What jobs allow you to work with celebrities?

Updated on : December 3, 2021 by Stanley Pearce



What jobs allow you to work with celebrities?

  1. Personal assistant. An Assistant Fixes Actress Jane Fonda's When She Arrives for a Screening at the 68th Cannes Film Festival | ANNE-CHRISTINE POUJOULAT / AFP / Getty Images. ...
  2. He works for a company owned by celebrities. ...
  3. Stylist. ...
  4. Journalist. ...
  5. Bodyguard. ...
  6. Tutor on set. ...
  7. Publicist.

Work as an assistant to a famous actor or actress. work at any of the many movie or television studios, become a babysitter for someone who has young children, become a limo driver,

become a security guard for any of the many celebrities.

It depends on the celebrity and your focus.

Getting closer

If you want something from them, you are going to experience "distancing" because they can feel that desire from a mile away. Not out of arrogance, but because of the common practice of most people who come into contact with them. People always want something from them, be it an autograph, a photo, money, an endorsement, a gift, a job, etc.

So if you want something from them beyond what you are being asked to do for or with them, it will be so. Then you probably go with your friends and say you celebrated.

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It depends on the celebrity and your focus.

Getting closer

If you want something from them, you are going to experience "distancing" because they can feel that desire from a mile away. Not out of arrogance, but because of the common practice of most people who come into contact with them. People always want something from them, be it an autograph, a photo, money, an endorsement, a gift, a job, etc.

So if you want something from them beyond what you are being asked to do for or with them, it will be so. So you probably go with your friends and say that celebrity X is an idiot, a diva, an arrogant one, etc.

If you walk in with dazzled eyes, you will experience "manufactured acceptance." Not out of arrogance, but because of the awkwardness and gap between you and them that you've already established as a "big fan." This kind of approach and attitude, while natural when meeting certain celebrities, makes them immediately uncomfortable and at the same time lowers YOU a bit in their eyes. There will be less respect as a professional if you walk in with dazzled eyes. It only leads to total discomfort.

For a supported exaggerated example, look at the following (Wish I had a better quality version). Don't be Chris Farley. But you'd be surprised how easy it is to fall for that kind of approach.


If you walk in with an "I don't care who you are" attitude, and do your best to remind them, then you're going to experience immediate "discomfort and disconnection," which will likely force them to remember it. you who exactly are. It's usually not arrogance (it depends on the celebrity), but the fact that, hey, maybe they've earned a well deserved respect in their industry, in their work, and should be treated with some respect.

Then you will probably go home with your friends and say that celebrity X is an idiot, a diva, an arrogant one, etc. "You should have seen them when I didn't kiss their ass ..."

Hey, sure there are celebrity assholes, but a lot of them act that way because of how close people are to them. People are jealous whether they want to admit it or not. Jealous of fame, power, money and respect. They won't admit jealousy, but when you get to the heart of the matter, they are.

All that said ...

If you walk in with an attitude of subtle respect and just treat them like a normal person (which is), nine times out of ten you will get what you give. They will be open, honest, humble, sweet, funny, professional, and respectful TO YOU. And you could make a friend or at least have a great working relationship.

I worked a lot with Adam Sandler and his team in this way. I met and worked with many others during my days in the studio. I always had this approach and saw how others had the aforementioned approaches that I will always advise others to avoid in such situations.

Celebrity

Nine times out of ten, they are very calm, funny, open, respectful, etc. Especially if you apply the correct approach when working with them.

But it is true, there are those who are egotistical. Interestingly, most of them ARE NOT the A-Listers. Most of them are the D-Listers and the reality stars. They tend to have the worst attitudes. They generally feel entitled. They usually wait to be seen.

And sometimes you have to keep in mind that a single impression you give does not encapsulate who you really are on a day-to-day basis. We all have bad days. Sadly, when these people are having a bad day, the paparazzi often cover it up. If not for them, it is the gossip of those in the studio or on set who witnessed an explosion or something.

