He downloaded Final Draft and every screenplay he could find, reading all of them. When he was finished with the script in 2010, titled Killing John Stamos, he used WhoRepresents.com to find contact information for literary managers and agents. He sent it to everyone he could but failed to find representation.
What Is an Eyeline in Film?
Eyelines are where actors look while acting in a scene. They help the audience understand what the character is looking at. Often, when an actor appears to be talking directly to another character, their eye line is directed at the camera, not at the other actor. Maintaining the right eyeline is an essential part of film acting technique—learn more about film acting here.