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How to Make your Resume Stand Out

How to Make your Resume Stand Out - The process of getting acting jobs is always a matter of getting noticed and making a good impression. The humble paper resume is no exception to this rule. While the audition is always the biggest defining factor in whether or not an actor gets a role, a good resume can be vital in order to even get an audition in the first place. Therefore, it's important to take the time to make sure your resume stands out.

List your stage name prominently (if you use one) in a well labeled and in an easy-to-spot location.

Be concise and straightforward. List relevant facts about your career without editorial comment or attempts to impress through persuasion. Listing facts in an objective manner is not only the most professional way to write a resume, it sends the message that you are confident that the details about your career, and eventually, your audition, can speak for themselves.

How to Make your Resume Stand Out

Select highlights of your work. Once you've been acting for long enough, you won't be able to fit everything on one page (or describe all of it even if it does fit). Therefore, when you have to decide what makes the cut. In some cases, it's best to list the most recent experience, such as times when you want to show that you've been working steadily. On the other hand, you may opt for listing your best roles, rather than your most recent, based on such factors as prestige, appropriateness for the current audition, or displaying your diversity as an actor.

Read more: How to Make Your Acting Resume Stand Out | eHow.com http://www.ehow.com/how_4883054_make-acting-resume-stand-out.html#ixzz19xUGTnK1

How to Make your Resume Stand Out

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