James Caan once came to Sony's VIP door to do ADR work on the Sound stage. Someone made a mistake and didn't put it on the list. The guard did not know who it was. So they sent him to the front door at the opposite end of the study. Caan was ANGRY. There was hell to pay with sound executives. They sent her flowers and alcohol or something.

Now, Caan can be an idiot. But maybe you had a rough day. We do not know.

Val Kilmer is known to be very difficult to work with. I found him in Hollywood and his reputation clearly matched what I witnessed. I just had an attitude about him. So in that case, there is consistency.

You should also take into account the context of the situation. If they are on set or on their way to the studio offices, you must understand that this is their job. And their job often requires them to reach certain levels of emotions. It's not easy to get to those emotions and stay there take after take. So if they seem more "to themselves", don't immediately think that they are arrogant and just feel like they are too good to acknowledge you. They are working.

So in the context of my own experiences, with the safe approach I took, it was a PLEASURE to work with celebrities on a regular basis.

The good guys can finish first

You probably know or know Jay Leno, the television personality and comedian. Jay Leno is also a car and motorcycle fanatic, serious, serious, committed and committed. He used to make a living fixing them in Boston, his 'miserable day job' long ago before it exploded as one of the great comics of our time. He now owns a huge collection of bicycles and cars. Value? Let me put a wet finger in the wind. Two hundred and fifty million dollars? Probably much more. It puts the collection of late Reno, Nevada gambling mogul Bill Harrah to shame, though

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The good guys can finish first

You probably know or know Jay Leno, the television personality and comedian. Jay Leno is also a car and motorcycle fanatic, serious, serious, committed and committed. He used to make a living fixing them in Boston, his 'miserable day job' long ago before it exploded as one of the great comics of our time. He now owns a huge collection of bicycles and cars. Value? Let me put a wet finger in the wind. Two hundred and fifty million dollars? Probably much more. It puts the collection of late Reno, Nevada gambling mogul Bill Harrah to shame, though the setting of Jay's Burbank hangar is less spectacular. Harrah's immense collection has been reconstituted as the National Automobile Museum, under the executive direction of the admirable Jackie Frady, whom I have had the privilege of meeting. Its museum is worth visiting.

Jay is a decent guy, just as he looks on television. He is completely devoid of "side" or vanity. His practice, when driving or driving, is to stop and assist motorcyclists who have a problem on the road. It's their nature. He likes to hang out at the Rock Store on Mulholland Drive in Los Angeles on weekends, or at the equally funky Newcomb's Ranch at the top of the Angeles Crest Highway, with one of his latest toys (examples: a motorized motorcycle jet, incredible, or a car built by Paul Jameson in England, powered by a 27-liter Rolls-Royce Merlin engine). Both places are established motorcycle spots. When I thought about him and my motorcycle driving / testing / writing habit, I decided to roll the dice. I wanted to write about him for the San Francisco City Bike motorcycle monthly, which I contribute to regularly, usually without pay. Nothing risky,

I wrote to Jay at the NBC Television studios in Burbank, with little expectation of a response, and asked his permission to interview him. I did not expect to receive an answer. Celebrities are too busy and important to answer to anyone, ever, right? These days, to paraphrase Leona Helmsley, who appears elsewhere in this book, answering the mail is only for the little people. Then remember, in contrast, the extraordinary Brooklyn playwright John Patrick Shanley, who instantly and graciously responded to my messages of praise for his wonderful plays Doubt and Outside Mullingar. The same goes for the brilliant Princeton English teacher and The New Yorker writer John McPhee, whom I wrote to thank for one of his many great stories in the magazine. Then,

Two weeks later the phone rang. "Hi John. This is Jay." He had no idea who was calling; She had never expected a call from the man she had written to earlier on a long odds bet. I stuttered, but he helped me: “Jay. Jay Leno. "I mumbled something about being surprised to hear from him.

"You wrote to me, didn't you?" A statement, not a question.

