July 6, 2007, Newsletter Issue #72: Acting Resume Content

Tip of the Week

A well-formed acting resume is important to your acting career. Be discerning when writing your resume. Include only items that highlight and enhance your experience and strengths as an actor. Your resume should allow your auditor to see what kind of roles you have played in the past, and help them to envision the kinds of roles you will play in the future. Your details should be accurate and well-placed. Provide just enough information; a crowded page will only hurt your chances.

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