It’s never too early to celebrate Christmas, especially if you’re getting paid for it! Join the cast of “Christmas Everlasting,” starring Patti LaBelle and Tatyana Ali, by playing Christmas party guests in background roles. Plus, a debate talk show is hiring hosts, background actors are wanted for an upcoming feature film, and a ramen commercial needs supporting actors.
Join the cast of “Christmas Everlasting,” starring Patti LaBelle and Tatyana Ali in a story about a lawyer who is forced to return to her small hometown when her sister passes away. Talent, aged 18 and older, is needed to portray Christmas party patrons. Filming will take place on Oct. 5 in Atlanta, Georgia. Pay is $75 for eight hours of work. Apply here!
“THE AFRICAN MILLENNIALS” - SEASON 3 AUDITIONS (DEBATE TALK SHOW)
“The African Millennials,” a debate talk show, is now casting talk show hosts, aged 25–35. Filming will take place on dates TBD in New York City. Pay is also TBD. Apply here!
Background casting is underway for the upcoming feature film “Bad Education.” Actors, aged 18–26, who look around 18 years old are wanted to portray high school students in the film. Shooting will take place tentatively on Oct. 3 in the NYC area. Pay is TBD. Apply here!
A promotional commercial highlighting a new Ramen Noodle Bowl Kit is casting actors. Talent, aged 5–55, is wanted for three supporting roles in the commercial. Filming will take place on Sept. 29 in West Hills, California. Pay is $50 for the day. Apply here!
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