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


SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS - APRIL 12, 2018 - The Apple logo at the entrance of the Apple store located at La Cantera Mall in San Antonio - Image (Eblis /

Kumail Nanjiani‘s new Apple TV series is now casting speaking roles.

Telsey and Company are now casting actors for the new Universal Television series DREAM from executive producers Kumail Nanjiani, Emily V. Gordon, Lee Eisenberg, Alan Yang, Joshua Bearman, and Joshua Davis. Casting directors are casting the following role:

  • Knaul Sah – The character is a South Asian boy at various ages in his life between 8 and 20. The character is a charming, resourceful young immigrant from India living in Utah. Speaks English and Hindi. This is for a starring role.

No experience is necessary.

How to Apply:

If interested in being considered please email the following information to [email protected]

Name, age, height, current location, picture, contact information (phone and email) and describe your knowledge Hindi or other languages.

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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