We know you’re familiar with the jungle that is finding great acting gigs—let us help you navigate it with today’s casting roundup. “Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle,” the sequel to the 2017 hit film starring Dwayne Johnson and Kevin Hart is casting background actors in Atlanta, Georgia. Plus, the Showtime series “Billions” needs a masseuse, a true-crime recreation series is casting leads, and Getty Images is seeking a large family for a photo shoot.
UNTITLED “JUMANJI: WELCOME TO THE JUNGLE” SEQUEL
“Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle,” the sequel to the 2017 hit film starring Dwayne Johnson and Kevin Hart is casting background actors in Atlanta, Georgia. Athletic actors, aged 18–50, with workout attire, are wanted for a shoot on Jan. 23. Pay is $76 for eight hours of work with overtime after that. Apply here!
“BILLIONS,” WORKS JAN. 10
The Showtime series “Billions” continues background casting for its fourth season. A Latino male masseuse, aged 40 or older, is wanted for a featured background role. The gig will work on Jan. 10 in Long Island, New York. Pay is $180 for eight hours of work under the SAG-AFTRA Special Ability Rate. Apply here!
“EVIL LIVES HERE” EPISODE 411
Join an upcoming episode of the Investigation Discovery true-crime recreation series “Evil Lives Here.” A white male actor, aged 33–46, is wanted to play the lead role of Lee, a man slowly poisoned and eventually killed by his wife, Susan. There are also two supporting roles for male actors, aged 13–45. The episode will shoot the week of Jan. 14 in the NYC and New Jersey area. Pay is $120 or $210 per day depending on the role. Apply here!
GETTY IMAGES COLLAB, LATINX MEXICAN FAMILY IN L.A.
A real three-generation Mexican family is currently wanted for a stock photo and video shoot for Getty Images. The shoot will take place on dates TBD in Los Angeles. Pay is $50–$300 per day. Apply here!
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