Crime Thriller ‘Blind’ + More UK Screen Projects Are Casting Right Now

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These screen, stage, and voice projects need talent in the UK right now, so sharpen your self-taping and audition skills and get busy. 

Crime thriller casting in London and Glasgow
Limelight People are casting for feature Indian crime thriller Blind and seeking a host of supporting roles. Victim is female, playing age 25–30 and white or mixed race. Mrs Adler is female, playing age 25–35 and white – a typical English lady. Police officer Kevin is male, playing age 25–35 and Latino or Hispanic. Emcee is female, playing age 20–26 and white or mixed race – she’s an MC at a hard rock gig. Police Chief is male, playing age 48–64 and Indian or South Asian (must speak fluent Hindi). Several further roles are available. The project shoots November to December in Glasgow and the team are seeking performers based in London or Glasgow. Roles are paid and include travel and accommodation where necessary. Check out the casting notice for more details and to apply now.

Well-known videogame casting voice actors
Charactoon Voices are casting six roles for an established videogame. Playing ages range from 10 to 90, and accents include British, Austrian, Belgian, and French. Roles include the intriguingly named Cu**, 16–22, with an English or Scottish accent. This character is “a very angry and troubled teenager, addicted to multiple substances,” with a father who’s a “raging alcoholic.” Many further roles are available; performers are paid professionally, and the project will record in studios in London and Brighton. For more details and to apply, head on over to the casting notice.

Music video casting now
Papaya Films and filmmaker Harry Deadman are casting male and female leads for a music video, shooting in London soon. Female Lead plays the daughter character – she has a playing age of 18–26, any ethnicity, and should be experienced and comfortable in front of the camera – someone with a physical comedy background or willing to have fun. Males Lead is 40–55, any ethnicity, and “up for playing an absurd father character.” The role is highly visual and will rely on physical comedy. The project shoots 4 September in London and roles are paid £350–£400 per day plus travel and food. The team are seeking performers based in London. Head to the casting notice for more information and to apply now. 

Feature casting supporting male
Feature romantic drama Rosena is casting a supporting male role, mid-20s and white. The character is witty, charming and intelligent – a “Jude Law type.” The project shoots in Hampshire and roles are paid £70 per day plus a £20 per diem and travel provided. The team are seeking a performer based in London. Head over to the casting notice to apply now.

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