Netflix, Prime Video, and Other Major Streamers Need Talent Now

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Major streamers, such as HBO and Netflix, are producing must-watch television series on a regular basis. From “Succession” and “Euphoria” to “Stranger Things” and “Wednesday,” there’s no shortage of critically acclaimed shows being watched—and being talked about. Do you hope to one day star in a hit series? Now is your chance to join a major project by auditioning for one of these gigs. From award winners to new series, here’s our roundup of HBO, Netflix, and more great gigs looking for talent.

A24 Feature Film: “The Materialists”

The A24 feature film “The Materialists” is seeking background talent, including kids aged 9–13, to play both wedding guests and featured wedding party roles. The production also wants a real couple, aged 25–45, with an artsy and down-to-Earth vibe to portray a couple getting married. Shooting is May 22–23 in New Paltz, New York. Talent will be paid $208 for an 8-hour shoot.

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Scripted Show: “Hooked” 

The scripted series “Hooked” is looking for talent. The psychological thriller is about a woman from a corrupt spy agency who joins forces with a kidnap victim’s father. The production wants Latina or white female talent, aged 23–29, to play Anastasia, the beautiful sister of a deceased spy who is determined to see justice. Shooting is for an estimated 10 days this summer, with dates and locations TBD. Talent will be paid $500 per day.

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Feature Film: “Wurtzle Brothers”

The feature film “Wurtzle Brothers” wants background talent, aged 18 and up, to portray 1960s churchgoers. Fittings are in Jersey City, New Jersey, with shooting on May 29 in the Tri-state area. Talent will be paid $208 per 8-hour shoot, plus $52 for a 2-hour fitting.

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Limited Series: “Walking Enigmas”

The limited series “Walking Enigmas” is looking for talent. Based on the book of the same name, the crime drama is about a man on a mission to save New Orleans from corruption. The production wants Black male talent, aged 35–40, to play the protagonist, Black or multiethnic female talent, aged 23–32, to play the love interest, plus more. Shooting starts July 13 in New Orleans, Louisiana. Talent will be paid $250 per 8-hour day.

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Hulu: “Baywatch” Documentary

A Hulu documentary about the hit 90s series “Baywatch” needs talent. The production is looking for fit white female talent with blonde hair, aged 18–30, who look like either Pamela Anderson or Erika Eleniak, fit white male talent, aged 25–45, who look like David Hasselhoff, plus more. Talent must be comfortable running on the beach and appearing in a swimsuit. Shooting is this June in the Los Angeles, California area. Talent will be paid $200 for an 8-hour shoot.

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Feature Film: “Wishes Sink In Man Made Lakes”

The feature film “Wishes Sink In Man Made Lakes” is looking for talent. The story is about a pair of trans teens who run away together and take refuge in an old cheap theater. The production is looking for a Latinx trans woman, aged 16–20, to play the shy and pensive Angel, and a BIPOC trans woman, aged 16–20, to play the charismatic yet self-doubting Mayari. Shooting is this August in Arizona. Talent will be paid an estimated $2,717 per week.

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Feature Film: “Galactic”

The feature film “Galactic” wants talent. The film is from the producers of “Soller’s Point” and “Strawberry Mansion” and is about a gang of misfits preparing for the apocalypse, unaware an enemy has infiltrated their group. The production wants white women, either cis or trans, or gender-nonconforming talent, aged 30–55, to play a professor, white male talent, aged 40–70, to play a preacher, plus more. Shooting is in late 2024 in Baltimore, Maryland. Talent will be paid an estimated $750 per day, plus travel and accommodations.

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Streaming Feature: “A Violent World”

The streaming feature film “A Violent World,” a crime-themed action story, needs talent. The production is looking for female talent, aged 25–35, to play a freelance investigative reporter, male talent, aged 30–50, to play a detective, plus more. Shooting starts in August in Ohio and other Midwest locations. Talent will be paid $249 per day. 

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Feature Film: Stand-in for Al Pacino

feature film needs white male talent, aged 55–65, to work as a stand-in and photo double for Al Pacino (“The Irishman”). The production wants talent that looks like the actor. Shooting is for an estimated 28 days in Las Vegas, Nevada. Talent will be paid $200 per day.

Want this gig? Apply here.

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