In today’s casting roundup, the Volume on Demand series “The Fever,” which may be pitched to Netflix and Amazon, is casting a major supporting role. Or, grab a non-speaking role in an ad for a pocket printer. Plus, a new Netflix series starring Matthew Broderick needs background actors, and a short film is casting an alpha male.
Join the cast of “The Fever,” a scripted series for Volume on Demand that may be submitted to Amazon and Netflix. A female actor, aged 25–30, is wanted to play the role of Val, a strong and occasionally aggressive detective. Applicants must be comfortable with same-sex scenes including simulated sex. The series will shoot on various dates from February through May in New York City. Pay is $200 per day. Apply here!
PRINTER DEVICE COMMERCIAL
On Time Studios is seeking talent for non-speaking roles in a pocket printer advertisement. Actors, aged 20–30, are wanted for five roles in the commercial. Filming will take place in New York City, date TBD. Pay is $150 with lunch provided. Apply here!
Join the cast of the upcoming Netflix series “Daybreak,” starring Matthew Broderick. Talent, aged 18 and older, is wanted to portray high school foreign exchange students in background roles. Filming will take place on Jan. 23–25 and 28 in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Some pay will be provided. Apply here!
Casting is underway for “Tulips,” a short film about a timid recluse who, several months into mourning his late girlfriend, encounters a man at her grave. A male actor, aged 23–40, is wanted to play the supporting role of Steve, the epitome of the American Dream. The film will rehearse twice, dates TBD, and filming will be on Feb. 2–3 in the greater Los Angeles area. Pay is $300. Apply here!