Dear Toni,
My son, Drew, is 10 years old and has been starting to get work in commercials and TV. He has an excellent agent that seems to take care of everything he needs and is sending him out on auditions often. Our experience on sets so far has been wonderful. The directors and assistants have been attentive, caring and kept me informed at all stages. I am always concerned about Drew’s welfare and best interests but don’t want to be demanding and obnoxious. I’m concerned about the stories I hear about “stage moms” and certainly don’t want to be in that group. What tips or suggestions do you have for parents of child actors?
Cheryl Jones