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Why Us? Because we are the BEST!


We are highly professional, flexible, and easy to work with.

Our compassion and charm work like magic on every shoot!!

About Us

Stella Pacific Management is a wonderful group of studio teachers/welfare workers, baby wrangler, acting coaches, interpreters, nurses, set medics, and stunt divers. Our client list includes some of the top commercial, film, and television companies in the entertainment industry.

Our Approach

We can't wait for the next challenging job so we can seize the opportunity to share and help make that film, show, commercial, or whatever project at hand, the most successful and memorable experience for all!

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In many states, Child Labor laws require production companies to hire tutors for kids who work on film, television, commercial or print photography or any other type of production. In California, these child tutors are licensed by the state and are called Studio Teacher/Welfare Workers. It is the responsibility of the production company to hire a Studio Teacher/Welfare Worker for the education of all minors under 18 years of age. In addition to tutoring kids on set, a Studio Teacher’s job is to look after the health, safety and welfare of the working child.

— California's 10 Day Permits ​—


California's New Online Temporary 10-Day

This Law May Affect You,  Regardless of Your Home State.

On October 7th, 2011 California Governor Jerry Brown signed into law a new bill (California AB 1401) which allows for parents of child actors to obtain, on a one-time basis, a Temporary 10-Day Entertainment Work Permit for a fee of $50. California's new temporary online work permit will allow for verification of all permits by third parties (producers, casting directors, studio teachers, etc.)

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What you need to know about California's new 10-Day Temporary Permits: 

  • • Will be issued on a one-time only basis for a fee of $50.00
  • • Available to minors age 15 days to 15 years (16-17 year olds are excluded from the new law)
  • • Infants under age 30 days will not be able to obtain a temporary permit without a note from a physician certifying that the
    infant is at least 15 days old, was carried to full term and is physically able to perform
  • • Temporary Permits can be verified by third parties online with a permit number and zip code
  • • Temporary Blanket Permits (for large groups of minors) are not available

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