Now Casting: Join the USA Network Series ‘Evel’ Starring Milo Ventimiglia + 3 More Gigs

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Dare to go after your greatest acting feat yet: one of the great gigs in today’s roundup! The upcoming USA Network limited series “Evel,” starring Milo Ventimiglia, is seeking background actors for its series run. Plus, a new Quibi sex and relationships talk show needs guests, and a pair of scripted projects are casting major roles. 

Background casting is underway for the USA Network limited series “Evel,” starring Milo Ventimiglia as 1970s daredevil Evil Knievel preparing for his greatest death-defying feat, the historic Snake River Canyon jump. Talent, aged 18 and older, is wanted for background roles. Filming will take place from March through June in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Some pay will be provided. Apply here!

“Sexology,” a new Quibi talk show about love, dating, sex, and relationships, is seeking guests including couples and friend groups, aged 18–36, who want to discuss open relationships, public displays of affection, and more. Filming will take place in Los Angeles, California on dates TBD. Pay is $150 per episode per person. Apply here!

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Hudson Park Studios is casting the short film with the working title “Breaking Eggs.” A female actor, aged 25–35, is wanted to play the lead role of Clara. Also, there are supporting roles for talent, aged 18 and older. Filming will take place on Feb. 29 in New York City with rehearsals beforehand in a date TBD. Pay is $100 per day for two days of work, plus a $25 travel stipend per day. Apply here!

Join the cast of “Manhood,” a scripted project that follows Troy, who moves to a new neighborhood, bringing along his problems from his past. A male actor of color, aged 18–40, is wanted to play the starring role of Troy. Additionally, a second male actor, aged 18–40, is wanted for a supporting role. Brief backside nudity and simulated sex scenes will be required for the roles. Filming will take place on March 5–6 in Charlotte, North Carolina. Pay is $350–$400, depending on the role, with travel and accommodations covered. Apply here!