Facebook New TV Series 'American Skam' Casting Call for Speaking Roles

American SKAM casting call for speaking roles for the new Facebook TV series

Casting directors are seeking actors, models, and talent to work on scenes filming in Austin, Texas. Producers are looking for the following types:
  • We are currently holding auditions for an upcoming series based on the Norwegian hit show SKAM, which focuses on telling real stories based on the hardships and pressures of being in high school. The series is an international phenomenon praised for its authentic portrayal of teenagers and is now being remade for an American audience! We’re conducting an extensive search to find Austin teeneagers for the cast, NO ACTING EXPERIENCE REQUIRED.

About American SKAM:

Skam, the Norwegian teen drama that has taken the internet by storm, will be getting an American remake. Skam is a Norwegian teen drama television series about the daily life of teenagers at the Hartvig Nissen School, a gymnasium in the wealthy borough of Frogner in West End Oslo. Facebook is releasing the American remake of the TV series. "When I first heard about Skam, it felt like I was seeing the future of storytelling," Facebook's Global Content Chief Van Veen said (via Variety). "We're incredibly enthusiastic about bringing it to global audiences on Facebook Watch." "From the first moment I heard about it I thought about Facebook as my partner," Simon Fuller, the creator of American Idol, said following the big announcement. "Facebook Watch, with its inherently social components and passionate community of fans that surround it, is the absolute perfect partner for Skam." To audition for a role in the upcoming TV series, check out the casting call breakdown below.

American SKAM Open Casting Call

Casting call breakdown removed at the casting director's request.

Please do not apply, if you are not local or if you do not fit the description.

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