Now Casting: Disney’s ‘The One and Only Ivan’ Needs Background Talent + 3 More Gigs

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In today’s roundup, the upcoming Disney live-action–CGI hybrid feature “The One and Only Ivan,” produced by Angelina Jolie, is casting background actors in Orlando, Florida. Plus, a dark, comedic family drama needs lead actors, a music video about a dysfunctional relationship is casting supporting actors, and a CBS talk show pilot needs good-looking women to be seat-fillers.

Background casting is currently underway for the live-action–CGI hybrid, Walt Disney Pictures feature “The One and Only Ivan,” starring Bryan Cranston and Ramon Rodriquez. Talent, aged 18 and older, who can pull off a 1970s style is wanted. The film will shoot from June 20–22 in Orlando, Florida. Pay is $125 for 12 hours of work. Apply here!

Join the cast of “Jules,” a darkly comedic family drama that takes place over one dinner where secrets are revealed and old conflicts re-emerge. Talent, aged 28–75, is wanted to play the three lead roles of Pamela, Vanessa, and Matt. “Jules” rehearses and shoots in June in New York City. Pay is $250 per day, plus meals and travel provided. Apply here!

“Dysfunctional,” a music video about a dysfunctional relationship, is casting two young actors, aged 16–20, to play dirt bike racers in supporting roles. Tattoos are preferred for one of the roles. The video will shoot on May 25 in the New Jersey and New York City area. Pay is $125 for seven to eight hours of work. Apply here!

Attractive female talent, aged 17–30, of all ethnicities, is wanted for on-camera audience seat-fillers for a new celebrity-hosted daytime talk show on CBS. Talent will work May 25 for approximately six to seven hours in Los Angeles. Pay is $10.50 per hour. Apply here!

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