Exactly What You Need on a Résumé—And How to Format It

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Before you get an audition or even an agent, you need something to put on the back of your headshot—a résumé! But if you’re just starting out, knowing what to include and what to leave out (that community theater production of “Nunsense”?) can be daunting. Backstage Expert and acting coach Matt Newton breaks down what to put on a résumé and exactly how to format it.

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Matt Newton
Matt Newton is one of the most sought-after on-camera acting coaches in New York City. His clients include Tony winners, Emmy award winners, Golden Globe nominees, and well-known actors from film and TV.
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