On the side of the telephone booth, on the cover of People and Premiere, on "Friends" and on the commercials during "Friends," there they are: the golden boys and girls of Hollywood. We all hear about them, their lives, their favorite foods and when they get parking tickets. Glitz, glamour, [insert other clichs here]. The one problem is although these 7-figure movie dealers are high profile, the large majority of actors stay not only off the radar, but just plain off. According to SAG (the Screen Actors Guild, the union all movie/television actors must join), in 1996, 85% of the 90,000 actors in SAG earned less than $5,000. That's $96 a week, before taxes. And a little more than of SAG members earned nothing under SAG contracts. So before you pack a bag and head to Tinseltown, let's get realistic.