Tom Cruise’s ‘American Made’ Atlanta Casting Call for Families

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Tom Cruise’s ‘American Made’ is now casting families in Atlanta, Georgia.

Tom Cruise’s new movie American Made is now casting men, women and children to portray a family of four staying in a motel. The scene will take place on Monday, Janaury 30th.

About American Made:

‘Mena’ is based on a true story about Barry Seal, a pilot who, in the 1980s was a gun runner, and drug trafficker who transported contraband for the CIA and Medellin cartel. He was eventually shot and killed in Baton Rouge. The title of the movie comes from Mena, Arkansas where a majority of the drug trafficking took place under the noses of several presidents and governors.

To audition for a role on Tom Cruise’s ‘Tom Cruise’, check out the casting call details below:

Tom Cruise’s ‘Mena’ Open Casting Call

American Made *** filming in Atlanta, GA *** Monday, January 30th
Adult Rate: $64/8
Minor Rate: $120/8
Family – Currently casting men, women and children, any ethnicity, to portray a family of 4 staying in a motel. No modern hairstyles: this scene is set in the early/mid 1980’s. You may submit as a family unit or separately. Children must be at least 6 years old.
Please submit current photo(s) of yourself, your children, your name & phone number to: [email protected] with FAMILY in the subject line.

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