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An acting resume for theatre and film is essential for landing parts or talent agents. A resume shows the director, casting director or agent that you are working on your career, that you are organized and have good work habits. It also gives these people the chance to check up on your references like with any job. Directors need to know who you are, what you have done, and who you have worked with. The resume is their tool for knowing you a little bit better.

As you can see by clicking on this example, the acting resume format is simple.

Coming to the big city with your acting resume in appropriate shape will help you avoid being flagged as a newbie before you get in the room. “Remember,” says Turi, “you only get one shot to make a first impression. Make it count.”


The basic acting resume format is made of four parts:

Here are a couple of acting tips on things to avoid when you write your acting resume:

Obviously, if your child is just starting out, you don’t have any professional experience to list on the resume. So, if you only list professional experience on an actor resume, and your child has none, then do you even need to create a resume for your child?