Is it ok to put this on a beginners acting resume?
is it ok to put that im semi-fluent in spanish on an acting resume?? and should i write how many years ive taken dance classes or played soccer? examples of resumes would help too! thanks :)
when i say semi-fluent i mean i took 6 years of spanish.. it was elementary school tho so they dont teach you a lot. i just got out of middle school so i remember a majority of it. i couldnt carry on a conversation or translate (well some stuff i could..) or anything but if you gave me a script with spanish i could pronounce the words right and everything.. thanks again!
I agree in part with answer # 1, but I can't imagine that it matters, in any negative sense to any casting director or company, regarding what languages you might be learning. Yes... Include it. I think SEMI FLUENT should be re-thought and not worded as such. That should be included in a cover letter however, not on the resume, other than as included in the education section somehow.
Here is a basic outline of a resume:
You put the Spanish and the soccer under Special Skills. You put the dance under training and you break it down by what type, not how long.
Being semi-fluent in foreign languages is impressive to some casting directors, but not all. dancing is a BIG plus. sports usually arent very important. you should also put how long youve been in acting classes, plays that you've done, what types of modeling you've done [if any], or talent shows.
yea, thats fine. you should see my sister, she hit random notes on the piano for ten minutes and put she played the piano on her resuma, that is not fair.
put the dance classes, because that could be advantage with musicals. but don't put the other stuff, it just makes you seem unprofessional.
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