"Look," he said, "first I want you to write down my home phone number so you can call me when you need it." I gulped again. "But Jay, that's valuable and sensitive information." He chuckled: “Don't be an idiot, John. You wrote me a polite letter. If I thought you would abuse me, I wouldn't give it to you. "So much generosity and trust, from a genuine human being." Come any morning, "he said." Anytime after nine in the morning, until noon. Just let me know. I'll be home. Write my address in Beverly Hills. "

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I went the following Monday and left my house at three in the morning. It was a six hour drive from Northern California. I was worried about invading Beverly Hills in my old Honda Civic, probably a vehicle code violation there; Beverly Hills is one of those places where you can be cited for walking down the street. He greeted me at the doors of his mansion before I had gotten out of my car, smiling as he looked up at the massive double doors. I expressed my concern: "Do you allow the old Honda Civics in Beverly Hills?" He looked both ways, furtively, ham on the bones, and smiled: “Get it in my driveway, quick, before they arrest you and confiscate that old pile. You will be safe. I will close the doors. They will never know. "

He poured me coffee, then took me into his living room. It was high-ceilinged, dominated by the largest HD television screen I have ever seen, probably ten or twelve feet high and two feet wide, but the room was so large that the screen was in reasonable proportions. He loaded a DVD of the launch of a space shuttle and turned the sound to maximum volume. "Mavis is out," he explained, "and the neighbors are far enough away that they don't complain." The whole damn place shuddered, the low-frequency roar reaching deep into the guts. It was wonderful and reminded me of flying the Shuttle simulator before. Leno stood there, convulsed with laughter.

We went out to his garage, which was outfitted with one of those car stacking systems that stores two-deck vehicles, one on top of the other. Behind the three roll-up doors were six classics, including a Lamborghini Miura and a Shelby 427 Cobra. He unrolled his Vincent-HRD Special and started kicking it out of the cold. I accused him of warming him up, which he vehemently denied. The interview, including the photograph of Jay and his Vincent, was very straightforward. Jay knows a lot about motorcycles; his enthusiasm is genuine and infectious. He doesn't like modern sports bikes with their wavy fairings, like I do. He explained why: "I don't trust a motorcycle that I can't see through."

My editor liked my story and my photos, obtained thanks to the kindness of a good man, and created a center page dominated by my portrait of Jay. Every time Leno's name comes up, I tell this true story because I want as many people as possible to know that there is at least one 'name' with a heart. He's like he appeared on his original late-night NBC show: modest and personable, smart and kind, with no trace of affectation or anger. Fame has certainly not gone to his head.

Well, they get publicity and end up working with quality directors, animators, and other celebrities.

John Travolta did massive publicity when he arrived in Hollywood with all his money and posted photos of his face on the sides of buses on billboards. He made sure people saw it. Today it is easier than ever to expose your face. Once your face is there, you need to find people who are willing to use your talents or don't have to build you up.

If you can learn to dance and act in one way or another to keep the hype, you can still be famous just by being famous. The rule in Hollywood

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Well, they get publicity and end up working with quality directors, animators, and other celebrities.

John Travolta did massive publicity when he arrived in Hollywood with all his money and posted photos of his face on the sides of buses on billboards. He made sure people saw it. Today it is easier than ever to expose your face. Once your face is there, you need to find people who are willing to use your talents or don't have to build you up.

If you can learn to dance and act in one way or another to keep the hype, you can still be famous just by being famous. The rule in Hollywood is that there is no such thing as bad publicity. So acting, drunk driving and crashing, fighting with cameramen, being naked, and even murder can be publicity. Just look at R. Kelly ... he raped and incarcerated countless women and his record sales are on the rise due to the biopic about raping and incarcerating these women.

Kim Kardashian was made famous by Paris Hilton. The Kardashians started making money thanks to their father, a lawyer. His mother married a star ... Olympic gold medalist. She sells sex. Sex has always been good for sales, but they do well promoting beauty products and marrying other stars.

Sex, Drugs, Rock n Roll and Hollywood are the keys to becoming famous. The whole world has turned into a fucking version of Hollywood, so take yourself outside. LOL! And “Is it fish or chicken? Tuna the chicken of the sea ".

You can also be very good at something, but you still need publicity. If no one knows how good you are at something. If you don't have a stage, you won't get famous.

