Fearne Cotton has shared some skills to help people get into TV though she admits to struggling to make her career leap forward in light of the fact that she had no contacts in the business yet once she got her foot in the entryway she acted as hard as she could to be a win.
The 34-year-old presenter made her TV debut at 15 as a host on CITV’s ‘The Disney Club’ in 1996 yet she lets it be known was hard to know how to get into the entertainment business since she had “”zero”” associations yet she has a “”confident persona”” while being inteviewed for jobs.
Talking about her achievements to date, the former BBC Radio One DJ said: ”For me, when I was attempting to get into the business I’m in, I was from suburbia, I had zero associations and it is that first piece – once you are on their rader.
”When you get those associations it is critical in light of the fact that you need to utilize those contacts so carefully and be entirely bolshie and certain and put it all on the line.”
Here are 5 top tips:
– Get some professional TV Presenter Training
– Finding out where the jobs are and see what skills you need to develop
– Keep applying and work on as many campaigns as you can to gain experience to put on your CV
– Network with like minded people
– Maximise the ffort and commitment you put into promoting yourself the better the chances of succes – Good luck!
Fearne – who has two youngsters, child Rex, three, and six-month old little girl Honey Krissy, with her spouse Jesse Wood – ensured she had the most elevated proficient norms when she started her vocation and was constantly dependable and prepared to work.
Uncovering her pet disdain at work, she said: ”I dislike lateness, it’s irritating.”
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