Posting an acting resume on your website will highlight your talents and help you to find work. Acting resumes should include every performance, commercial or screenplay that you have been involved in, rather your part was big or small. Include any other acting-related work you have experience with, including stage makeup, lighting and special effects or filming. If you have taken any theatre or acting classes in high school, college or at an acting school, include this information on your acting resume. You should also consider adding a list of references to your resume. These references could be other actors or actresses you have shared the stage with, producers or directors you have worked with and instructors who have taught you.
In addition to adding a resume to your website, you should consider posting regularly on a blog. Keep your viewers updated on any work you are currently doing, the locations of this work and big-name actors or directors you are working with. Interesting and informative blog posts will make you seem more personable to your readers and will give them an idea about your day-to-day life as an actor. Posting cast photos can also be a fun addition to your website.