SHOWTIME TV Series Casting Lowriders for a Speaking Role


LAS VEGAS, NEVADA, DECEMBER 23, 2017: Showtime entertainment store in the MGM Grand in Las Vegas. (James R. Martin /

SHOWTIME TV Series is United States.

Casting directors are now casting actors, models, and influencers to work on scenes filmed in the United States.

  • At least 18 years old and above
  • All ethnicities

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Production Title: SHOWTIME Casting Lowriders with Cars

Job Description: Casting directors are now casting actors to work on scenes filmed in the United States.

Roles: Lowriders with Car

  • At least 18 years old and above
  • All ethnicities

Covid Test: TBA

Rate: Pay is $$

This is a SAG-AFTRA production / Paid opportunity

No acting experience is necessary.

Must be legal to work in the U.S and be based in NM, CO, UT, AZ

Mandatory vaccination policy: subject to applicable by law pursuant to the COVID -19 Return to Work Agreement, which requires that an individual be "up to date" on their vaccines as defined by the CDC (i.e., the individual received all recommended COVID-19, vaccines, including any booster dose(s) when eligible). Performers in the production and on set parents for any minor will be required to prove that they are "up to date" 

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  1. Always be prepared. One of the most important things you can do as an actor is to ensure you are always prepared for your audition or performance. It means knowing your lines and blocking and being familiar with the material. If you're not prepared, it will show in your performance.
  2. Know your character. You must understand your character inside and out. What motivates them? What are their fears and goals? The more you know about your character, the easier it will be to play them convincingly.
  3. Be in the moment. When performing, you must stay in the moment and focus on your character. It will show in your performance if you start thinking about other things.
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  7. Practice, practice, practice. Practice is the best way to get better at anything, and acting is no different. The more you do it, the better you'll become. So get out there and start auditioning for roles!

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