Invisalign commercial casting call in San Francisco for current and former Invisalign wearers.
Beau Bonneau Casting posted a casting call seeking current and former Invisalign wearing women and teens for a corporate video. In addition, casting directors are looking for relatable, talkative and friendly Teens (13-17 yrs old) & relatable, eloquent and aspirational Women (25-45 yrs old).
Talents that are selected will be compensated $2,000 for their work on the production.
Auditions are scheduled for June 2nd and callbacks are scheduled for June 9th.
For more details, check out the casting call below:
Invisalign Corporate Video Casting Call
Seeking Current & Former Invisalign Wearing Women 25-45 & Invisalign-Teen Wearers 13-17yrs for Non Union Corporate Video
Auditions are by Appointment Monday 6/2, Callbacks 6/9
We are seeking Bay Area local, Current and Former Invisalign & Invisalign-Teen wearers, All Ethnicities, Non Union and Unrepresented, for a Corporate Video. We are specifically seeking relatable, talkative and friendly Teens (13-17 yrs old) & relatable, eloquent and aspirational Women (25-45 yrs old).
– CURRENT Invisalign wearing Women 25-45 & Invisalign-Teen wearers 13-17 should be attractive with nice skin/complexion and white teeth
– FORMER Invisalign wearing Women 25-45 & Invisalign-Teen wearers 13-17 should be attractive with nice skin/complexion, white, straight teeth and out of treatment for 12 months or less.
Brief in-person interviews will be held by appointment only in San Francisco, Mon 6/2 with second auditions or callbacks Mon 6/9. The shoot will likely be in June or July, date TBD, in SF. If selected for the shoot, the rate is $500 for an up to 10 hr shoot day + $2,000 for usage. Hours for teens will vary, depending on age.
If selected for the interview and/or shoot, you will be sharing how you’ve experienced an improvement in self-confidence as a result of using Invisalign. You must be willing and able to talk about emotions and will explain how this change in self-confidence has manifested, using examples from your own attitudes and behavior.