Name. It’s common to use the name that someone’s reputation is based on as it might get recognized by the employer, the people giving the references and be found on the Internet.
Contact information. The information needed might depend of the position that the resume is for. Generally, applicants will have their complete current address on their resume. Adding a phone or cellphone number is a common practice. Many people add an email address, however a professional address might be more favorable than a personal email address, especially non-serious emails as they might seem unprofessional.
Current position. Certain people also add the position they are applying for or the positions they normally work as.
Website. Adding a website might be advised if the website would add to the application by showcasing or adding more information about the person. Not every position might need a website as certain position do not require more than what the resume shows.
Agent or Agency information. For some position, such as actors, adding the agent or agency representing the person might be a useful piece of information for the employer. Agent or Agency contact information could include contact numbers, emails, address and website.
Union information. Certain positions are restricted to union members and resumes not showing such information might be rejected. The name of the union is generally all that is need but someone could also include the membership city.