Major Feature Film Acting Auditions for Biker Gang Speaking Roles in New Mexico

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Casting directors are now seeking actors for a major feature film, filming in New Mexico.

Midthunder Casting is looking for men and women ages 40's to 50's that are actual bikers to play outlaw biker gang members. Producers are seeking actors that have tattoos, leather, scars, long hair, shaved heads, beards, etc. for the production. Casting directors will be holding an open casting call on Monday, May 5, 2014 from 3:00pm - 5:00pm. REAL BIKERS ONLY. Please bring photos of your bike(s) if you have them. These roles are speaking roles paid at SAG scale. PAY RATE: $859.00 per 8-hour day or $2979 per week (+ overtime) No acting experience necessary, but you will need to read several lines.*
For more details, check out the breakdown below: Filming dates: May 19 - June 30, 2014 Filming Location: Albuquerque & surrounding areas [You must be available throughout the shoot dates to be considered> NEW MEXICO RESIDENTS ONLY PLEASE *SIDES: If you would like sides ahead of time ("sides" = scenes from the script which will contain the lines you will have to read), please email: [email protected] OPEN CALL LOCATION: Midthunder Casting The Film School @ Garson Studios Santa Fe University of Art & Design 1600 St. Michael's Drive Santa Fe, NM 87505 Directions: From the main entrance off of St. Michael's Drive, follow the "Robert Redford/Milagro" signs. You'll see a building with silver letters, "THE FILM SCHOOL." Enter the building and Midthunder Casting is the first office on your right No direct or private inquiries accepted.
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