FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
What pre-requisites do I need to apply to Khans Entertainment for representation?
Depending on your age, 0 - 5 years old will be considered as Models only as no training in acting is required.
Ages 6 and over will be required to be in training in a reputable Acting/Performing Arts school or enrolled to commence in the next term/semester from the date of application.
How many people does Khans Entertainment have on their books?
We are a boutique Agency and very selective with a small number of talent enabling us the focus on everyone. Currently, there are around 40 people on our books. We do not take more than 3 of the same 'look'.
What type of work will Khans Entertainment seek for me?
Talent on our books work across film, television, theatre, musical theatre, digital and online content, commercial work, voice-overs, corporates and public appearances. You will be submitted for roles suited to your ability, training and experience. The more training you have up your sleeves the more opportunities for you. Work opportunities are Australia and International wide.
What commission does the Agency take?
10% (plus GST) on all work.
This is subject to increase at management discretion after 2 years.
How do I apply to be represented by Khans Entertainment Agency?
Email a resume and photos to , along with a showreel if you have one. If you are successful, you will be called in to attend an interview. Further details will be supplied upon interview.
Do you have joining fees?
No. There are no joining or any ongoing fees to us. We don't get paid until you do. However, we do expect clients to cover the cost of materials required to promote them such as headshots, Showcast and Casting Networks membership, and any union/guild fees if required.
Can you guarantee me work?
No Agent can guarantee anyone any work. While every effort is made to promote and secure work for talent, there is no guarantee that every talent will get work as ultimately the final decision is made by the client.
Can I be represented by more than one agency?
No. This causes conflict between agents and confuses clients when trying to book talent.
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