How to Make an Acting Resume!!

HEYYY. (: So you all have been requesting this video for a while, so I hope it’s helpful to those that have been wanting it! Making a resume from scratch can be tricky, but don’t fear! Today I teach you how to do it! (:

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“My goal has always been not to look forward to the next thing, but to relish and celebrate the successes I have at the moment. Whether it’s landing a part in a student film or having a good day in acting class, I never discredit anything” ~Dianna Agron




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29 thoughts on “How to Make an Acting Resume!!”

  1. Hi! Thank you so much for making this video, it was extremely helpful! I just had a couple of questions, if that's okay:
    1) So, I have dyed hair. How would I classify this on the résumé? Would I put my original hair color, then add my dyed hair in parenthesis? Or vise versa?

    2) Is there a specific way that you have to "type" yourself? I'm usually the, "dark, creepy teen/antagonist." Would it be acceptable to put that on the résumé or…?


  2. And yes plays do count. What I always do is just put "experience" and then under that just put like "Wizard of Ozz | Theatre" and then like the part or something because it does still is acting experience and it shows that you are practicing and have experience and that's what they look for it does not have to be on-camera

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