The Talented Toddlers
When our talent reaches the toddlers’ category, their vibrant little personalities are beginning to shine through – this is perfect for castings as they aren’t afraid to be themselves and can easily capture the attention of our clients, because they are so cute!
Now that they are that little bit older, they begin to become suitable for a wider variety of jobs and speaking roles as they develop.
We all know that toddlers grow and change every day, from new teeth, to haircuts while mum and dad aren’t watching. Which is why our talent has state of the art online portfolios allowing us to give clients up to date information on their development and sizing, at their request. This makes it easy for us to service our clients with urgency and ease when they are seeking accurate and appropriate information on our talent.
Frequently Asked Questions
Meet Vivienne Albany.
Vivienne is a young girl with big aspirations: every time she saw kids on a television advertisement, Vivienne would ask mum Kathryn how she could be just like them, on TV.
This led Kathryn to sign Vivienne with us at Bettina Management.
“The best part of working on set was [that] I made lots of friends and all the grown-ups were really nice,” says Vivienne.
Though there was a large volume of people working on one of Vivienne’s jobs, a feature film, Kathryn says she was very satisfied with how Vivienne was always put first and treated with the utmost care and respect.
“When Vivienne’s working on set, I just feel so proud!” says Kathryn.
Meet Brodie Manning.
Brodie’s first job was an advertisement for Vicks Vapour Rub, where Brodie and his mum Amanda got to travel overseas to Malaysia for a job.
Brodie loved travelling for his job and said the experience of meeting different people was great.
“Going to Malaysia was really exciting because everybody was nice, I got to meet new people, I made new friends!”
Mum says she is super proud and still can’t believe how much Brodie has achieved.
“Watching Brodie on set, it was a proud moment. He worked really hard, he did a great job, and I couldn’t believe that it was him behind the camera,” says Amanda.
Meet Hollie McDonald.
Mum Debra says she was nervous taking Hollie to her first casting in 2014, but that her daughter shone.
“The best part of seeing Hollie work on set is the enjoyment she gets out of it. She’s very happy and everybody loves her.”
Hollie has starred in campaigns for big brands like Seed and Pure Baby.
“Seeing Hollie’s photographs in catalogues makes me feel very proud,” says mum Debra.