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Now Casting: Two Female Leads Wanted for a Bath Product Commercial + 3 More Exciting Gigs

Now Casting: Two Female Leads Wanted for a Bath Product Commercial + 3 More Exciting Gigs
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Take a load off and unwind at the end of your hard day with a nice, long bath and today’s casting roundup. Two female actors are currently wanted for a TV commercial for a new bath product, shooting this month in New Jersey. There are also roles available for extras on SyFy’s “Superstition,” and the upcoming feature films “Down For Whatever” and “Nigerian Prince.”

DRTV SPOT FOR A BATH PRODUCT
Casting continues for a TV spot for a new bath product. Two nonunion female actors, both aged 30–40, are wanted to play the lead roles of Marcy and Linda. The commercial will shoot this month in New Jersey, dates TBD. Talent must be able to self-report. Pay is $400 a day. Apply here! 

“DOWN FOR WHATEVER”
The upcoming feature film “Down For Whatever,” chronicling the story of Tracy, a young successful doctor, and her detective husband, Mike, is currently seeking talent for background roles. Male and female actors, 18–80, are wanted to portray coffee shop patrons and cops, as well as a homeless man. The film will shoot this month in Atlanta, Georgia. Some pay will be provided. Apply here!

“SUPERSTITION”
SyFy’s “Superstition,” a series centering on the Mosley family, the owners of the only funeral home in a fictitious town on the outskirts of New Orleans, Louisiana and keepers of the town’s dark secrets and history, is currently casting talent. Male and female talent, aged 18–80, are wanted to portray Wiccans in background roles. Actors with goth and retro looks, plus tattoos and piercings, are wanted. “Superstition” will shoot this month in Atlanta, Georgia. Some pay will be provided. Apply here! 

“NIGERIAN PRINCE”
Join the cast of “Nigerian Prince,” the winner of this year’s AT&T Presents: Untold Stories Feature Film competition, sponsored by the Tribeca Film Institute. Union actors, aged 20–40, are currently sought for gas station extras and a cab extra. The production will shoot Nov. 11–13 in NYC. Compensation will be provided under SAG’s basic scale for background. Apply here!

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