An Actor Offer Letter is a firm offer, and if accepted, results in a binding agreement between the parties. If the offer of employment is on a pay or play basis, then the producer is obliged to compensate the actor regardless of whether the project goes into production. Producers need to be careful in making offers because a contract is formed upon acceptance and the offeror is bound by its terms.
A firm offer is one that includes the material (i.e., important) terms. The essential terms for artist employment agreements would include the start date of the motion picture, the compensation, and the credit to be given the artist. It is good practice to include an expiration date in an offer so that the artist cannot accept the offer months later -- after the Producer has assumed the actor has declined the offer and the Producer has employed someone else. An offer, if accepted, will typically be followed by a more detailed employment agreement.
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