Do you just want to meet celebrities or do you want to work with them? Chauffeur, limousine driver, be a waiter at a restaurant where celebrities go. You can also look for work at a talent agency, film or television studio, production company, public relations company, catering company, or a sports or concert hall. You could become a personal assistant.

You could also make a name for yourself as a photographer, makeup artist, and dozens of other trades and crafts. I have a good friend who has photographed many famous musicians and another stunt actor friend whose wife is one of the best makeup artists. Another friend is very me

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Do you just want to meet celebrities or do you want to work with them? Chauffeur, limousine driver, be a waiter at a restaurant where celebrities go. You can also look for work at a talent agency, film or television studio, production company, public relations company, catering company, or a sports or concert hall. You could become a personal assistant.

You could also make a name for yourself as a photographer, makeup artist, and dozens of other trades and crafts. I have a good friend who has photographed many famous musicians and another stunt actor friend whose wife is one of the best makeup artists. Yet another friend is highly sought after by the studios for her florist and decorating skills. She also has more wedding work than she wants, she is so good. Security work is another thought, including executive protection, that several of my friends do. One of my friends is a retired police officer who manages the security of several high-level people. He has an average of 60 hours per week of work.

Another friend of mine provides flight attendants for private flights, so she always travels everywhere with the rich and famous, many of whom request her.

Go places where celebrities are, be kind, down-to-earth, friendly and helpful they're human too ... see if they have any needs that you can fill, any skills that might be useful to them. You could be "in the right place at the right time".

As with almost everything in life, networking is vital. I have met most of the heroes and then a few. Many were at book signings, concerts, etc.

I hope that helps!

What celebrities have you run into while traveling for work?

THANK YOU for the opportunity to describe this chance encounter. I used to describe it to my friends and challenge them to guess who the celebrity was.

So, I was on a business trip to New York and found a single room at the famous Plaza Hotel that was surprisingly inexpensive. A single single bed fit into a tiny room, and the single window faced the rear of a parapet that blocked any view. The bathroom was bigger, and even bigger was the dressing room. I suspect it was meant to be the accommodation for the servant of some wealthy staff.

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What celebrities have you run into while traveling for work?

THANK YOU for the opportunity to describe this chance encounter. I used to describe it to my friends and challenge them to guess who the celebrity was.

So, I was on a business trip to New York and found a single room at the famous Plaza Hotel that was surprisingly inexpensive. A single single bed fit into a tiny room, and the single window faced the rear of a parapet that blocked any view. The bathroom was bigger, and even bigger was the dressing room. I suspect it was intended to be the servant's quarters of a wealthy person who was staying in a nearby suite.

Mind you, the room was cheap, but the breakfast wasn't: almost $ 20 for three half slices of French toast with * nothing * on the side. The least they could have done is give me that last half slice of bread! But I digress ……

I met the famous celebrity while going down in the elevator. He got along with several of his entourage - manager, publicist, whatever - I didn't recognize any of them.

But the celebrity had been a movie and television star for more than 26 years when I met her. She did not speak to me, but some of her staff did and confirmed her identity in case I had any questions.

Now the catch: I was only 7 years old.

Came back. She had been a star for over 26 years, how is that possible?!?!?!

it's okay. Another hint * We * all ate in the dining room, but the celebrity ate breakfast in the kitchen. Uhuh. In fact, she was not * allowed * in the dining room ...

We get hot, right?

How about this? In the kitchen, he ate off the floor.

I understand? Or do I hear "uncle"?

The famous celebrity was Lassie. The Lassie I met was 7 years old, but in fact the dog had been replaced many times over the course of 26 years.

Such was my great brush with a celebrity. Now I can put names at parties.

I'm sure she had a bigger room than mine, and I bet the Plaza let her eat two slices of toast ...

