Have you ever had aspirations of acting? You most likely have if you're a person, which I assume you are. One of the best occupations in the world is undoubtedly acting on the big screen. There are many ways to become a superstar, and not all of them include merely having good looks.
It takes "overnight celebrity" 10 years on average to be "discovered," thus the sooner you start working toward your objective, the sooner you will undoubtedly achieve it. You should start by enrolling in acting classes. Join your theater class if you are reading this and are still in high school. Learn as much as you can about acting, improvisation, singing, and dancing. If you've graduated from high school, enroll in the theatre program at a nearby junior college to continue gaining acting skills.
You have a stronger chance of earning a main role on TV or in a movie if you have more skills, such as singing, dancing, and improvisation (just think of all the stars who can sing in addition to acting). The next thing you should do is memorize two monologues (one dramatic and one comic) that you can do on-the-spot for a director, as well as get a couple headshots taken by a professional photographer. After that, you can submit these headshots to a casting agency and join for a modest charge.
Every day, a list of roles that suit you will be provided to you. You can send your CV and headshot to the casting director in the hopes of getting an audition; you might even get a lead role. Therefore, once you've gained some experience performing on camera, you can join a union like the Stage Actors Guild (SAG) and even work with an agent who can help you land better jobs for a tiny percentage of your salary.
With the help of this book, you can perhaps break into the industry and turn into the actor or actress you've seen on the big screen.