$500/Day Insurance Commercial Casting Call

Insurance Commercial

Insurance Commercial

Step back in time: Seize the spotlight in a 1970s insurance commercial in Cooperstown, NY.

Are you ready to step into the stylish shoes of the 1970s? An exhilarating opportunity awaits you! A thrilling casting call for an insurance commercial set in the vibrant era of bell-bottoms and disco fever has just been announced. If you've ever dreamed of transporting audiences back to the iconic 1970s, this is your chance to shine.

The casting directors are searching for charismatic and enthusiastic individuals, both men and women of all ethnicities, aged 25 to 50, who can perfectly embody the essence of the 1970s. This non-speaking, non-union commercial promises to be a visual masterpiece, capturing the era's spirit with scenes that echo the lifestyles and emotions of the time.

Are you new to the acting scene? Fear not! While previous acting experience is a plus, it's not mandatory. This casting call warmly welcomes newcomers who have a genuine passion for performance. If you've ever wanted to dip your toes into the world of acting, this could be your golden opportunity.

Successful candidates will be called upon to portray characters in various scenes, each reflecting a unique facet of the 1970s. From carefree moments of joy to intense emotions, your role will be to bring these scenes to life through non-verbal communication. While words may not escape your lips, your expressions, reactions, and interactions will speak volumes, telling a compelling visual story that resonates with audiences.

Collaboration is at the heart of this project. You'll join hands with the director and other cast members to craft an authentic and evocative narrative. Your creative inputs will be highly valued as you work together to breathe life into the characters and their stories.

From wardrobe fittings to meticulous attention to detail, the production team is dedicated to creating an immersive experience. You'll engage in wardrobe fittings to ensure you perfectly capture the fashion trends and styles of the 1970s, transporting viewers back in time with your authentic appearance.

The shooting dates, September 21st and 22nd, 20XX, in the charming Cooperstown, NY area, are just around the corner. Selected actors will be compensated at a competitive rate of $500 per shooting day. Meals, refreshments, and wardrobes will be provided, ensuring your comfort on set.

This casting call isn't just about acting – it's a chance to become a part of an exciting period commercial project. Imagine showcasing your talents in print and broadcast media, leaving a lasting impact on audiences, and adding a remarkable piece to your portfolio.

So, if you're ready to turn back time and embrace the charisma of the 1970s, seize this opportunity! Your journey into the past begins with this casting call. Embrace the chance to shine, make new friends, and leave your mark on acting. Let your non-verbal prowess tell a story that will resonate through the ages. Apply now and become a part of a nostalgic journey that will capture hearts and minds alike.

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$500/Day Insurance Commercial Casting Call

Job Details: We are excited to announce auditions for a captivating insurance commercial set in the 1970s. This non-speaking, non-union commercial will feature several scenes and is looking to cast enthusiastic and talented individuals in the lead roles. We seek men and women of all ethnicities, aged 25 to 50ish, who can embody the spirit of the 1970s era. The commercial will be used for print and broadcast, offering a fantastic opportunity to showcase your talent and transport viewers back to a nostalgic time.

Job Responsibilities:

  • Portray characters in various scenes that capture the essence of the 1970s, reflecting the spirit and lifestyle of the era.
  • Collaborate with the director and other cast members to convey emotions and tell a compelling visual story without speaking lines.
  • Follow the director's guidance and contribute creative ideas to bring authenticity and depth to the characters.
  • Engage in wardrobe fittings and adhere to the stylist's recommendations to ensure accurate period representation.
  • Maintain a positive and professional demeanor on set, contributing to a harmonious and productive working environment.


  • Men and women of all ethnicities, aged 25 to 50ish, who can embody the look and feel of the 1970s era.
  • Strong non-verbal communication skills to express emotions, reactions, and interactions effectively.
  • Previous acting experience is a plus but not mandatory. We welcome newcomers with a passion for performance.
  • Must be relatively local to the Cooperstown, NY, area or willing to commute for the shooting dates.


  • Selected actors will be compensated at a rate of $500 per day of shooting.
  • Meals, refreshments, and wardrobes will be provided on set.
  • This is an excellent opportunity to build your portfolio, gain exposure, and contribute to an exciting period commercial project.

Shooting Dates:

  • September 21st and 22nd, 20XX.


  • Cooperstown NY Area.

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