Co-Star VS Guest Star

I had a parent ask me this week: What is the difference between a CO-STAR and a GUEST STAR.
In TV, the simple answer is this: A CO-STAR is a smaller role, and a GUEST STAR is a larger role.
Your union, SAG-AFTRA has an opinion on pay scales for these roles, so you can check with them for what they are.
In general a GUEST STAR—TOP OF SHOW is paid VERY WELL.
A GUEST STAR, not top of show, is paid a union minimum of several thousand dollars per episode.
A CO-STAR with a larger role, is usually paid by the day, or sometimes by the week, if the producers save money that way.
A one-day CO-STAR, who can have several lines or just one or two, is paid for the day.
All will receive some residuals according to the use of the final production.
Of course they include a studio teacher, etc., for minors working. The rules protect the kids/teens in show business.
NEED MORE INFORMATION, contact SAG-AFTRA and ask them.
This is a general description…
One or Two line co-star auditions? Generally, be SNARKY!
Raise the stakes, be busy and SNARK OUT! That way, they get what they need, someone to help the story along.
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