'Wake' Starring Bruce Willis Speaking Roles Casting Call

Bruce Willis' new movie, 'Wake' is ramping up production in Cleveland, Ohio.

Producers are looking for "experienced" and skilled" stunt actors ages 25 and older to audition for a role on the upcoming feature film. According to, Those interested need to submit a headshot and resume to[email protected] after Jan. 5 for consideration. Lillian Pyles Casting is handling the casting of local actors and will begin the audition process Jan. 5. In December, Deadline reported the film is written by Christopher Borrelli ("The Marine 2") and directed by John Pogue ("The Quiet Ones"). Wake's script (via SlashFilm) has been described as a "contained Transporter-style action thriller with franchise potential." The film, according to the Hollywood Reporter, is about a sociopath who is incapable of feeling fear. "Wake" will be filmed in its entirety throughout Northeast Ohio. Shooting is slated to begin Feb. 16 and continue until April 17.

Wake Open Casting Call

CHARACTER BREAKDOWN SHORT HAIRED WOMAN: Age 35-50 years old / Federal Agent from Treasury Department. Preferred blonde / good physical condition. ENOCH: Late 20's – 30's – Caucasian male. Fit condition. SHERIFF: 60 – 70 years old male. Able to react during physical confrontation. Stunts required. Race open. JO: Female Between 20's - 30's. Looks like a young Emma Stone. Unique working class / rough around the edges / good condition & able to react to being shot. FETSO: Mercenary - middle aged – short & compact – stunts required. Race open. RYKE: Mercenary - Youthful looking 20's -30's. Able to fight with knives. Race open. UNCLE ALGIE: Caucasian male. Age 50-60 years old. Bruce's contemporary. MANFRED: Mercenary – Gigantic Beast of a man / race open / mid 30's / stunts required. TOYFELD: Mercenary, Short & muscular, Stunts required, mid 30's-40, race open. SEAN: 40's / younger brother of Bruce Willis / stunts required. Discuss this story with fellow Project Casting fans on Facebook. On Twitter, follow us at @projectcasting.