'Queen Sugar' Season 2 New Orleans Casting Call for Basketball Players

OWN’s Queen Sugar season 2 is now casting basketball players in New Orleans, Louisiana.

Caballero Casting is now casting African American men to play NBA players for season 2 of Queen Sugar. Casting directors are looking for talent to work on scenes filming on March 8th in New Orleans, Louisiana. Producers are seeking tall men over 6'0 tall.

About Queen Sugar:

Queen Sugar is an upcoming drama TV series, created, directed and executive produced by Ava DuVernay alongside Oprah Winfrey. The series is based on novel with same name by Natalie Baszile. Queen Sugar follows the life of two sisters, Nova Bordelon (playing by Rutina Wesley), the formidable journalist and activist from New Orleans, and Charley Bordelon (Dawn-Lyen Gardner), a modern woman, who, with her teenage daughter Micah, leaves her upscale apartment in Los Angeles and moves to the heart of Louisiana to claim an inheritance from her recently departed father – an 800-acre sugarcane farm.
To audition for a role on Queen Sugar, check out the casting call details below:

Queen Sugar Open Casting Call

NOW CASTING for QUEEN SUGAR SEASON 2! **FEATURED** AFRICAN AMERICAN MEN to play NBA players. This shoots 3/8 in New Orleans. Rate 125/12 Looking for TALL men. OVER 6’0. Email: [email protected] Subject: NBA PLAYER Include: Name, Height/Weight, City of Residency, UPDATED and CLEAR photos. No hats, no sunglasses. What do you think? Discuss this story with fellow Project Casting fans on Facebook. On Twitter, follow us at @projectcasting.

If you are not local and/or do not fit the description, do not apply

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