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Learn how to manually add your acting credits to your actor website. This video will show you how to fill in your project title, director information and production company. Chose the proper project type, whether it's a short film, music video or a commercial, you can specify it as such. List your billing for each project - there's a distinction between film and TV. For all the premium members, feel free to upload your artwork to each project and it will be display alongside your project info on certain templates.

Projects: Your Projects ENLARGE

list help Projects: Your Projects

This may be the biggest part of your website. In here you should add the list of all the projects that you were a part of. We recommend adding all projects, no matter how small. If you do not want the project to show on your website, you can always hide it, but if you then want to build a resume with an option to show this project, you will be able to do so. Populate all fields to the best of your ability, but if you do not know something, just leave it blank. The only mandatory fields are "Title / Role", "Project" and "Dates", but we recommend at least adding director's name and the category of the project.

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