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  • 8 Things to NOT Do With Your Acting Résumé

    So what’s so hard about writing an acting résumé? It’s a single piece of paper that lists all your credits and training in a format that every actor knows. The process is simple, like making a ham sandwich, but you guys are always screwing it up.
    Well, the madness stops now. I’ve been keeping a stack of defective résumés under my desk, and this is the week I drag them out so I can share some of the irritating issues I’m constantly seeing. And I’m going to make it easy. Instead of telling you what to do, I’m going to tell you what not to do:
    DON’T use a paper clip to attach the résumé to your headshot—they’ll end up separated, just like Honey Boo Boo’s parents. (Am I the only one who didn’t see that coming?)
    DON’T write “experienced actor” under your name when you have no professional credits.
    DON’T forget to include your contact information. I’m always stunned when actors hand me pictures and résumés with no phone numbers or email addresses on them. This level of stupidity is mind-boggling. But who knows? Maybe that behavior is the manifestation of a deep-rooted,

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