"Whether you are just starting to break into the film and television industry, or you're already working and want to refine your on-camera technique, "How to Avoid the Cutting Room Floor" is a must read! I wish I’d had a book early in my career that gave me a fraction of the insights and advice that Jordan provides here. Grab this invaluable book by one of the television industry's most talented and respected editors."
"I've been waiting for a no BS book like this for years, and it's finally here. There's no fat. It's like his editing, clean. It's the real/reel truth. I recommend it to all actors."
"Jordan's book "How To Avoid the Cutting Room Floor" is a must-read for any actor who wants to work in television and film. It is filled with invaluable advice that, to my knowledge, has never been written about before. I have all of the actors I teach read it, and have suggested it to many actor friends."
"Every acting teacher/ coach should make their students read this book! I wish it had been around when I was starting out. Even seasoned actors should read it, like a golfer brushing up on their swing. So insightful hearing from an editor’s perspective!"
"Jordan's book is a must-read for any actor pursuing a career in film or television. He meticulously takes the reader on the journey through post production, pointing out what the best in the business are looking for in an actor’s performance. "How to Avoid the Cutting Room Floor" is concise, to the point and easy to read."
"Jordan's book is smart, funny, a joy to read and chock-full of fantastically practical tips to improve an actor's ability to work professionally and get hired again and again. I recommend this book to all the actors I work with - don't hesitate, you'll be so glad you did!"
"Reading the book feels like sitting down for a cup of coffee and some serious advice with a professional who truly cares about you. Anyone starting out in a screen-acting career should buy this volume and memorize its rules."
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