Showtime‘s new series by Ben Affleck and Matt Damon City on a Hill is now casting teen hockey players in New York City.
Casting directors are now casting actors, models, and talent to work on scenes filming on Wednesday, June 5th in New York City.
Producers are seeking the following types:
- SAG-AFTRA/NON-UNION Caucasian Teen Boys, 13-15, to portray early 1990s Teens Playing Hockey
About City on a Hill:
The new Showtime series City on a Hill is executive produced by Tom Fontana, Ben Affleck, Matt Damon, Jennifer Todd, James Mangold, Barry Levinson, and Michael Cuesta.
According to Deadline, the series is written by Chuck MacLean (Boston Strangler) and is based on an original idea by Ben Affleck. City on a Hill is set in the early 1990s Boston when “the city was rife with violent criminals emboldened by local law enforcement agencies in which corruption and racism was the norm, until it suddenly all changed.”
Showtime’s City on a Hill Casting Call
How to apply:
Grant Wilfley Casting is seeking the following for Showtime TV series, “City On A Hill”: SAG-AFTRA/NON-UNION Caucasian Teen Boys, 13-15, to portray early 1990s Teens Playing Hockey
PLEASE DO NOT SUBMIT IF YOUR CHILD HAS ALREADY WORKED THIS SEASON/BEEN FIT/CONTACTED FOR ANOTHER SCENE!!!
Your child will need to attend a wardrobe fitting this Weds 6/5 in Brooklyn
Scene is schedule to shoot Thursday 6/6 and they will be paid the Special Ability Rate ($180/8hr)
***Must be ok with atmospheric smoke.
If interested/available please email in to [email protected] and change subject line to read “FB, Hockey Teen” and include in the body of the email the following info:
-Name and age of your child
-Union Status of your child
-Current photo of your child
-Confirm Valid NY Work Permit
-Confirm Trust Account set up
-All wardrobe sizes: Height, Weight, Clothing Size, Shoe
-Please note comfortable working interior/exterior scenes
-Please note comfortable working around atmospheric smoke
-Confirm avail for fitting date Weds 6/5
-Confirm full avail for work date Thurs 6/6
-List your child’s roller or ice hockey experience
-What forms of ID they can provide to fill out I-9 paperwork
PLEASE DO NOT SUBMIT IF YOUR CHILD ALREADY WORKED OR BEEN CONTACTED ABOUT ANOTHER ROLE/SCENE THIS SEASON!!
Please do not apply, if you are not local or if you do not fit the description.
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