Actor Website Design

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As actors, we all need a website. Yeah, we have an IMDB page and an Actors Access profile but we all need our own space on the web. Something that shows casting directors and agents (even family and friends) what makes us unique and will help promote your career.

As an actor, I know exactly what you need when it comes to creating a website to showcase your career. From a custom design, headshot galleries, demo reels and social media integration, we can make a website that is uniquely you.

Website Examples

Custom Made Websites

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Cathy Irons Actress Website
Christopher Rob Bowen's Website
Samia Akudo Website
Dan-Franko-Website
Alexa-alemanni-website

As casting director Heidi Levitt said when I interviewed her:

“I think that [actors] still have to really work hard to distinguish yourself but I think as an actor today, you can utilize all of these different tools and try and get yourself out there. You know somebody sending me a fantastic website, that’s really going to be helpful. The problem is most actors still haven’t sort of caught up with what they can do with that technology today. It’s hard. I understand. A lot of people have websites but they are not good. I would rather see something that’s good. Something that shows who you are rather than this glitzy, over fluffed up picture and then a website that looks really cheesy.”

Each site we create will be custom designed for you and only you!

Custom Website Design Pricing

As an actor, I also know how little money we tend to have so I’ve tried to price my websites so it won’t kill you and your bank account. The pricing below is for our custom made actor websites.

Only $450!

5 page site (Home, Demo, Resume, Headshots Gallery, Contact)

** $300 Down Payment is Required **

Also included: I’ll also help and guide you into getting your domain name, cheap site hosting and showing you how to add updates to your actor website.

If you need more pages and something more added, let us know and we can work on the price. 

One thing we won’t do: Add Music. Why? Casting Directors and Agents want to see your site. Most want to see it quickly and have it easily accessible. Imagine a casting director opening your site in a quiet office, they pull it up and your favorite song blasts through their speakers. They’ll hit exit faster than you can imagine.

Even if you don’t choose our designs, I suggest you stay away from companies that you have to pay a monthly (non-hosting) fee. Those sites, you don’t own anything. No graphics or designs. Which means if you want to move to another company, you have to start from scratch.

If you’re interested in talking about a new actors website (or even if you want to update the one you have now), get in touch with the contact form below!


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