NBC's 'REVOLUTION' Casting Call for a Male Photo Double in Austin Texas

The producers for NBC's television series 'Revolution' are looking for a stand-in for a lead actor in the series.

Casting directors are looking for SCANLON's stand-in/photo double. Scanlon is played by Billy Lush. Talents must be dirty blonde with very light brown hair, and about  5'10"-6'0", weight around 175-190lbs.
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NBC Revolution

See the casting call below to learn how to apply and for more details:

AUSTIN, TX Casting Notice - NBC Television series "Revolution" for work on FRIDAY 2/28/14. Pay rate is $125.00 for 12 hours plus overtime paid after 12 hours (if necessary). We obviously do not have any Call Times yet but they could sometimes be VERY early into the morning and sometimes (on night shoots) go late into the night/the following morning. Location is in the AUSTIN, TX area. **STAND-IN/PHOTO DOUBLE** 'SCANLON' (Billy Lush) STAND-IN/DOUBLE: male, Caucasian, dirty blonde to very light brown hair, height range 5'10"-6'0", weight range 175-190lbs. Hair is VERY important. Should be smart, attentive, have a good personality and follow directions well. Prefer previous stand-in experience, but not required. To submit for work - please EMAIL us at [email protected] with the Subject Line: SCANLON and you MUST include your first & last name, current sizes (height, weight, waist, inseam, shirt, shoes, etc) and a current photo of yourself. PLEASE DO NOT SUBMIT or POST if you don't fit these casting specs or are not available on the listed work date!! Thanks! Seriously, DON'T do it if you are not right for the role! **PLEASE DO NOT CALL OUR OFFICE ABOUT THIS BOOKING!!**
“In this epic adventure from J.J. Abrams’ Bad Robot Productions and “Supernatural’s” Eric Kripke, a family struggles to reunite in an American landscape where every single piece of technology – computers, planes, cars, phones, even lights – has mysteriously blacked out forever. A drama with sweeping scope and intimate focus, “Revolution” is also about family – both the family you’re born into and the family you choose. (NBC)”