Apple's New Series 'Little America' is Now Casting New Speaking Roles


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Kumail Nanjiani‘s new Apple TV series "Little America" is now casting multiple speaking roles.

Kelsey and Company Casting is looking for experienced squash players for an upcoming Universal Television series, Little America!

Casting directors are casting the following roles:

  • Reyna - Character portrayed is 14 to 16, Female, Latina, Short, Athletic. A burgeoning squash star and undocumented immigrant from Mexico living in California. Not very interested in school but dedicated and passionate about squash. Seeking actors 18 and older. Speaks English and Spanish. LEAD. ONE EPISODE.
  • Saskia - Character portrayed is 15, Female, Caucasian. Extremely polite, genuinely nice, Saskia is a talented squash player who plays regularly at the La Jolla Athletic Club. Seeking Actors 18+. Must be advanced Squash Player.
  • Dominguez - character portrayed is 14. Male, Latino, Skinny and slightly prepubescent squash player. Seeking actors 18+. Must be advanced squash player.

No acting experience necessary!

Experience with squash necessary

If interested in being considered please email the following information to:

[email protected]

Name / Age / Current location / Picture / Contact Information (phone and email) and describe your experience with squash.

Filming will take place on March 25th through April 5th in New Jersey.

About Apple’s ‘Little America’:

Kumail Nanjiani
LOS ANGELES – SEP 10: Emily V. Gordan, Kumail Nanjiani at the 2017 Creative Arts Emmy Awards – Arrivals at the Microsoft Theater on September 10, 2017 in Los Angeles, CA – Image (Kathy Hutchins /
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.”

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