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There are 2 philosophies about dressing for a specific role. Some actors think they will look desperate if they dress for the role.
Wearing too much can insult the casting director as well. Casting directors know what a doctor, mechanic, police officer, etc... look like.
I generally will either give the casting director and director a feel for the character with my wardrobe choices, but don't spend a lot of time thinking about the clothes. For doctor roles, if it is a live audition, I will ask the casting director if I can wear a lab coat. I know I look like a doctor when I wear one. Depending on the setting and type of doctor, perhaps a suit is more appropriate.
The main thing to keep in mind is that you don't want to insult anyone by wearing too much of a costume. I would suggest that you at least don't dress innapropriately. Don't forget to SUBSCRIBE and LIKE the video. This will give you easy access to all of the videos on this channel and help spread the helpful acting and modeling information with others.
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