Casting Director & Agent Labels
Don’t you hate updating labels? Tracking down casting directors or agents, making sure they’re address is up to date or even driving to the bookstore to buy the actual labels?
Well, look no more. Now you can get up-to-date and accurate labels right here!
Download these PDF/Word mailing labels directly to your computer to quickly and easily send your headshot and resume to agents or casting directors that are currently casting.
Stop wasting time:
Up to date and accurate!
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Casting Director Labels - Updated April 13th!
Currently Casting Spreadsheet - Not Available At This Time
Commercial Casting Directors - Updated February 22nd!
|Theatrical Agent Labels – Updated February 22nd!
Description: The latest theatrical agency labels.
|Commercial Agent Labels – Updated February 22nd!
Description: The latest commercial agency labels.
|Voice Over Agent Labels – Updated February 22nd!
Description: The latest Voice Over agent labels.
| Casting Director Labels - Updated April 13th!
Description: Labels of shows & films that are currently casting.
|Currently Casting Spreadsheet – Not Available At This Time
Description: This spreadsheet is included in the Casting Director Labels download but now offered as a separate product! This is a list of film & TV projects that are currently casting in New York City. Click here for an example.
|Agent Labels (Commercial & Theatrical) – Updated February 22nd!
Description: The latest agent labels.
New Policy! If you purchase our labels and we update them within 5 days after your purchase date, we’ll send you the new ones for free!
Important INFO for all Adobe PDF labels: You can easily print these on any Avery 8160 address labels (or for a cheaper option, generic label versions are also available at Staples or Office Depot).
Print them out on a regular sheet of paper first and make sure they line up correctly. If not, in the Adobe PDF file, go to File, Print. Look for Page Scaling and make sure it’s set to: None