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A24 TV Pilot Speaking Roles Open Casting Call

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A24 TV pilot casting call for a speaking role in Atlanta, Georgia. 

A24 Casting directors are now casting a speaking role to work on scenes filming in Atlanta, Georgia, on November 2022. 

ROLE DESCRIPTION: 

ASIAN FEMALE: Female. 16 years old. Asian American. Gorgeous, magnetic, lovely, and kind. Everyone wants to be her, and everyone wants to be around her - not just for her physical beauty, but for her nurturing, sweet spirit. here’s a loving motherly quality to her spirit that catches people off guard. 

  •  MUST BE 18+. Will appear in a see-through bra, which will show chest/nipple, but open to prosthetics if the actor prefers (this is in the context of changing clothes and not in a sex scene).  

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A24 Pilot Casting New Speaking Role

Currently casting main and supporting roles for a new A24 pilot - looking to feature a diverse group of young feminine presenting talent.

Liza Mandelup (Jawline), dir.-co-showrunner, co-writer; Mary Bronstein (Yeast), co-writer-co-showrunner; Heidi Schreck (Billions, Nurse Jackie), co-showrunner. 

The project is slated to shoot in November 2022 in Atlanta, GA

If you think you fit the description below, please submit yourself for consideration - See the form below and instructions on how to submit your audition/interview videos.

ROLE DESCRIPTION: 

ASIAN FEMALE: Female. 16 years old. Asian American. Gorgeous, magnetic, lovely, and kind. Everyone wants to be her, and everyone wants to be around her - not just for her physical beauty but for her nurturing, sweet spirit. here’s a loving motherly quality to her spirit that catches people off guard.  MUST BE 18+. Will appear in a see-through bra, which will show chest/nipple, but open to prosthetics if the actor prefers (this is in the context of changing clothes and not in a sex scene).  

1) INTERVIEW:

  • Please tape yourself answering the following questions honestly as yourself. 

INTERVIEW QUESTIONS 

  • a) What is your name?
  • b.) Are you 18+?
  • b) Where are you based?
  • c) How tall are you?
  • d) What is your favorite thing about yourself and what would change about yourself if you could?
  • e) Hobbies
  • f) If you have a favorite social media video post of yourself that helps express who you are please share (not mandatory)

2) PHOTOS

Please submit two non-professional photos - a full body shot and a close up.  These can be as simple as phone pictures against a plain wall in a well lit area (by a window with natural light is always best).

4) ADDITIONAL VIDEO 

Please feel free to add any supplemental acting or performance videos. Not a requirement.

Interested? Apply Now

Audition Tips for Speaking Role

When auditioning for a speaking role, it's important to remember that casting directors look for more than just a good voice. They're also looking for someone who can act and connect with the material. Here are some tips to help you ace your next speaking role audition:

  1. Make sure you're familiar with the material before you go in for your audition. This will help you understand the character and their motivations and help you deliver your lines with conviction.
  2. When you're in the audition room, take your time and focus on the scene or monologue you're performing. The casting directors want to see that you can be present at the moment and connect with the material.
  3. Remember that acting is all about reacting. Respond to what the other character is saying or doing when you're reading your lines. This will help you create a more believable and compelling performance.
  4. Make sure your voice projection is strong and clear. The casting directors need to be able to hear you, so make sure you project your voice without sounding like you're shouting.
  5. Finally, don't be afraid to show some personality in your audition. The casting directors are looking for someone who can bring the material to life, so if you have a unique take on the character, let them see it!

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