‘From Dusk Till Dawn’ Casting Call for a Male Stand-in to Work Tomorrow in Austin Texas

Project Casting

Casting directors for ‘From Dusk Till Dawn’ are seeking actors for a specific stand-in position in the new TV series.

Beth Sepko casting posted a casting call seeking submissions for specific stand-in roles on Robert Rodriguez’s TV series ‘From Dusk Till Dawn’. Casting directors are looking for brunette caucasian males for an overnight shoot in Downtown Austin, Texas Tomorrow, Friday, February 28th.
-ATTENTION Brunette Caucasian Males!-

Third Coast Extras is accepting submissions for a specific stand-in on Robert Rodriguez’s TV Series “From Dusk Till Dawn,” for an OVERNIGHT shoot in downtown Austin TOMORROW, Friday, Feb. 28th. Estimated call time will be LATE Friday night and will go all night until Saturday around early-morning on 3/1.

Stand-in or on-set experience preferred, but not required. Please share with anyone who fits this!

*Caucasian male, 6’2”-6’4”, brown hair, average build

Pay rate is $125/12hr.

To submit, email us at: [email protected] w/ subject heading “2/28 Night SI” and follow directions below exactly:

Include name, age, phone #, location (Austin?), height/weight and attach plenty of clear, well-lit, high resolution current photos both close up AND full length. Please list any stand-in or on-set experience you might have.

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

The English-language El Rey – which is set to premiere this December nation-wide with initial carriage via Comcast – would air From Dusk Till Dawn as its first scripted series. Robert Rodriguez, is heavily involved in getting the network off the ground, will be writing, producing and directing the From Dusk Till Dawn series himself. The series will expand on the story and characters from his original film and providing more Aztec mythology. There has not been a report if the two sequels will be included in the television series since, Robert Rodriguez only worked as a producer on those projects.