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Production: 'Mirror's Image' Pilot (See all 21 roles)

Walter Leighton (Lead)

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Production Details

Casting the pilot episode of "Mirror's Image" a scripted series that takes a look into the epidemic of bullying/cyber bullying in schools.

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Seeking

Male, ages 21-25, African Descent, African American

Role Description

Walter Leighton: (Lead) to play 17, average teenager in looks, height, weight, etc.; martial arts a plus, but not a must, training will be provided; requires nudity - silhouette will be shown for a shower scene.

Nudity

Yes

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Walter Leighton Sides

SIDES: Walter reliving the day his mom and best friend died. As he tells the story to Jessica.

WALTER
Oh, you’re waiting for
me to-- we had just
gotten our report cards.
I get A’s and B’s so
that’s not a story, but
Nate got one D, and
if you know Nate get-
ting only one D on his
report card is a big
deal. My mom was so
proud of him. When
she got home from work
she took us out to din-
ner and we got to see
the midnight showing
of-- I can’t remember
what we saw. I remem-
ber on the way home
my mom saying, “put
your seatbelt on, put
your seatbelt on, Wal-
ter put your seatbelt
on.” I didn’t put my
seatbelt on. What was
the name of the movie.
We get outside of my
neighborhood and a car
runs a red light and
crashes into us.
I go flying through the
window and hit the
street. I broke my col-
larbone, leg, and got a
concussion. My mom died
instantly. Nate died a
week later from compli-
cations, so not a cat.
And that’s not the
worst part of it.
I lost my father to
drugs, so I know death
happens. What pisses
me off is my stepfather
signing a contract waiv-
er that gets me a lit-
tle money now and a lot
of money when I turn
eighteen, for any physi-
cal and emotional damage,
but prevents me from
telling anybody who was
responsible for killing
my mom and best friend,
or I face jail time.
Ain’t that a bitch.
You’ll probably pass
Nate’s little brother in
these halls so many
times and he won’t even
know who you are, be-
cause everybody settled,
and nobody went to court.
All so your boyfriend’s
brother can keep being a
football star.
And what else pisses me
off is that I know you
weren’t driving the car
that crashed into us.
I was concussed, but
I know what I saw--