“Talent finds its way only if it is presented in the correct way in front of your target audience,” says Peter Salzano, a renowned voice actor and a blogger. One such important medium to present your talent is your resume even in the case of professions like voice acting.
One single detail missing or written incorrectly on your voiceover resume can reduce your chance of being selected or reached out. Some common mistakes in a voiceover resume are the wrong phone number, email and spelling errors.
In this post, Peter Salzano has shared 14 important things that should be a part of your voiceover resume. Take a look at these points shared and see if you follow this or not:
- Name and Contact Information with a reference no. in case you are unable to receive the call
- Add your branding aspects and logo
- Mention your union status
- Add a photo
- Make it clear in the resume about the genres you provide services for
- If you have any representatives, add details about them with contact details
- You can add your voiceover credits like promos, video games, radio imaging categories
- Give details about the equipment you have in your studio
- Highlight your source-connect and of cause your equipment
- Give details about any coaching and training that you have done related to voice acting
- If you have a special accent, dialect, and if you know different languages put them all in your resume
- Add special accolades and notable achievements if any
- Extend an invitation to connect to your official profiles on LinkedIn, or other social platforms or job finding websites
- Give a brief about yourself
These are the top 14 things that a voiceover resume must have to make it complete and attractive. Peter Salzano says “resumes have become important as nowadays finding a job has shifted online.” So do spend time on creating your resume to put a positive impression on the person reading it.