Filter by rating
filters
State:
Show
City:
Show
Product:
Show
Most Helpful
So... I have been searching and searching for any kind of reviews for "The Industry Network" and I cannot find any... good or bad... So does anyone have any suggestions or experience with them?!? We were "selected" to go to the L.A. National Showcase... It is going to...
View full review
52 comments
Anonymous
#1746967

Continued from a long rant that was forgotten until after posting: other inconsistencies included the instructor informing us what to where and how to look- we should all wear dark clothes and be toned down to showcase our acting moreso than our looks. Upon the big meet and sit down, they discussed that we should have worn clothes that showcased our looks as well as our acting (color coordinated with skin tone, flattering but not too distracting, any and everything opposite of what was advised beforehand).

Someone inquired about how hair should be done, and they informed us the agent would tell us what to wear and how to look.

In yet numerous times, they insist that you be yourself. As far as I'm concerned, they emphasised how limited you are as an individual due to image, and that despite the comforts that we can be happy as ourselves, we are still molding to whatever it is they want us to be for money.

View more comments
Review
#679941 Review #679941 is a subjective opinion of poster.

The Industry Network in Brooklyn, New York - Horriby

So after spending $670 for so call acting classes and a one man showcase my daughter was picked let me just mention before signing up I asked them if my daughter gets picked to go to California and can not go will they still work with her. They told me of course we stay with her until she meets her goals another lie. Once my daughter was picked to go to California in June I was unable to attend the California showcase because school came first we never heard from them again not to mention it was about $5000 to go to California. Save your money invest in real acting classes and send headshots to local agencies on your own. The Industry Network takes your money and do not help you at all.
View full review
Review
#1694159 Review #1694159 is a subjective opinion of poster.
2.2
Details
A few days before my audition , I was scrolling through the internet and I found something about the Industry Network . So I decided to take a look at it, found out they were having auditions near to where I live , so I decided to go. I got free head shots and...
View full review
1 comment
Anonymous
#1754687

The opportunity is worth it if you are serious about what you are there to do. BE READY.

Have your material down and be ready to impress.

If it is just something that you are considering and not that serious about pursuing then I guarantee the money will not be worth it. But if you are ready to move to LA tomorrow and start working then it is definitely a worthwhile experience to be seen by so many agents at once.

Review
#1665309 Review #1665309 is a subjective opinion of poster.
Pros
  • Covered singing bc i couldnt afford to pay both
  • Over abundance of agents and managers
  • Local people
Cons
  • Should include airfare and hotel and food
  • Pick times where teens and kids dont have school or work
  • Not guaranteed to get signed
Reason of review
Affordability
Loss
$3000
Preferred solution
Price reduction
Tags
  • Industry Network

The Industry Network in Orlando, Florida - Is this a scam?

1.7
Details
I just went to the first audition and I want to know if this is legit before I pay the money! They were really sweet and said really sweet things about me and my bio however they did want about 500$-700$ for the next audition so I really need to know!!! Thank you!
View full review
Review
#1626505 Review #1626505 is a subjective opinion of poster.
Service
The Industry Network Talent Agency Service
Reason of review
Good quality

The Industry Network in Oakland, California - Don’t do it ! It is a scam

2.5
Details
I recently took my friends son to one of these in my home town it was the most unprofessional audition I have ever experienced. No audition is set up they way they had it I sure hope the people they picked don’t fall for this scam wait till they have to put x amount of dollars up front and there is no guarantee you will ever get an audition or a job . Be smart on these things . Nothing is for free
View full review
Review
#1614084 Review #1614084 is a subjective opinion of poster.
Service
The Industry Network Talent Agency Service
Reason of review
Bad quality

The Industry Network - Horrible auditions

1.7
Details
All this industry network wants is money they make there auditions sound professional but at the end they give you a brochure to pay them. Instead of auditioning for real tv shows like they said it was, instead they wanted me to pay them nearly $1500.
View full review
Review
#1511634 Review #1511634 is a subjective opinion of poster.
Service
The Industry Network Talent Agency Service
Reason of review
Bad quality

The Industry Network in Odessa, Texas - If They are asking you to pay money up front? It's not legit

I've been in the business a good while now (100+ credits to my name on IMDb) Based on everything I've been reading and seeing this is not a legit talent agency, seriously a local, regional then national audition? that's not how its done. A legit Agency has a client base in place that asks for actors or actress's that meet certain criteria things like age range something like 18-29 male or female white Latino or whatever it is they are looking for the Agency then goes thru their talent pool and submits only those people meeting the casting Directors requirements. A legitimate Talent agency Will never ask you to pay upfront, they work off a percentage of whatever they negotiate for you if you get the part
View full review
Review
#1507713 Review #1507713 is a subjective opinion of poster.
Service
The Industry Network Talent Agency Service
Reason of review
Bad quality

The Industry Network - How much does it really cost

We are new to the program and just curious how much will the upcoming “steps” costs? So far it’s 600.00 to go to the next level after the initial audition, can anyone tell me from experience what happens if we make it to the “next” level? More funds? And how many more steps and costs lie ahead? This is important because not everyone has that kind of money to invest only to find out there are additional costs just around the next step? Thank you!
View full review
Review
#1488631 Review #1488631 is a subjective opinion of poster.

The Industry Network - They wasn't professional at all

1.0
Details
I keep calling the number they gave me and never got a answer. They cant and wont answer no question you have for them at all they only deal with the kids and try to ignore you by rushing out the place of buisness. And come to find out that doug farr guy was supposed to be a three different places at the same time( HOW) and with the same story line about his child who makes a lot of money and model for levi it is a mess. I think they all are scams because all of their story doesnt add up at all with what they are doing or said.
View full review
Review
#1480250 Review #1480250 is a subjective opinion of poster.

The Industry Network - All they want is MONEY

1.0
Details
What the company does is have a first "audition". If you make their "call back" you will have to pay about $500 to go through the "rehearsals" for what they call "regional audtions". If you make the "call backs" for that, you will have to fork out more money to go to "the nationals" in LA. If you make it to LA you will FINALLY get to audition for talent agencies (not only you but about 300 other people). IT IS A SCAM.
View full review
Review
#1478798 Review #1478798 is a subjective opinion of poster.

Contact The Industry Network Customer Service

Mailing Address:
The Industry Network
220 Newport Center Drive #11
Newport Beach, California 92660
United States
Phone:
(310) 283-3744
All The Industry Network Contacts

Compare The Industry Network to

One Source Talent
One Source Talent
Has verified representatives
359 reviews
2.0
Compare
I just want to know is this a scam or the real deal before i go any further.
View full review
2 comments
FuzzyLabradorRetriever694
#1754302

Its the real deal but you arent guaranteed to get signed. I would advice you to go , if you know 100% that you have something different or something that they are looking for , otherwise I wouldn't go

View more comments
Review
#1477672 Review #1477672 is a subjective opinion of poster.