Nikita Willy is a young star on Indonesia, which has a number of ad headline, patron and feature films. Nikita Willy known to the public starting role when the patron in the ROMAN PICISAN with the original actors Papua, Evan Sanders.
Nikita Willy birth at Jakarta, June 29, 1994 is starting a career since the age of seven years through patron BULAN BINTANG. Then followed a patron such as ROMAN PICISAN, RATU MALU DAN JENDRAL KANCIL, SI CECEP, HABIBI DAN HABIBAH, PACAR PILIHAN, PENGANTIN KECILKU, MAK COMBLANG JATUH CINTA.
Meanwhile, as a model of the ad, Nikita Willy was a model of ads for b, Citra Body Lotion, Pigeon Cosmetics, Choki-Choki, Detergent Total, Holland Bakery, Bank BNI, Bank BII and Roma Chocolate Wafer.
How to Become Actress like Nikita Willy
The entertainment industry is fiercely competitive and can be extremely intimidating for aspiring stars.
Some of the most talented and driven actress in the business had a difficult time getting their big break, but there are definitely things you can do to increase your chances of achieving fame.
Below you will find a complete list (in order) of the things you need to do in your journey to become a successful actor or actress:
1. Move. Your school plays and community talent shows may have kept you busy for the early part of your teen years but it’s time to make a big move – literally. Unless you’re blessed enough to live in Los Angeles already, we suggest packing your things and finding a permanent resident in City of Angels. Other popular locations include New York and Chicago, but LA will definitely present the most options for any aspiring star.
2. Get a Headshot. Considerably less work than packing up all your belongings and moving to a completely new city (yet equally as important) getting a headshot is a critical part of any aspiring actor’s portfolio. If you send your resume or show up for an open audition without a headshot, you can pretty much forget getting the role. Headshots are easy to get and will go a long way in ensuring success.
3. Perfect your Resume. It’s time to sharpen up your resume writing skills and start sending them out to any and all contacts you have. If you have extensive acting experience, it’s a good idea to drop the less relevant work you have listed (like the lead role in your high school play 7 years ago). Make sure it’s written in a professional manner and make sure you’ve had someone else proof read it before sending it out. Never send out a resume without a cover letter. Consider your cover letter the elevator speech for the opportunity. It’s your chance to promote yourself, so take advantage of the opportunity.
4. Book Auditions. If you think opportunities are just going to fall in your lap, you’re going to be very disappointed. Becoming an actor or actress is extremely difficult and unbelievably competitive. Only the most dedicated and persistent individuals make it in the industry. Booking as many auditions as possible (either independently or through an agent) will definitely increase your chances of securing a role. Make sure, if you’re lucky enough to get an audition, you take your headshot with you and you give it your all. Sometimes, one chance is all you need to nail an audition. Don’t miss out because of lack of preparation.
5. Market Yourself. You are your biggest promoter. Talk to everyone you know and make as many contacts in the industry as possible. These days, it’s all about who you know. The more people you know in the industry, the more likely you are to get your name out there and, eventually, get a role. Distribute as many business calls and participate in as many casting calls and open auditions as you can.
Eventually someone will realize you’re a diamond in the rough. On that day, all of your hard work will finally pay off.