Dating actors bad idea

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He served as Assistant Producer and Senior Writer for the live webcast from Times Square on New Year's Eve 2010-2012.As a freelance writer, he has contributed to Gamespy, Premiere, Complex Magazine, Maxim Online, and MTV Magazine.And your friends will be happy you settled down just like them. Now I've been living in Los Angeles as a struggling director-type for some years, and for better or for worse have gone out with enough civilians to know what it's really like. But after another big deal because you had to cancel for a last minute meeting, you start wondering whether all the pressure about things that really seem like they should be more casual is your idea of fun. They're going to care that you're on a film shoot instead of regularly and constantly available to go out to dinner and to friends' birthday parties. They aren't constantly exposed to rejection, so they don't understand the entertainment psyche. You might even go to a therapist to help you manage your self-esteem issues.So if you're an entertainment industry type seeking a fulfilling relationship, here I present to you why dating a "civilian" is a Bad Idea. If you're on a shoot for 3 months, they might actually perceive that as a negative. I bet you've dated someone who judges you for all of that. It makes you question, decide, and move forward with your own ways, your own art, your own plans.Explaining she once dated someone in the business while she was at drama school, the Zero Dark Thirty star explained the thought of being in a relationship with someone else in the public eye 'freaks' her out.'I have dated an actor before, at Juilliard [drama school], but since then, I’ve only been on a couple of dates with one and I was so freaked out someone was going to take a picture of us, because they were famous.

So, with an eye on content that leads to traffic, and also an eye on your endless need for simple advice, and an eye on the mirror (always) I shall provide you with... You know what people like (even people who aren't constantly judged on their looks and way of speaking)? Before you met Your Actor on Match.com, maybe you never trucked your ass out to a black box theater far out on the elevated train to see people in all-white clothes enact Medea with no budget. Maybe, even, seeing that particular version of Medea gives you a goddamned headache. Your Actor, though, did not write Medea or direct himself or herself to put on the duck mask and would also probably prefer to be in the latest Tony Kushner in Minneapolis.

My experience is with the females, but the generalizations below being of the vast variety, they apply regardless of gender: David Tennant’s Dr.

So if you’re seeking a fulfilling relationship, here I present to you why dating an actor is a Bad Idea.

And why not (besides the mildly inconvenient fact of those two being fictional)? Where they work half as much as you and yet somehow seem really tired, really stressed out, and sometimes incapable of handling a life that seems pretty damn cush.

Conforming to social norms can find you loved, financially stable, and the subject of envy. Every little life thing is an emergency requiring excessive amounts of planning and commitment. You have to commit and be on time for funerals and weddings. If you're dating him, you try to be accomodating the first few times. Civilians are going to care that you work on weekends. I bet you're a master of the pick yourself up and dust yourself off.

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