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

Project Casting

Casting directors are taking submissions for stand-in work in the new TV series ‘From Dusk Till Dawn’ directed by Robert Rodriguez.

Taking submissions for a specific Stand-In to work an early shoot TOMORROW, Monday 11/25, who fits this description:

*Caucasian male, 5’7”-5’10”, brown hair, ages 20’s-50’s

Prior Stand-In or at least some on-set experience preferred.
Must have a flexible schedule with ability to clear your whole day/night for shoot TOMORROW, Monday, 11/25. Shoot will have a very early call time and is located North of Austin near Round Rock area, so reliable transportation is a must.

Pay is $125/12hr. This is for the FROM DUSK TILL DAWN TV Series directed by Robert Rodriguez.

To submit, email us at [email protected] and make subject “FDTD 11/25 Stand In”. Include your name, age, phone #, height/weight, collar size, shirt size, pant size, shoe size, and attach plenty of clear, high resolution current photos both close up and full length that show your body. Tell us any prior on-set experience you have in TV or Film.

Must be Texas Resident with valid and current TX ID who lives in or at least near to Austin, TX!


From Dusk Till Dawn is a new television series based on the 1996 film of the same name.

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 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.

Source: Beth Sepko Casting & Third Coast Extras