Casting Calls$675/Day Commercial Atlanta Casting Call for Speaking Roles

$675/Day Commercial Atlanta Casting Call for Speaking Roles


A commercial is casting  actors for speaking roles in Atlanta, Georgia.

Commercial are now casting speaking roles to work on scenes filmed in , Georgia. 

Casting: Speaking Role

  • Age: 40s – 60s
  • Gender: Male
  • Ethnicity: Caucasian
  • General Description: Think Brian Williams and Peter Jennings: Old school journalist vibe.

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Speaking Role Atlanta Casting Call

Casting Speaking Role to work in Alpharetta, GA, on Thursday, September 1.

Must be able to work as Atlanta Local.

Rate: $675/12

Terms: Industrial – buyout

Age: 40s – 60s

Gender: Male

Ethnicity: Caucasian

General Description: Think Brian Williams and Peter Jennings: Old school journalist vibe.

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Megan Diane
Hi, I'm Megan Browne, the Head of Partnerships at Project Casting - a job board for the entertainment industry. As Head of Partnerships, I help businesses find the best talent for their influencer campaigns, photo shoots, and film productions. Creating these partnerships has enabled me to help businesses scale and reach their true potential. I'm excited to continue driving growth by connecting people with projects they're passionate about.

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