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ABC's 'Pan Am' Promo Takes Flight at Comic-Con

A popular "survival job" for actors is being a promo model at conventions. While some of the less appealing work has actors basically being "booth girls", "carnival barkers", or "eye candy", some have actors dress in character, perform, improv, and interact with people all day.

One of the most talked about booths at Comic-Con this year is the booth for the upcoming ABC show "Pan Am". The promo models at this booth are actors dressed as retro flight attendants performing scripted dialogue as well as improvising in character as they take groups on a simulated flight complete with an "in-flight" promo of the new series.



-- Jessica Gardner

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