Anyone who works with toddlers will know that one is enough and two can be a nightmare! But Sammy has been making it work with her gorgeous twin girls over the last couple of years when they’ve been booked for some amazing campaigns. She chats to us about what it’s like having twin toddlers on set and also their experience working as a whole family for Elevit.
Why did you decide to join the girls up to an agency?
It sounded like a fun thing to try – The girls are identical twins and I had a lot of people saying they would be great.
What did you look for when deciding on an agency for the girls?
First they had to have a good reputation, some great opportunities for the kids and, of course a high standard professionalism – treating the children well.
What made you choose Bettina Management?
The great reputation, track record of amazing clients, word of mouth from others in the industry, and ease of communication.
What was it like taking them to their first casting?
So exciting, I was really happy to simply show my babies off – anything else was just a bonus
What is the best part of seeing the girls working on set?
Being with them and be able to ‘work’ as a new mum, it was a great thing to look forward to. It’s so much fun being on set, everyone always loves and takes such good care of the kids.
What do you find challenging about having the girls working in the industry?
The older the twins get, the harder it is to keep them under control!
What is it like seeing the girls on TV for the first time?
We especially love seeing the girls on TV and hearing when friends and family also see them – we have family in Adelaide and they are always delighted when they show up on the screen.
What is your favourite job that the girls has done?
They are all so fun, Elevit was so memorable as it was with all three of us and the girls were still such little babies. It was shot so beautifully and such an incredible experience.
Do you have any advice for parents with young babies wanting to get into the industry?
Just go for it, listen to what they have to say and don’t take it too seriously.
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