Water slide tester

Earlier this year, Sebastian Smith got the best graduate job, as a waterslide tester for First Choice. The job involves assembling and qualifying the company's waterslides in exotic locations. Smith's predecessor hung up his trunks after four years on the job that he called "the best job in the world." Smith is expected to rate the slides based on "greatest splash effect" and "adrenaline factor." He will travel from Mallorca to Jamaica in the position of 20,000 pounds sterling a year
Duvet Tester

John Lewis department store employs a quilt fitting specialist who chooses the most comfortable bedding for custo

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Water slide tester

Earlier this year, Sebastian Smith got the best graduate job, as a waterslide tester for First Choice. The job involves assembling and qualifying the company's waterslides in exotic locations. Smith's predecessor hung up his trunks after four years on the job that he called "the best job in the world." Smith is expected to rate the slides based on "greatest splash effect" and "adrenaline factor." He will travel from Mallorca to Jamaica in the position of 20,000 pounds sterling a year
Duvet Tester

John Lewis Department Store employs a quilt fitting specialist who chooses the most comfortable bedding for customers by testing it first. Jo Unsworth is currently on the job and says "'It's probably the only career where sleep at work is actively encouraged."
Champagne tasting

The definitive job in the champagne industry probably belongs to Olivier Krug, who runs the Krug House. Help to be rough in business; He is the sixth generation in his family to run the champagne house. Krug travels the world, oversees the grape harvest, and drinks a lot of champagne. Once the champagne has been harvested, Krug oversees the tasting committee that tests thousands of wines to see if they measure up.
Zombie

London Bridge Experience and London Dungeons employ zombies to "scare" visitors at their attractions. The London Bridge Experience has roughly 50 'scarers' on its books, but suitable applicants for jobs there should have 'scare experience' according to the company. Scare tactics include jumping out of dark corners and scaring unsuspecting visitors. In 2011, an unfortunate scarer in the London Dungeon had to step back from his role because he has a Halloween phobia.
Ice cream tester

Alison Gray has been testing and inventing ice cream flavors for 13 years. Ice cream flavor testers eat their way through a small tub of ice cream per day in the name of research. Creating new ice cream flavors is something of an art for taste testers. On average, it takes about 18 months to develop a new ice cream flavor. The ice cream development team also travels the world for their craft.
Chocolate tester

Earlier this year, a woman became Cadbury's first dedicated chocolate taster. Although technically an honorary role as she does not have a salary, Jane Ballinger can try out Cadbury's new creations before they hit stores. However, the role of a chocolate taster may come with a health warning: Britain's 'Head of Chocolate Tasting' has been forced to resign after accumulating two stones in three years. Manufacturers like Mars and Nestlé relied on their expertise and sophisticated palate to try out new treats before production, but they said their cholesterol was getting dangerously high.
Professional sleeper

Earlier this year, a hotel in Finland announced that a "professional sleeper" would spend 35 days testing their beds. Hotel Finn was looking for a blogger to write about his dream experiences and get paid for it. This week a similar post for "sleep" was announced. The US space agency Nasa offered volunteers the opportunity to stay in bed for 70 days for a salary of £ 11,000. Applicants will not be required to do anything at all except stay in bed.

Source: Telegraph

Do you want to contact a movie star, athlete, model or politician, but can't find the right way to start your approach? There may be several reasons for getting to that point:

  • You need an approach to excel in your line
  • You are a huge fan of a specific celebrity.
  • You want to get publicity

Whatever the reason, there are ways to make your fantasy come true by getting in touch with them. At the end of the day, these celebrities are human too and if you contact them with their privacy in mind, it would surely make them happy. How to contact a celebrity? If you are interested in

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Do you want to contact a movie star, athlete, model or politician, but can't find the right way to start your approach? There may be several reasons for getting to that point:

  • You need an approach to excel in your line
  • You are a huge fan of a specific celebrity.
  • You want to get publicity

Whatever the reason, there are ways to make your fantasy come true by getting in touch with them. At the end of the day, these celebrities are human too and if you contact them with their privacy in mind, it would surely make them happy. How to contact a celebrity? If you are interested in doing so, check out some of the more successful tips below:

Try to find someone close to them

If you live in the same city, it is much easier since you can somehow find some approach or source to help you reach them. One of them is your agent, manager, publicist, coworkers, etc. You can get your data from them, but it's not always easy. So, try a more compelling method, such as using Booking Agent Info, FanMail, and IMDbPro services, which will open up a business purpose or business method to satisfy them.

