June 15, 2007, Newsletter Issue #69: Acting Resumes and Your Experience

Tip of the Week

The experience section of your resume should highlight the primary roles that you have played. When considering what to include and what to leave out, here are a few tips: List your lead or featured theater, film and television roles in separate sections. Don't list your roles as an extra. Refrain from listing any non-speaking roles, even if they are primary roles. Only include work that you feel best represents you as an actor.

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