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Margot Robbie’s I, Tonya is now casting kid actors for speaking roles in Atlanta, Georgia.

Feldstein|Paris Casting is now casting kid actors to work on the new Margot Robbie feature film I, Tonya. Casting directors are looking for one or two more actresses that are around 3 to 4 years old to play a speaking role in the movie.

About I, Tonya:

During the 1994 Olympics, Tonya Harding was pitted against the more popular Nancy Kerrigan at the 1994 U.S. Figure Skating Championships, where Kerrigan was attacked by a man who struck her a few inches above her knee.

While both Kerrigan and Harding made the Olympic team that headed to the Lillehamer Olympics the attack was linked back to Harding’s ex-husband, Jeff Gillooly, and her bodyguard, Shawn Eckhardt.

Tonya Harding struck a plea agreement, admitting to conspiring to hinder prosecution, and was banned from U.S. Figure Skating and stripped of her 1994 U.S. Championship.

To audition for a role on I, Tonya, check out the casting call details below.

I, Tonya Casting Call

Hi all – we’re looking for additional options for Tonya Harding @ 3-4yrs old for the feature I, TONYA.

We’re likely hiring 1-2 more actresses to play this role because of the time restrictions for the age.

We’re open to ANY suggestions, actor or not, that fit the below requirements. PLEASE help us spread the word by sharing this post!

This is URGENT as the role works January 17th & 18th and will need some rehearsal time this weekend. We need options TODAY – Wednesday January 11th.

ALL WE NEED is a tape of them ice skating. They don’t need to do any tricks, just skate confidently. iPhone or other home videos are perfectly fine!

Local to the Atlanta Metro area
3-4yrs old (actual age, not “to-play”)
MUST be able to ice skate by themselves
no taller than 40″
Blue eyes preferred

Please message us via Facebook if you or someone you know fits – we’re open to any avenue we can use to find more options.



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If you are not local and/or do not fit the description, do not apply