Actor Employment Agreement - Loanout agreement for SAG Actor

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This Actors Employment Agreement (Loan Out Form to Employ SAG Actor) is between a producer, lender and an actor in which the producer hires the actor to work on a motion picture through a loan-out company. This form is for use in your state and is available for immediate download.

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This Actor’s Employment Agreement (Loan-Out Form To Employ SAG Actor) is between a producer, a lender and an employee/actor. This agreement is for use by a producer to hire an actor to work on a motion picture through the actor’s loan out company (lender). The agreement sets forth the role the actor will play, the services the actor will render, the compensation paid to both the actor and the lender and any pre-or-post-production services which may be required. This form also contains an Inducement Letter which is signed by the actor. It is crucial that this type of Actor’s Employment Agreement be memorialized in writing in the event there are future disagreements or misunderstandings between the parties.

This Actor’s Employment Agreement (Loan-Out Form to Employ SAG Actor) includes the following:
  • Parties: Sets out the name of the producer, the lender and the actor/employee;
  • Engagement: The role the actor will portray and the name of the motion picture;
  • Start Date: The start date and any required rehearsals and pre-production services;
  • Compensation: The rate of guaranteed and additional compensation paid to the Lender;
  • Signatures: The producer and lender must sign the agreement.

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This attorney-prepared packet contains:
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State Law Compliance: This form complies with the laws of your state
Number of Pages12
DimensionsDesigned for Letter Size (8.5" x 11")
EditableYes (.doc, .wpd and .rtf)
UsageUnlimited number of prints
Product number#28053
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