July 7, 2006, Newsletter Issue #23: Being Truthful on Your Acting Resume

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Only include truthful information in your resume for acting. The industry is big, but it isnít that big. Chances are that the person interviewing you knows someone who knows someone who knows all of your previous work. A little lie told early on can become a huge problem later. No one expects a young actor to have a stellar resume. In the end, it is your audition/interview that will land you that job. Remember, a small, credible resume is much more effective than a large one padded with lies.

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