'The Girl on the Train' Casting Call for Featured Roles in NYC

The Girl on the Train casting call for featured roles in New York City.

The Girl on The Train is looking for actors, models, and talent to play the boyfriend of a principal character in the new movie. Filming will take place between November 2015 through January 2016. Casting directors are looking for good looking guys to work on the movie. Girl on the Train starring Emily Blunt, is based on Paula Paula Hawkins’ bestselling novel, which centers on one woman (Blunt) devastated by her recent divorce who spends her commute fantasizing about a seemingly perfect couple who live in a house that her train passes every day. Along the way, she becomes entangled in a mystery revolving around the married couple and another woman and spins out of control. To audition for a role on Girl on the Train, check out the casting call details below:

Girl on the Train Casting Call

  GWC is seeking SAGAFTRA/Non-Union Young Caucasian Male (Ages 18-21) to portray the boyfriend of a principal character for new feature film 'The Girl on the Train.' This is featured background work! Specifically seeking a good-looking guy to portray 19-20 years old, athletic, outdoorsy. Shooting between November 2015-January 2016.
If you are interested in being submitted for this, please email the following to [email protected]: -your name & union status -general avail for nov-jan - 2 current photos- digital/ selfie (1 full body, 1 head & shoulders) that we can submit to our director. Photo should be something that makes you look 19-20 years old & handsome in a rugged/ outdoorsy way, not like a model/ pretty boy. -phone number Please write in the subject line: "Facebook, Featured Boyfriend, [your name>, [your phone number]." Everyone must be 18 or older and have 2 valid forms of US issued ID to work.

Please do not apply, if you are not local or if you do not fit the description.

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