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Apple TV+'s 'Pachinko' Season 2 Speaking Roles Casting Call

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Apple TV+’s ‘Pachinko’ season 2 casting call for speaking roles in Toronto, Canada.

AppleTV+ 'Pachinko' season 2 casting directors are now casting actors for a speaking role scene filming in Toronto, Canada. Producers are now casting and hiring actors for the following roles:

  • Korean and Japanese male teens (around 14 y/o) who speak Japanese OR Japanese and Korean
  • Korean and Japanese men (30-50 y/o) who speak Japanese OR Japanese and Korean
  • Korean male (8 y/o) must speak fluent Korean and/or Japanese
  • Korean male (around 19 y/o) must speak fluent Korean and/or Japanese
  • Japanese male (in his 70s) speaks Japanese
  • Japanese female (early 20s) speaks Japanese
  • Japanese female (early 30s) speaks Japanese

    *All roles must be fluent or highly proficient in the languages listed above.

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About Apple TV's 'Pachinko':

AppleTV+'s 'Pachinko' is a Must-Watch for All Apple Users

Pachinko is a new show from AppleTV+ that is a must-watch for all Apple users. The show tells the story of a Korean family that immigrates to Japan in the early 1900s. The family struggles to make ends meet and cope with discrimination, but they persevere. The show is based on a best-selling novel of the same name and features an all-star cast.

Pachinko is a heart-wrenching drama that will stay with you long after you've finished watching it. The show is beautifully shot and directed, and the acting is superb. While the subject matter can be tough to watch at times, it's important to remember that this historical period was very different from what we're used to today. Pachinko does an excellent job of depicting the struggles of immigrants and minorities, and it's a powerful reminder of how far we've come as a society.

If you're an Apple user, you definitely need to check out Pachinko. The show is one of the many reasons why AppleTV+ is worth the price of admission. With great original content like this, there's no reason to ever go back to traditional TV again.

Pachinko is a moving drama that any AppleTV+ subscriber should not miss. The story is based on a best-selling novel and features an all-star cast. If you're looking for something different than traditional TV, then Pachinko is a must-watch.

Apple TV+ 'Pachinko' Season 2 Speaking Roles

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U.S. CASTING CALL FOR MEDIA RES / APPLE TV+ PACHINKO SEASON TWO - MULTIPLE ROLES

Roles to portray:

  • Korean and Japanese male teens (around 14 y/o) who speak Japanese OR Japanese and Korean
  • Korean and Japanese men (30-50 y/o) who speak Japanese OR Japanese and Korean
  • Korean male (8 y/o) must speak fluent Korean and/or Japanese
  • Korean male (around 19 y/o) must speak fluent Korean and/or Japanese
  • Japanese male (in his 70s) speaks Japanese
  • Japanese female (early 20s) speaks Japanese
  • Japanese female (early 30s) speaks Japanese

    *All roles must be fluent or highly proficient in the languages listed above

    The project will be shot in Toronto, Canada, and Japan from January through mid-June 2023.

    This production has adopted a mandatory vaccine requirement for Zone A roles shooting in Canada.

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Speaking Role Acting Tips

When you're auditioning for a speaking role, the most important thing is to be able to project your voice. You must speak clearly and loudly so the casting director can hear you. 

One way to practice this is to stand in front of a mirror and pretend that you're speaking to someone far away. Ensure you enunciate each word and your volume is loud enough to hear. 

Another tip is to try and relax when you're auditioning. If you're nervous, it will come across in your voice, making it harder for the casting director to understand what you're saying. Take a few deep breaths before you start speaking, and focus on the words you're saying rather than thinking about the audition itself. 

Finally, remember that practice makes perfect. The more auditions you go on, the better you'll become at projecting your voice. So don't get discouraged if you don't get the part you want right away - keep trying, and eventually, you'll be able to land the role you've always wanted.

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