Cinemax New Series 'Outcast' is Now Hiring Stand-ins in Rock Hill, South Carolina.The Walking Deads creator is heading to South Carolina. According toWilmywoodnc.com, the creator of The Walking Dead, Robert Kirkman, is ramping up production to his new series, Outcast. According to Deadline, Outcast is the exorcism drama project from The Walking Dead executive producer Robert Kirkman. Kirkman announced on Twitter about the new series and this will be Kirkmans pilot writing debut. Similar to The Walking Dead, Outcast is based on a comic written by Robert Kirkman and centers around Kyle Barnes, a young man who has been plagued by possession since he was a child. Now as an adult, he embarks on a journey to find answers, but what he uncovers could mean the end of life on Earth as we know it. Filming is set to start July 20th and continue to until November. The Show is produced by David Alpert, Sue Naegle, and Chris Black and it will be written by The Walking Deads very own Robert Kirkman and Meg LeFauve. Outcast also features Patrick Fugit, Philip Glenister, Gabriel Bateman, Reg E. Cathey (St. Vincent), Julia Crockett (The Absence), Wrenn Schmidt (Boardwalk Empire), Kip Pardue (Ray Donovan). Casting directors are now hiring stand-ins to work on the new Cinemax TV series. To audition for a stand-in role, check out the casting call details below:
Cinemax 'Outcast' Casting CallOUTCAST (Rock Hill area) Seeking a Caucasian Female with CURLY BROWN HAIR, late teens -early 20's as a photo double. Must be available on Thursday 8/27 for filming. Please include height/weight and complete clothing sizes -to include shoe size -as will need to fit wardrobe. All submissions should include Name, Age, Phone, Height,Weight, Clothing Sizes, City/State you reside. Submission should be sent to [email protected] with heading THURSDAY DOUBLE.
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