‘Robodog’ Speaking Roles Open Acting Auditions Casting Call

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‘Robodog’ open casting call for day player and speaking roles in the upcoming movie.

According to the Hollywood Reporter, Chris Colfer (Glee) and Ron Perlman (Sons of Anarchy) will voice the lead canine characters in Robodog, Marza Animation Planet’s first original production, a 3D CG feature directed by Henry F. Anderson III (Stuart Little).

“The kid in me is barely being contained right now — I’m so happy to get the chance to work on my first animated film,” said Colfer of the role.

“We are absolutely ecstatic that Chris has chosen Robodog as his first foray into animation. Coupled with Ron’s extraordinary voiceover work, the duo’s talent will make for great chemistry onscreen,” said Marza’s CEO Masanao Maeda.

Miami Talent Casting is now casting speaking roles for the upcoming ‘Robodog’ movie as it films on location in Orlando, Florida. Producers will be available to do skype auditions for aspiring actors interested in appearing in the new movie.

Filming is expected to begin mid-September. To audition for a role on ‘Robodog’, check out the casting call details below:

‘Robodog’ Open Casting CallRobodog

ORLANDO: FEATURE FILM – KIDS …CASTING BY SELF TAPE AND SKYPE
Shoot Location: ORLANDO
Rates: $100 SAG ULB per day . No travel will be covered
Shooting dates are TBD beginning mid-September.
****No ADULTS AT THIS TIME, JUST KIDS…
Robo-Dog 2
In this sequel to “Robo-Dog”, Tyler and Barry must team up to find Robo-Dog after an accident causes him to lose his memory and fall into the hands of another family who want to keep him for themselves.
Lead Role:
Mira – (Girl, Age 6-8 any ethnicity)- Cute, Happy, Innocent. Playful with an active imagination, but is forced to be a little mature for her age. 10-15 days.
Will also be skyping for other roles and extras.
all ethnicity kids ages 6-15, males and females.
need pic, contact, skype info and resume if you have one.
[email protected]

Check out the trailer to the last movie “Robo-Dog” here:
https://vimeo.com/110962182