Casting CallsTURN Season 2 Speaking Roles Episode 3 Casting Call

TURN Season 2 Speaking Roles Episode 3 Casting Call

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Richmond, Virginia Casting Call – AMC’s ‘TURN: Washington’s Spies’ is now casting speaking roles for Season 2 episode 3.

AMC’s television series TURN: WASHINGTON’S SPIES is filming in the Central Virginia area, and Arvold Castingis seeking actors who look authentically from the Revolutionary War period for speaking roles. TURN is adapted from the nonfiction book Washington’s Spies by Alexander Rose. The story is centered on a band of young soldiers and civilians who were part of the secret spy ring during the Revolutionary War.

All principal (speaking) roles are either local hires (within 60 miles of Richmond, VA) or modified local hires (within 500 miles of Richmond, VA). In general, modified local hire means mileage reimbursement, lodging provided and per diem on work days only.

TURN Season 2 Casting Call

Seeking the following speaking roles for episode 203:

AMC-Turn-auditions

[MONK] Male, 30s – 40s, Caucasian. An intense patriot who is held prisoner in New York.  Should have a clear singing/chanting voice.  Goes by the nickname “Monk”(not an actual Monk) and is a leader within the prison population. His accent should have a British flavor to it, somewhere between an English and an American accent, reminding us that the colonies were still very tied to England and that these families had only been here for a few generations. [CO-STAR]

[GARETH] Male, 20s – 30s, Caucasian. A gaunt, patriot prisoner who is desperate do anything to earn his release. His accent should have a British flavor to it, somewhere between an English and an American accent, reminding us that the colonies were still very tied to England and that these families had only been here for a few generations. [CO-STAR]

[LAWRENCE WASHINGTON] Male, 34, Caucasian. The tall, dark-haired, dark-eyed elder brother of George Washington who was a soldier and well respected figure in colonial Virginia before his death at the age of 34. His confidence and regal demeanor set an aporational example for his brother. His accent should have a British flavor to it, somewhere between an English and an American accent, reminding us that the colonies were still very tied to England and that these families had only been here for a few generations. [CO-STAR]

[YOUNG WASHINGTON] Male, tall, 20, Caucasian. His accent should have a British flavor to it, somewhere between an English and an American accent, reminding us that the colonies were still very tied to England and that these families had only been here for a few generations. [CO-STAR]

[SOLDIER 1, 2, & 3] Male, 20s – 30s, Caucasian. A trio of winter worn soldiers in the Continental Army. Their accents should have a British flavor to it, somewhere between an English and an American accent, reminding us that the colonies were still very tied to England and that these families had only been here for a few generations. [CO-STAR]

[POST RIDER] Male, 30s – 40s, Caucasian. A brazen messenger for the Continental army who is used to riding far distances alone. His accent should have a British flavor to it, somewhere between an English and an American accent, reminding us that the colonies were still very tied to England and that these families had only been here for a few generations. [CO-STAR]

TURN: Washington’s Spies, Ep. #206
Episodic
AMC
1 Hour
SAG-AFTRA
Rate: SAG-AFTRA scale

Executive Producers: Craig Silverstein & Barry Josephson
Producer: Henry Bronchtein
Writer: Aïda Mashaka Croal
Director: Kimberly Peirce
Casting Director: Erica Arvold
Casting Associate: Jen Ingulli

Audition Dates: 11/12/12 – 11/14/14
Shoot Dates: 11/24/14 – 12/05/14
Location: Richmond, VA

TO SUBMIT:

If you do not have an agent, follow the instructions below to fill out our online form.

  1. Please fill in the form at the following link: TURN EP206 FORM

  1. Please send your headshot and resume in PDF format to [email protected](also copy the resume into the body of the email if possible, please do not worry about formatting) ASAP.

Use the following SUBJECT HEADING for your submission (personalized to YOU):

YOUR FIRST AND LAST NAME, ROLE, Turn – Ep. 206
For example:
JOHN SMITH, LIEUTENANT, Turn Ep. 206

If you are able to email your headshot & resume AND fill out this form successfully, your submission is considered complete!

If you do have an agent, click here.

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

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