How Do You Make A Professional Acting Resume?
If you are pursuing acting professionally, you absolutely need a resume. You can use the same professional acting resume for any audition, whether it is a commercial, theatrical, film or television audition. Your professional acting resume should be attached to the back of your 8×10 headshot. Open Word or a similar program on your computer and create a new document. Type your name in large, bold letters at the top of the page. Your name should be either centered in the middle of the page or on the left. List any union affiliations, such as SAG (Screen Actors Guild), AFTRA (American Federation of Television and Radio Artists) and AEA (Actors’ Equity Association), underneath your name. Place your agency’s contact information to the right or left of your name and unions. Most agencies will have a sticker or template you can use that includes their name, logo, address, phone and fax numbers and email address. If you do not have an agent, you should list your personal contact information. P