Once, when I was casting a television show, a young actor came in to read for the lead role. When he walked into the audition, I knew I was in trouble. The script sides were all wrinkled and crumpled, like he'd been working on them for days. And in the margins I could see lots of little scribbles and notes and reminders – all of that stuff, by the way, are red flags...
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