Now Casting: Star in the New Nickelodeon Series ‘Counting Stars’ + 3 More Gigs

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If you’re ready to become the country’s next big child star, today’s casting roundup is for you! Nickelodeon is casting its new show, “Counting Stars,” a series following a group of mega-talented freshmen at the most elite music performance boarding school in the country. Plus, a pair of short films and a long-running hidden camera show are seeking talent nationwide.

NICKELODEON: “COUNTING STARS” NY CASTING RELEASE
Nickelodeon is casting its new show, “Counting Stars,” a series following a group of mega-talented freshmen at the most elite music performance boarding school in the country. Talent, aged 12–15, is wanted for the series leads. Strong singing and acting skills are required. The ability to dance or play a musical instrument is a plus. Rehearsals will begin in December followed by filming in January 2020 with locations and pay TBD. Apply here!

“THE GREAT INDOORSMAN”
Casting is underway for “The Great Indoorsman,” a student short film that follows Brandon, an unemployed man in his late 20s, who lives in his mom’s basement and teaches viewers how to survive the indoors with useful tips and information. A male actor, aged 22–37, is wanted to play the starring role. Filming will take place in late October or early November in the New Jersey and NYC area. Pay is $100 per day with food provided. Apply here!

“DATING APP MISHAP”
Join the cast of “Dating App Mishap,” a short film produced for a digital app about what happens when a woman accidentally sends a revealing photo of herself to her best friend instead of her online dating match. Talent, aged 18–30, is wanted for several roles, including the lead roles of Lucy and Adam. Rehearsals will take place in early December and filming will take place in mid-December in Los Angeles, California. Pay is $300 per day with meals provided. Apply here!

HIDDEN CAMERA SHOW (INDIANAPOLIS AND ST. LOUIS)
Lincoln Square Productions is seeking talent for a long-running hidden camera show. A bisexual male actor and an actor who has survived a brain injury, aged 18–35, are wanted for the show. The shoot will take place from Nov. 12–21 in Indianapolis, Indiana, and St. Louis, Missouri. Pay is $1,251 per shoot with overtime at $45 per hour. Apply here!