Music Video Actors Casting Call in New York City

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A music video shoot casting call for actors in New York City, New York.

Music video casting directors are now casting male actors for a music video shoot in New York, New York on Sunday, September 24th, 2022.


  • Male Actors
  • African American

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Check out the casting call breakdown below to audition for a role in the upcoming production.

New York Video Shoot Casting Call

Music Video Shoot

  • Male Actors
  • African American

Location: New York, New York

Call Time: TBA

Date: Saturday, September 24th

Interested? Apply Now

Music Video Acting Tips

When it comes to music videos, there are a lot of different things that go into making them successful. The song is important, but the visuals are just as crucial. And one of the most critical aspects of the visuals is the actors' performance in the video.

So, if you're planning on acting in a music video, here are a few tips to help you give an outstanding performance:

  1. Know the story. Before you even step on set, make sure you know the video's story and your character's role in that story. This will help you understand what kind of emotions you need to portray and what kind of energy you need to bring to your performance.
  1. Memorize your lines. This may seem like a no-brainer, but it's essential to have your lines memorized before you start shooting. That way, you can focus on your performance and not worry about forgetting what you're supposed to say.
  2. Stay in character. Once the cameras start rolling, it's essential to stay in character and remain in that mindset for the duration of the shoot. This cannot be easy, significantly if you have extended hours on set, but it's crucial for maintaining the integrity of your performance.
  1. Be aware of your surroundings. When performing, it's easy to get so wrapped up in your performance that you forget about the other people and elements around you. But it's essential to be aware of your surroundings and interact with them accordingly. This will help make your performance more believable and realistic.
  2. Don't overact. It's tempting to overact when you're in a music video, but resist the urge! Overexaggerating your emotions will come across as false and insincere, and it won't do the song any favors either. Just stay natural and let your performance speak for itself.

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