June 29, 2007, Newsletter Issue #71: Acting Resume Format

Tip of the Week

Want to land an acting job? Follow these basic resume rules: Your resume should never be more than one page long. The resume should be stapled to and trimmed to fit the headshot, or even better, printed directly to the back of your photo. Don't staple clippings or reviews to your resume, they will just get in the way. You should have an email address created just for your acting resume. Never make the font on your resume smaller than 10pt. It is difficult to read in any situation, whether it's in a well-lit office or a darkened theater.

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