Speaking Role Casting Call for The National Museum of the United States Army

Casting directors are seeking Non-Union Men for a speaking roles in an upcoming National Museum of the United States Army exhibit.

CP Casting posted the following Casting Call on their Facebook page:

C.P. Casting is seeking NON-UNION MEN for speaking roles in a project that will be

a permanent exhibit inside the National Museum of the United States Army (
that is scheduled to open in 2015.
Actors will be portraying real veterans who are featured in the museum installation
so a resemblance to one of the men, and their accent is ideal.
All men would need the be clean shaven and have short hair, or be willing to cut their hair short
if selected, (not a "Marines" crew cut, just regular 1960's Army soldier short hair).
The SOLDIERS shoot will be on Cape Cod in the evening around October 22-23.
The ARMY GENERAL shoot will be on Cape Cod in the daytime around October 22-23.
Don McLaughlin, 45-55, Army General from New York, Caucasian
John Eldred, 18-25, Soldier from Pennsylvania, Caucasian
Rick Kimmons, 18-25, Soldier from Texas, Caucasian
Juan Castro, 18-25, Soldier, Hispanic
** Photos/Audio of the veterans can be seen here: **
Actors interested in auditioning, who are available for the shoot in October, 
and available to audition for this project this Thursday, September 26 should:
EMAIL a photo and resume TO: [email protected]
We will contact men we'd like to see audition and set up audition appointments.

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