Producers and casting directors for the FX television pilot “Hoke” are now seeking actors to work on the series in Miami.
Marinella Hume Casting is currently looking for extras and actors to work on the pilot starring Paul Giamatti and Oona Chaplin. According to Deadline, FX’s new series “Hoke” is a dark comedic drama based on the Charles Willeford series of novels. “Hoke” is written by Scott Frank, who is expected to director and showrun the pilot. The new TV pilot will center on a story of a mid life crisis and murder that features a hardboiled and possibly insane homicide detective Hoke Moseley set in Miami in the 1980s.
To get a better idea of the hair, makeup, and fashion styles of the time period check out their Tumblr page: http://hokeextras.tumblr.com/
Notice from Marinella Hume Casting:
Please note that this series takes place in 1978. Wardrobe fittings WILL be MANDATORY for ALL. The roles below are just a few of the types they will be looking for. Start growing out those mustaches guys and bust out the blow dryers ladies so your hair can be Farrah fabulous.
AGAIN, THIS SHOOTS IN MIAMI. PLEASE NO OUT OF STATE SUBMISSIONS.
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IMPORTANT PLEASE READ
To be considered please read the following instructions and send an email with the below information to [email protected]
Include the following information:
Contact Phone Number:
PLEASE NOTE ANY TATTOOS YOU HAVE AND LOCATION OF TATTOOS
List Days You are NOT Available: (ex: Not available Tuesdays and Thursdays, etc)
We shoot Monday thru Friday, 12 hour days. Please keep that in mind when accepting a booking. You cannot leave to pick up kids, walk dog, doctor’s appointments, etc. If you are available all days please put TOTAL AVAILABILITY in the body of the email.
Please email three (3) current snapshots of the following angles. NO PROFESSIONAL PICTURES. Make sure photos are well lit and of only yourself.
1.) Waist Up picture
2.) Head & Shoulder picture
3.) Full body shot, head to toe.
Make sure to note the role you are submitting for in the subject line of your email.
While we love the enthusiasm of some of you, it is not necessary to submit multiple times a day or mulitple times for a single role. Thanks!
Marinella Hume Casting