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RUSH CALL: HBO's VEEP Casting Call for Speaking Role for Young Child Actress

Casting directors are seeking African American female talent for a SAG speaking role in HBO's VEEP.

HBO has renewed comedy series Veep for a 10-episode third season, which will air next year. The pickup comes on the heels of the Washington DC-set comedy hitting a season high in total viewers this past Sunday, drawing 1.3 million viewers, up from 1.1 million on April 21 and 1.2 million for the season debut April 14. HBO’s VEEP was created by Armando Iannucci, Veep stars Julia Louis-Dreyfus as Vice President Selina Meyer, a role which earned her an Emmy last year. The ensemble cast includes Tony Hale as Gary, the Vice President’s right-hand man; Anna Chlumsky as Amy, her chief of staff; Reid Scott as Dan, an ambitious political aide; Matt Walsh as Mike, the VP’s weathered spokesperson; Timothy C. Simons as Jonah, an enterprising but annoying White House liaison; Sufe Bradshaw as Sue, Meyers’ executive assistant; and Kevin Dunn as Ben, the president’s chief of staff. NCasting posted the following Casting Call on their Facebook Page: CASTING EMERGENCY: This is for the HBO series VEEP and it is a SAG speaking role... This shoots in Baltimore and you would travel on Monday and work Tuesday. Production will pay travel. They are looking for a 4-7 year old AfricanAmerican female, she must be able to look scared and need to go the rest room with urgency and act naturally. If Selected I will send you the sides that you must self tape and send back ASAP... again this works Tues. A cell phone is fine for taping. No previous acting required. To submit please email me at [email protected] subject line "AA LITTLE GIRL" with a full body and a head shot (does not have to be professional) along with the following info:
  • FULL NAME:
  • AGE:
  • PHONE NUMBER:
  • LOCATION:
  • HEIGHT/WEIGHT:
  • SIZES/MEASUREMENTS:
  • ANY PREVIOUS ACTING:
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