Ready for ‘The Walking Dead: The Ones Who Live’? Apply to These Gigs

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Fans of “The Walking Dead” universe mark your calendars. On Feb. 25, the latest installment of the franchise premieres on AMC. “The Walking Dead: The Ones Who Live” stars Andrew Lincoln, Danai Gurira, and Pollyanna McIntosh, all reprising their roles from the original series. If you’re looking for a horror project of your own, consider auditioning for these gigs in need of talent right now.

“The House Before Us”

A nonunion horror feature film is casting for its fall shoot in Atlanta. Production seeks a lead male actor, aged 20–27, to play Josh. The role pays $125 per day for an estimated 18 days of work.

Want this gig? Apply here.

“Your Husband Was a Good Man”

A horror short film is casting for its March 10–12 shoot in Owensboro, Kentucky. Production seeks a lead male actor, aged 28–34, to play Will Cassidy. The role pays $100–$200 per day for an estimated three days of work.

Want this gig? Apply here.

“Nemesis”

A nonunion experimental horror feature film is casting for its April shoot in Los Angeles. Production seeks a lead female actor, aged 18–25, to play Annie and a lead male actor, aged 25–30, to play Jack. Both roles pay $250 per day for an estimated 12 days of work.

Want this gig? Apply here.

“Familiar Spirits” 

A horror student film is casting for its upcoming shoot in Savannah, Georgia. Production is looking for a lead female actor, aged 45–75, to play Ruth and a lead female actor, aged 45–75, to play Naomi. Both roles pay a flat rate of $500–$750 for an estimated 72 hours of work. 

Want this gig? Apply here.

“Mayhem”

A nonunion horror feature film is casting for its June shoot in and around Knoxville, Tennessee. Production is filling multiple roles, including a lead female actor, aged 18–26, to play Brandi, a lead female actor, aged 18–26, to play Krystal, and a lead female actor, aged 18–26, to play C.J. All listed roles pay a flat rate of $1,200 for an unspecified duration of time.

Want this gig? Apply here.

Dying for more? Check out all of Backstage’s horror film listings here!

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