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Popular Retail Company Casting Call for ON-Camera Hosts (Pay is $250/Day)

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A popular clothing retailer is now casting on-camera hosts in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

Casting directors are now casting actors, models, and talent to work on scenes filming in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

Producers are seeking the following types:

  • Popular American Clothing Retailer looking for Actors for ongoing non-union host series!
  • Must be available every Wednesday Morning starting July 25th for 2 hours or less in the Central Pittsburgh area. Will go indefinitely. They understand people will have periodic conflicts but availability should be mostly open. Pays $250 per day for two hours or less.
To audition for a role in the upcoming non-union host series, check out the casting call breakdown below.

Casting Call

Popular American Clothing Retailer looking for Actors for ongoing non-union host series! Must be available every Wednesday Morning starting July 25th for 2 hours or less in the Central Pittsburgh area. Will go indefinitely. They understand people will have periodic conflicts but availability should be mostly open. Pays $250 per day for two hours or less. Specs: Store Manager - 25-37 years of age. Male or Female. Any ethnicity. Trendy/Modern look. Great with a teleprompter. They should come across as a confident leader or be relatable that way. Associate - 18-25 years old. Male or Female. Any ethnicity. Trendy/Modern Look. Great with a teleprompter. Charismatic. Must be available for Auditions this Friday, if needed. If interested and have great availability on Wednesday mornings, please send a current picture and acting resume to [email protected] ASAP. Put "HOST" in the subject line when submitting and please include your NAME, AGE, LOCATION, PHONE NUMBER, HEIGHT AND WEIGHT. Also include if you have a talent agent. Thanks! Katie *IMPORTANT NOTICE* - IF YOU HAVE A TALENT AGENT, YOU SHOULD NOT BE CONTACTING US DIRECTLY, FOR THIS OR ANY OTHER PROJECT (Unless it's Extra work for Film/TV projects), AS THIS MAY BE IN VIOLATION OF THE CONTRACT THAT YOU HAVE WITH YOUR AGENT. What do you think? Discuss this story with fellow Project Casting fans on Facebook. On Twitter, follow us at @projectcasting.