Posts tagged billing

Extra Work on an Acting Resumé

Dear Bonnie Gillespie: I have a question about my acting resumé that I’m putting together. I’ve done featured extra work on several high-profile television shows in New York and I’ve had family members and even…

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Starter Resumé

This week, I’m going to address the issue of the “starter resumé.” Even beginners need a resumé, but what do you put on one when you haven’t done anything yet? This email from the parent…

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What Was My Billing?

Hey Bonnie, I’m a Florida actor, and I recently booked a role on the Lifetime show Drop Dead Diva. I’m flying to Georgia for a shoot tomorrow, and I’m actually reading your column on my…

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Actor Resumé Questions

One of the major reasons for choosing this week’s column topic (outside of having just done the workshop at SAG) was that my inbox is always bursting with resumé-related questions. Here are some of them!…

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Resumé Feng Shui

Last week I conducted a resumé workshop at SAG and the good folks at iActor decided it was filled with such essential information that they taped it and will be distributing it to the SAG…

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Quick-Answer Actor Questions

So, it’s time once again for a bunch of quick-answer questions. Woo hoo! Hi Bonnie, Thanks for all you great columns; I’ve taken quite a bit of advice from them. My question is about website…

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Quick Fixes

So, as you may have heard, I’m producing the first ever Cricket Feet Casting Actors Showcase right now. This is a LOT of work. And I am learning so much. I love it! Every day…

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Billing Revisited

Wow! I had no idea, when I penned last week’s column on BILLING, that it would strike such a collective nerve! I heard you, readers. I got your emails. You have questions about billing, even…

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Billing

Creative interpretations of billing are common on actors’ resumés. Certainly, there are variations from market to market, but the standard for Los Angeles actors’ resumés is pretty clear. Regardless of where you started, once you…

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