Twitter Facebook

If you are a genuine fan, have a good Twitter / Facebook account, did something special for your favorite celebrity like writing some pretty lines, then it can help you. But remember that you don't need to write too many messages as it can really annoy him. In addition, there is a very small chance that your message will be read among so many. Therefore, it has to be different but relaxing.

Charity events

Celebrities are usually socially active and participate in charity work. You just have to find out your donation zone, as Lance Armstrong was diagnosed with cancer and fought out of this battle, so you can contact him regarding the cause related to it. For that, try to get the name and contact details of your advertiser.

Kiara advance

Kiara Advani used to babysit in preschool and this was her first job. "I sang nursery rhymes, made them learn alphabets and numbers, and even changed their diapers," she said in an interview.

Jay bhanushali

Jay Bhanushali, a popular actor and television host, used to work as a salesman at one point.

"My father was a bank manager and he always told us: 'You should know that making money is not that easy.' We (he, brother and others) were told that after the 10th grade we would have to look for part-time jobs. with friends. And that's what I gave

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Kiara advance

Kiara Advani used to babysit in preschool and this was her first job. "I sang nursery rhymes, made them learn alphabets and numbers, and even changed their diapers," she said in an interview.

Jay bhanushali

Jay Bhanushali, a popular actor and television host, used to work as a salesman at one point.

"My father was a bank manager and he always told us: 'You should know that making money is not that easy.' We (he, brother and others) were told that after the 10th grade we would have to look for part-time jobs. with friends. And that's what I did, "Jay said in a statement. "I sold books and worked as a salesman in a couple of brand name shoe stores," he said, adding that "it wasn't my thing."

Parineeti Chopra

Parineeti was a marketing intern at Yash Raj Films before her acting talent was discovered there.

Sonam kapoor

This star girl showed that she has great acting skills with "Neerja". Many people also know that he used to be Sanjay Leela Bhansali's assistant director on "Black." But did you know that Sonam used to be a waitress at 15?

Sonakshi Sinha

Before being discovered for Salman Khan's "Dabangg", Sonakshi began her career as a costume designer. He designed the costumes for the movie "Mera Dil Leke Dekho" in 2005.

Taapsee Pannu

Although the "Naam Shabana" actress did not actually pursue an engineering degree, she graduated from engineering and even developed an app called FontSwap. It was the first app of its kind and it allowed iPhone uses to change fonts.

Madhavan

Madhavan taught courses on public speaking skills and personality development, before making a portfolio to pursue his passion for acting in Mumbai.

John Abraham

Before he could cash in on his modeling and acting career, the handsome heartthrob with an MBA used to work as a media planner for Enterprises-Nexus.

Ranveer Singh

Ranveer was a copywriter before Bollywood took over. He worked at renowned agencies such as O&M and J. Walter Thompson.

Shahrukh khan

King Khan of B-Town used to work as an assistant at concerts in Delhi.

Rajinikanth

The Tamil superstar was a bus driver with the Banglore Transportation Service before he started doing plays.

And many more celebrities have worked hard.

Being a celebrity relies on your hunger for fame.

Example :

You are already a celebrity at home.

You are a little less famous in your society.

The city doesn't even know who you are.

The state doesn't even care about the talents it possesses.

The country will not even notice your absence.

So first decide the level of fame you want.

If you need national fame and respect, then you will have to decide in which field you are best and work on that talent as if it were your only chance to survive.

You will become a celebrity.

Peace.

On one occasion, Colin Powell, when speaking to a counterpart, referred to me and two others as "my experts." So of course I think it's a complete class act.

There was a high official who was generally very impressed with himself and his own importance. As usual, he despised cleaning staff, repairmen, et al. A precious moment happened when Mr. Self-Important made a smug comment to the man who was on his knees fixing a paper jam. Guess who it was that was getting toner on their hands. UPS.

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