July 14, 2006, Newsletter Issue #24: A Small, Powerful Acting Resume

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Donít be afraid if your acting resumes seems sparse. A small but powerful resume can be very convincing. Each item in your resume should stand alone and leave no questions as to what your role was, what the production was, and where. Your work should be credible, which will help to develop an image of you as an actor. You won't have a lot of experience to list at first, but your resume will evolve with your career, changing as you develop more experience.

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