participate if more than 15 minutes late. Make sure to email email@example.com with your name, talent ID, and the name of the event in the subject line.
This event is for ages 13 and up. More at http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQz0k
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