There are plenty of great opportunities for young talent seeking auditions this week. A series pilot is looking for female talent for the lead role, a Mother’s Day commercial wants kids with their moms, the ID Network needs actors for supporting roles, and more!
The ID Network series “Shattered” needs talent for supporting roles. The production needs white female talent, aged 13–18, with light brown hair and blue eyes, black male talent, aged 8–13, with a medium build, black or Hispanic/Latina female talent, aged 12–16, with an average build, and more. Shooting will take place in New York City from April 30–May 2. All roles are paid. Apply here!
“THE LOST BOOK”
A scene for a series pilot needs white, Hispanic/Latina, or multiracial female talent, aged 11–17, for a leading role. “The Lost Book” follows a girl searching for her missing grandfather by investigating his book collection. The pilot shoots in Great Neck, New York this spring. Talent will be paid $300 plus travel. Apply here!
MOTHER’S DAY CAMPAIGN
An online themed campaign for Mother’s Day needs kids and their real-life moms. The production is looking for kids, aged 5–12, with moms, aged 30–50. Families with twins are encouraged to apply. Shooting is scheduled on April 25. Talent will be paid $250. Apply here!
A feature-length film needs talent for supporting roles. “Nemesis” is a psychological thriller murder-mystery. The production is looking for white male talent, aged 7–10, white female talent, aged 12–15, and female talent, aged 8–12. Scenes rehearse and shoot in June in Boulder City, Nevada. Talent will be paid $150 per day with paid travel for those traveling from Los Angeles. Apply here!
The Comedy Central series “Robbie” needs male and female talent for background roles. The show stars Harry Alexander and Beau Bridges and follows an over-zealous church-league basketball coach chasing his father’s coaching legacy. Shooting takes place in Atlanta, Georgia from April to June. Talent will be paid $74.80 per eight hours. Apply here!
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