How do I make a beginner acting resume?

How do I make a beginner acting resume?

How do I make a beginner acting resume?

Here's the order of things you can use on your resume:

  1. Your professional (stage) name.
  2. Union affiliations and agency (if any)
  3. Contact details, personal information and measurements.
  4. Credits, work experience.
  5. Training.
  6. Any specific skills.

How to write a resume for an actor?

  • If you just starting your acting career, you might opt for a resume objective to highlight the role you are after and how you plan to use your skills on the job. If you have extensive screen experience, you might choose to write a resume summary to showcase your acting history, skills or awards. 5. List acting roles in reverse-chronological order

What should I write on my Kids audition resume?

  • Most people involved in this industry have an opinion of how a resume should be written. Regardless of what you hear or read, as a child, your kids audition resume must be considerate of your safety first. You should always, always, consult with an adult before giving out any personal information.

How to set up columns on an audition resume?

  • Please check our audition resume template for an example of how to set up the columns. Your name goes first. It should be BOLD and in the center of the line. Legibility of the information is key. This means no strange fonts and no strange alignments of the layout (see the Sample Audition Resume Template for a good example).

Where can I get my audition resume printed?

  • 1) You can have your audition resume professionally printed on the back of your Headshot. Usually these are printed in fairly large quantities. It has become cheaper these days to have Resumes and Headshots professionally printed so may want to check into this.

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