Podcast seeking voice talent
New musical podcast Sugar Maple is casting a diverse range of voice performers of all ages, genders, and ethnicities. Cally Morrison is female, playing age 30–40. A Motown artist who suffers career setbacks and falls into drugs, she’s laid back, mellow-voiced, charming, and funny but with a quick temper. Marvin Trusack is male, playing age 60–75. A pro producer, he’s straight-laced and nerdish, with a good heart. The team are also seeking performers to voice Session Musicians. The project records remotely, is paid, and is casting for performers based anywhere in the world. Check out the casting notice for more information and to apply now.
Short mockumentary casting in London
A mockumentary take on chocolate brand mascots having to find new purpose in life is casting for London-based actors. The Suave Chocolate Box Delivery Man is male, playing age 45–65, and white. A James Bond-esque character that takes himself too seriously and hasn’t accepted that he is now well past his prime. The performer needs to have a British accent and previous comedy experience. The Policeman is male, playing age 38–45, and any ethnicity. A local officer who is fed up dealing with non-urgent issues. The Granny is female, playing age 70–90. She’s sick of The Suave Chocolate Box Delivery Man trying to prove his worth. The Gorilla (Voiceover) is female with a British accent. The project shoots September 28 and 29 in London and roles are paid £250-£500. Head over to the casting notice for more info and to apply now.
Online language learning platform
A specialised online school for young English learners is casting for inspirational children who speak English as a second language to tell the world about how learning English has changed their lives. The team are currently seeking young people, any gender, aged 8–15, and who are fluent in Spanish, Polish, Italian, or German, as well as English. They need to be comfortable in front of a camera or crew, and have a special talent they can demonstrate or talk about. The project shoots soon in Manchester and roles are paid £75–£125 for two hours. Head to the casting notice for more details and to apply now.
Have you been ‘caught out’?
An online series for a major brand is casting for real people with a story to tell about being ‘caught out’. Roles are for people of any gender, any background, playing ages 18–56, and the series films in central London for two hours on October 4 or 5. The project pays £250 and the team are seeking people based anywhere in the UK. Check out the casting notice for more details and to apply now.