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Episode 23 - LIVE JUNE 17, 2020 FATHER'S DAY CHAT WITH JEN RUDIN'S FATHER RABBI JAMES RUDIN Today's episode features the LIVE chat from June 17, 2020 Wednesdays with Jen. To celebrate Father’s Day, Jen's dad Rabbi James Rudin joined the chat as her special guest. Not only did he share incredible wisdom and advice from his own years as a stage parent back in the 1980s, but some heartfelt and insight on the importance of education, how to raise strong independent women, and some hope on what to take away once the quarantine is lifted. Oh, and some fun insider stories from when Jen was on Sesame Street and when she was the Cat in the Hat in the Macy’s Thanksgiving day parade. Enjoy!


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30 - Jen Rudin Jen Rudin is an award-winning Casting Director, writer and audition coach, and author of the book Confessions of a Casting Director. She has won two Artios awards for casting, and recently nominated for a 2019 Casting Society of America Artios award for her short film Lucy in the Sky.
She owns and operates Jen Rudin Casting which casts for film, television, commercials, animation and theater in New York and Los Angeles. Jen also writes a monthly column for on Voice Over casting.
Jen Rudin grew up in New York City and began her professional acting career at age eight. She created many new roles in new plays, starred in several television movies, and did commercials. At age twelve, she had her first epiphany at a final callback that she wanted to be a Casting Director – a perfect blend of her photographic memory and love of actors. Her casting philosophy combines the challenge of solving the casting puzzle – who is best for the role? – while creating an honest, positive and comfortable audition environment, in what is often the most stressful of situations.
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obSETHed with: CASTING DIRECTOR JEN RUDIN Jen Rudin has been just about everywhere in casting.&nbsp;She was a Casting Executive at Disney, She became an independent Casting Director and consultant who has worked in TV, FILM, THEATER, ANIMATION, LIVE ACTION and COMMERCIALS.&nbsp;She took the lesson's she learned from working with Actors in all those projects and wrote the book "CONFESSIONS OF A CASTING DIRECTOR".&nbsp;Speaking of writing, she wrote, exec produced, and cast the project LUCY IN THE SKY which has earned her a 2019 Artios Award Nomination!
#12 - Casting Director, Jen Rudin This week's episode in unlike any other episode of Take A Bow. Sydney and Eli sit down with one of the industry's top casting director, Jen Rudin. Jen talks about her time working on Disney's top animated films, Disney's top theatrical shows, having her own casting company, what be a casting director is like, tips for auditioning and much more. Tune in to get an inside look on being a casting director and what they look for. Check out her book and podcast "Confessions of a Casting Director" for more about Jen and casting directors! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Episode 57 - Jen Rudin Jen Rudin, author of “Confessions of a Casting Director,” offers listeners a unique behind the scenes experience of the casting process. A child actress herself, Jen shares tips and stories for both the seasoned actor and young professionals, on how to best navigate the often harrowing and unruly process of auditions. In this funny, candid and insightful interview, Jen explains the process of auditions from the perspective of the casting director. Learn why going in and doing the best you can is always better than not taking advantage of every opportunity. Even when the call comes in the night before...Jen Rudin is an award-winning casting director who began her thirty-year career in show business as a child actor at age eight. As a casting executive at the Walt Disney Company, Jen conducted extensive talent searches all over the United States, identifying and hiring actors who went on to star on Broadway in "The Lion King," "Mary Poppins" and "The Little Mermaid" and in beloved Disney movies like "The Incredibles," "The Princess and the Frog," "Chicken Little" and "Brother Bear." Her company, Jen Rudin Casting, casts projects in New York and Los Angeles. She is the author of "Confessions of a Casting Director."
#5: Casting Director Conversations with Jen Rudin Today I’m giving you a sneak peak of an interview I did with Casting Director/Author: Jen Rudin. She has a new book out “Confessions of A Casting Director.” She is dropping so many helpful nuggets to help us actors WIN!

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Episode 24 - JEN RUDIN ANNOUNCES HER NEW JOB NEWS AND SAYS FAREWELL In this final episode, Jen Rudin reflects on her twenty-year career as an award-winning casting director as she embarks on her new career as the animation agent at ICM.


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Episode 14 - Jen Rudin Tonight is the night of the Artios Awards, and today we're talking to Jen Rudin, casting director and writer of 'Lucy In The Sky' which is nominated for the short film category. Listen in as we discuss her book, her work, and cycling as a casting metaphor, only on Placing Faces.