Earn $1,600 for a Tequila Commercial + More Acting Jobs Near Hollywood

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Every week, we update this roundup to include gigs that are trending in California. From casting calls in Los Angeles to projects hiring in the Bay Area, we’ve found the best offerings looking for talent now. This week includes a short film about an unlikely romance and a commercial for a tequila brand. Check out our full list of L.A. casting and beyond to learn more and apply. Also, be sure to bookmark this page for future open casting calls in California and other opportunities.

Tequila Commercial

A digital commercial for a tequila brand wants male talent with comedy skills, aged 25–27 and 5’9” or shorter. The production wants Latino talent for one role, and Black or white talent for a second role. Shooting is Oct. 5–6 in Los Angeles, California. Talent will be paid $500 per day for a 2-day shoot, plus a $600 buyout in perpetuity.

Want this gig? Apply here.

“Footsie”

The short film “Footsie,” the story of an unlikely romance, wants talent. The production is looking for male talent, aged 20–27, to play the nerdy Vince, female talent, aged 50–60, to play the confident Deborah, and female talent, aged 20–27, to play Kate, a sweet art student with a wow-worthy wardrobe. Shooting is Oct. 21–23 in Los Angeles, California. Talent will be paid $216 per day, plus meals.

Want this gig? Apply here.

Smart Home Brand

A commercial for a smart home brand is seeking talent. The production wants multiethnic female and male talent, aged 40–45, to play a wife and husband interacting with their smart devices, and white or multiethnic male talent, aged 30–40, to play a delivery person. Shooting is in Los Angeles, California. Talent will be paid a $500 session fee, plus a $1,500 two-year buyout.

Want this gig? Apply here.

“Let’s Meet Halfway”

The feature film “Let’s Meet Halfway” is seeking female voiceover talent, aged 18–70. The drama is about a long distance couple that meet once a month in a rural town. Talent will play the front desk receptionist at a small town motel. Shooting is late Sept.–early Oct. in Los Angeles, California. Talent will be paid $100 for a 2-hour recording session.

Want this gig? Apply here.

“Phone It In”

The music video “Phone It In,” a modern take on the film “Sunset Boulevard,” wants white female talent, aged 50–70. Talent will play Lady Hollywood, a world-weary movie star from a bygone era. Rehearsals and shooting are in early October in West Hollywood, California. Talent will be paid $200 for a 10-hour shoot.

Want this gig? Apply here.

“Final Video”

The psychological thriller short film “Final Video” is looking for talent. The production wants Asian or white male talent with dance and stage combat skills, aged 25–35 and 5’8” tall, to play the engineer David, Asian or white female talent with dance and stage combat skills, aged 25–35 and 5’6”–5’9” tall, to play Jodie, an accountant, plus more. Shooting is mid-October in Los Angeles, California. Talent will be paid $250–$350 per day. Auditions are by appointment on October 7 in Torrance, California.

Want this gig? Apply here.

Spokeswoman for Corporate Explainer Video

A corporate explainer video is looking for female talent, aged 27–42, to play a spokesperson. Shooting is the first week of October in the Bay Area of California. Talent will be paid $300 for a 5-hour shoot.

Want this gig? Apply here.

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