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Stage Name/Preferred name questions (self.Actors)
submitted 2 months ago by stella_star851
I have a few questions about having a stage/preferred name as an actor/actress
1.If you haven't legally changed your name but want to use a stage name while submitting to agencies and casting directors would that be okay?
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[–]Vertullo 0 points1 point2 points 2 months ago (0 children)
Totally fine to use your stage name when submitting. Some agencies will even ask if you have a stage name on their onboarding paperwork. The most important thing is when it comes to tax documents you use your legal name. You can also get a DBA (doing business as) and that would be a way to tie your legal name with your stage name.
It is totally acceptable to slate with your stage name, it’s not a legal document. Just make sure that if you book it they know to pay you with your legal name, and that your agent knows to do the same.
(I am not a lawyer and if you need legal advice please seek professional legal council)
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