Every Actor Needs a Website

Whether you’re just starting out in the biz or have been acting for years, having a website is critical when so many casting directors are looking online for talent. Yes, you have social media accounts, but they leave your information scattered around the web – photos on Instagram, videos on YouTube or Vimeo, your latest performances on Facebook.

You need a single online destination where you can send directors, booking agents and potential new management. A place for your headshots, reel(s), bio and resume. A website that works as hard as you do to land that next role. That’s why our websites for actors and actresses include everything you need to promote yourself online and showcase your talents.

Our Actor Websites Include:

  • Homepage
  • Bio page
  • Resume page
  • Headshots gallery page
  • Reel(s) page
  • Contact page
  • Social media links

Optional Add-On Services:

  • Blog
  • Instagram feed
  • Twitter Feed
  • Monthly maintenance plan
  • Ongoing website management
  • Business cards

Websites
for
Actors

from$495

Domain registration and hosting costs not included.

Actor Websites That Look the Part

Many actors and actresses go the do-it-yourself route when it comes to building a website. Solutions like Wix and Squarespace aren’t bad options, but they can look amateur if not done right. And let’s face it, you’d rather spend your time running lines than running your own website.

Our actor websites are perfect for the busy performer. They include all your essential information, presented in a sleek, clean design that makes your photography and videos the starring role. And, your website will look great on computers, tablets and mobile devices.

Whether you prefer the stage or screen, improv or drama, our websites for actors will give you a professional web presence that can grow with your career. We do all the setup for you and can even handle ongoing updates for a small monthly fee. Plus, we offer flexible pricing plans to meet your budget.

Contact us today to get started.

“It’s not really about the movie business, it’s about staying in the picture.”
– Robert Evans