Aug 15, 2018 - 11:45 AM
Of course, you should start your page with your name and contact information. Place this prominently, so hiring managers can easily match your name to the glossy photo you'll attach. Next, quickly provide casting directors and hiring personnel with some of your best qualities. Do you have an impressive role in your repertoire? Have other actors and show personnel found you easy to work with? After the summary, pack your skills section with talents, such as your ability to sing or speak another language.
Of course, your ability to read and communicate are vital to your success. Try to put your abilities into action in your accomplishments and experience section. Combine your achievements with specific numbers and results to improve the impact of your work. For example, were you able to memorize your lines within a short period of time? Specify how many lines and how quickly you memorized them. How many instruments can you play? How many languages do you speak? Note down the percentage of increased audience participation you generated.
Complete your resume with a concise education section and include any credentials or volunteer opportunities pertinent to the position you want to get. Look for more resume-writing tips here.