Kumail Nanjiani‘s new Apple TV series “Little America” is now casting new speaking roles.
Telsey and company is now casting for a new Universal TV series “Little America”.
Telsey and Company Casting is looking for actors to work on the upcoming Universal Television series, Little America for Apple.
Casting directors are casting the following roles:
- Brian: The character is an African-American boy between 4 to 7 years old who is the young son of the lead character. He struggles to behave when she must bring him to her diner job. Though she is saddened by her anger when he misbehaves, he is steadfast helper and is proud of her success. Seeking identical twins or multiples to share this role
No experience necessary
If interested in being considered email the following information to:
Include your name, age, current location, picture, contact info (phone and email)
Shoots in May 2019 in New Jersey
About Apple’s ‘Little America’:
According to Variety, Apple has officially ordered the immigrant anthology “Little America” to series with the same executive producers. According to the report, the half-hour series is based on true stories from Epic Magazine. “ It will explore the funny, romantic, heartfelt, inspiring, and surprising stories of immigrants in America. “The Office” alum Lee Eisenberg will write and executive produce along with “The Big Sick” writers Kumail Nanjiani and Emily V. Gordon. Eisenberg will also serve as showrunner.”
Please do not apply, if you are not local or if you do not fit the description.
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