Now Casting: ‘Succession’ Needs Background Talent + 4 More Gigs

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The hit HBO drama series “Succession” is back seeking more background talent for its fourth season. Plus, a series of California farming community videos, a comedic short film, and a solar power energy ad are casting talent today.


Background casting continues for Season 4 of the hit HBO drama series “Succession.” Nonunion talent, aged 18–65, is wanted to portray high-end business types and assistants. COVID testing will take place on Feb. 6, followed by filming on Feb. 7–8 in the New York City area. Pay is $165 for 10 hours of work, plus a $60 testing stipend.

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Flower/Gift Retailer, Mother’s Day Photo Shoot

Filmkraft is now seeking talent for a lifestyle photo shoot for a major flower and gift retailer. Actors, aged 4–70, are wanted to portray various family members in the shoot. Filming will take place between Feb. 23–25 in New York City. Pay is $1,000–$1,200 for one day of work.

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Farming Community Videos, VO

Voiceover talent, aged 50 or older, is wanted to narrate a series of eight short videos for a California farming community. Talent will record remotely. Pay is $600 for 10 hours of work.

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Casting is underway for “Pickledome,” a comedic short about an elderly man determined to become the champion of his local pickleball league. Talent, aged 30 and older, is wanted for various roles, including the starring role of Clyde. Tennis or pickleball experience is a plus for the actor playing Clyde. Filming will take place on March 11–12 in Brentwood, California. Pay is $100–$200 per day for up to two days of work.

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Solar Power Energy Advertisement

Vital Utility is now seeking actors, aged 30–75, to portray homeowners and company representatives in an Instagram ad for solar power energy. Talent will work in Los Angeles with a date TBD. Pay is $150 for three hours of work.

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