Family Casting Call

TV Commercial casting call for African American fathers and sons in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

Casting directors are now casting actors, models, and talent to work on scenes filming in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania on Tuesday, October 23rd.

Producers are seeking the following types:

  • African American Man 30’s/40’s
  • African American Boy 7-10 years
  • Real Father/Son teams are encouraged but not necessary.
  • Non-Speaking featured roles with possible upgrade to non-speaking principal role.

How to audition?

To audition for a role in the upcoming TV commercial, check out the casting call breakdown below.

TV Commercial Casting Call

African American Man and Boy Needed for TV Commercial filming this Tuesday Night! PAYS $250!

African American Man 30’s/40’s

African American Boy 7-10 years

Real Father/Son teams are encouraged but not necessary.

Non-Speaking featured roles with possible upgrade to non-speaking principal role.

Pay is $250 with possible upgrade to a higher rate.

An adult must be able to accompany the child to set and stay and have a reliable car to get to set. This is a evening into night shoot, which may go to a late hour.

If interested in submitting for either of these roles,

please email mossercasting.talent@gmail.com

AS SOON AS POSSIBLE!

Put AA BOY OR AA MAN in the subject line of the email

In the email include:

A RECENT PHOTO LOOKING AT THE CAMERA. NO HATS OR SUNGLASSES PLEASE. PHOTO SHOULD BE CLEAR AND WELL LIT AS CLIENT IS CHOOSING FROM PHOTOS. IT IS OKAY TO USE A CELL PHONE TO TAKE THESE PHOTOS.

NAME:

AGE:

Height:

Weight:

Phone Number:

If submitting for child include PARENT NAME:

PARENT PHONE NUMBER:

Acting experience? Is yes, what experience?

Have a talent agent? If yes, see below**

If chosen for this commercial, we will contact you
as soon as possible.

Thanks!

Nancy

**IMPORTANT NOTICE* – IF YOU HAVE A TALENT AGENT, YOU SHOULD NOT BE CONTACTING US DIRECTLY, FOR THIS OR ANY OTHER PROJECT (Unless it’s Extrawork for Films or TV shows), AS THIS MAY BE IN VIOLATION OF THE CONTRACT THAT YOU HAVE WITH YOUR AGENT.

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