Have a Question for Us
We’re sure you have more than a few questions regarding Hunter Talent and the entertainment industry.
Commission, tax, and even fees – there are so many things you need to know before signing up with a talent agency.
We tried to cover as much as we could below, but if you still can’t find an answer to your query, then feel free to get in touch by hitting the button at the bottom of the page.
We’re a sister agency to Australia’s longest running child talent agency Bubblegum Casting. While Bubblegum specialises in child talent, at Hunter we represent actors, models, creatives, and influencers aged 18 years and over.
Yes and no. We represent actors, models, creatives, and influencers aged 18 and over.
We love people of all ages, shapes, sizes, and cultural backgrounds.
If you have talent, the will to succeed, and a solid work ethic, then you could be a good fit for Hunter Talent.
If you think this industry is good for a quick buck, then sorry but we probably won’t be able to work together.
Call us old-fashioned if you want, but we like to meet before we sign anyone to our books. You can fill out our online application form and we’ll let you know when our next open casting event takes place.
Hunter Talent has helped many of Australia’s leading brands and production companies find the right talent for their projects.
You can check out our list of clients right here. You should recognize a name or two 🙂
That’s the million dollar question right there.
The truth is that we have no idea as it all depends on your suitability to a role and a client’s requirements.
One thing we are sure of is that we’ll promote the hell out of you.
If a suitable brief comes in, we’ll make damn sure the right people see your portfolio.
The rest is up to you.
We’re a boutique agency and that means that we place quality over quantity in everything we do.
We have about 300 uber talented folk on our books and we can vouch for the professionalism of each and every one. We can probably even tell you how they all like their coffee too.
That’s a definite no.
Having two agencies representing you is messy and can lead to all kinds of misunderstandings and crossed wires. That’s why we prefer that anyone who joins Hunter Talent is not signed to another agency.
Seriously, when two agencies put you forward for the same role, it looks super unprofessional for both you and the agencies involved. Don’t do this thinking you’ll get more work because it could hurt your career.
This depends on the job in question but our commission ranges from 10 – 20%
Yes we do. These fees cover the administration costs of promoting your portfolio and making all those calls to land you the right opportunities to audition.
Our fees are paid yearly and in advance.
Yes, we have an agreement that you sign when you join the agency. This is a legally binding document and it’s there to protect everyone involved (that means you too).
The contract is usually for a period of twelve months as this gives us plenty of time to help you find suitable opportunities.
The contract can be terminated at any time by mutual consent because after all, sometimes things just don’t work out.
Oh yeah. Nothing like paying less tax, right?
The fees are tax deductible if you make enough money to cross the tax threshold.
We’re going to stop right there though. We’re not tax consultants and we think you really should speak to someone who knows more about tax laws and finances.