An entertainer usually gets paid to amuse people with words or performances and musical acts. In order for him/her to get placement in a job position, he requires a resume, though he may also be asked to do a jig on occasion.
The resume should basically mention what he/she is good at and hint on his experience, if any. He should also be a responsible, disciplined and focused person.
Below is a sample entertainment resume. This will be helpful for you in writing resumes for music entertainment jobs, entertainment manager jobs, event manager jobs, etc.
Sample Entertainment Resume
4th Griffin Street
Mobile No: +1 33 11 55
Telephone No: +1 66 77 77
To make the best out of myself as an entertainer by trying out new stunts and skills of making people laugh and be amazed by my performance.
Read more to develop my sense of humor, perfect my act and hopefully one day appear on a show that showcases budding talents
2006 – 2009: Entertainment Manager, Scarlett Hotel Los Angeles
- In charge of all performing acts and entertainment schedules
- Organizing the security and equipment for the hotel shows
- Managing matters backstage during and after performances
- Performed magic acts on occasion
2004 – 2005: Magician/Assistant Manager, the Millay Circus
- Organizing circus adverts
- Performing as a magician
- Preparing stage props
- Managing performers
2000 – 2003: Diploma, Performing Arts, Dean School of Music and the Arts
1998 – 1999: Trained as a magician at the Columbus Arts Centre, Awarded a certificate of participation
Available on request