‘From Dusk Till Dawn’ Biker Types Extras Casting Call in Austin, Texas

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‘From Dusk Till Dawn’ Acting Audition for Biker Types in Austin Texas

Casting directors for Robert Rodriguez’s new television series ‘FROM DUSK TILL DAWN’ are now seeking  male background actors in Austin, Texas.
Beth Sepko Casting posted a casting call seeking submissions for male biker type extras for several days in Austin, Texas.

From Dusk Till Dawn director Robert Rodriguez unveiled plans for the show a couple of months ago, while also unveiling plans for an entire new cable network aimed at young-adult audiences called El Rey, which he has co-created, partnering with Univision Communications Inc. The series will expand on the story and characters from his original film and providing more Aztec mythology.

For more details see the following casting call details below:

Taking submissions for a very specific Male Extra for this Thursday 2/20 and Friday 2/21 for Robert Rodriguez TV series FROM DUSK TILL DAWN.

MUST match the description below and have full day/evening availability for an early morning call time on both Thursday 2/20 and Friday 2/21.

* Biker-type Caucasian or Hispanic male with a thick greying/salt & pepper beard, balding/short grey or greying dark hair and long sideburns, ages 40s-70s.

Must have reliable transportation to get to the set in Austin for possible early call times on BOTH days.

Pay rate is $79.95/10hr.

To submit, email us at: [email protected] w/ subject heading “Dusk KNB” and follow directions below exactly:

Include name, age, phone #, location (Austin?), and height/weight. Attach plenty of clear, well-lit, current photos in high resolution – including both close up photos and full length photos. In your submission please note your availability to work all dates requested.

IMPORTANT: Must be Texas resident w/ valid Texas ID who lives in (or at least nearby) to Austin, TX since shoots days can change at the last minute. Please don’t submit if you’re not local to the area or nearby.

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