What is an Acting Resume?
Acting Resume - An actor's resume should list his physical attribute (height, hair color, eye color...),
his/hers credits (TV, Film, and Theatre Credits), his/her contact info (usually the talent agent or talent manager details), and his/her special skills (sports, languages, hobbies, etc).
Acting Resume Sample
Below is just a sample resume and can be customized for your level of experience.
If you don't have an experience, be sure to begin a resume with your stats, then skills and any other useful information.
If your character has a name, it is always better to put its name instead of the credit (Co star, featured, etc).
Acting Resume Tips! Dos and Don'ts
- Print or staple your resume to the back of your headshot. Use only one staple in the upper left corner.
- If you are stapling, trim your resume to fit the headshot. Cut you resume - 8x10.
- Make sure the contact information on the back is up-to-date, and that you have an email address.
- If you have a lot of projects, it's better to list the best ones.
- Never lie about your experience.
- Don't make up special skills or write things down just so to fill in the special skill area.
- Don't use a resume that is larger that 8 ½ x 11.
- Don't use a resume that is more than one page.
- Don't staple reviews or clippings to your resume. They just get in the way.
- Don't make the type smaller than 10 pt. If you have that much experience, edit it down.
ACTING RESUME IS ALWAYS FREE TO POST OR DOWNLOAD AT Talent Pages