Now Casting: Showtime’s ‘Billions’ Is Looking for Talent + 3 More Gigs

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Apply for the great gigs in today’s casting roundup! The hit Showtime series “Billions” is seeking talent to play law enforcement members and law interns in background roles. Plus, Israeli Artists Project is casting bilingual artists for an upcoming play and two short films are seeking versatile actors. 

The hit Showtime series “Billions” is seeking talent for background roles. Talent, aged 22–53, is wanted to play law interns and law enforcement officers at this time. Interviews for the law interns will be held on Feb. 13 in New York City followed by work between Feb. 25–March 11. Law enforcement actors will work on Feb. 20 or Feb. 24 in NYC or Long Island, NY. Pay is $174 for eight hours of work. Apply here!

Israeli Artists Project is casting its upcoming production of the Anat Gov play “Best Friends.” Actors, aged 16–50, are wanted for several roles in the project. The production will be presented in both Hebrew and English on alternating dates, so actors must be fluent in both. Rehearsals will begin on or about March 30, followed by performances on May 7–31 at the Theater at the 14th Street Y in NYC. Pay is $1,000. Apply here!

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Join the cast of “Artemis,” a New York Film Academy MFA thesis film that centers on the betrayal, love, and purity of two lesbian girls. Two female actors, aged 18–28, are wanted to play the lead roles of Cynthia and Diana. Additionally, there are two supporting and day player roles for male talent, aged 23–35. Rehearsals will take place in March followed by filming on April 17–19 in Los Angeles, California. Pay is $80–$200 per day, depending on the role. Apply here!

Casting is underway for “My Own Shadow,” an absurdist comedy short that explores the theme of fear and phobias. A female actor, aged 25–40, is wanted to play the lead role of Nia. Additionally, a male actor, aged 32–45, is wanted to play a supporting role. Both actors must have excellent comedy, physical comedy, and improvisation skills. Rehearsals will take place in July in Belmont, Massachusetts, followed by filming in August in Belmont and Milford, New Hampshire. Pay is $125 per day with meals and travel provided. Apply here!