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Extras Casting Call For TV Series POWERS

Powers-Playstation-TVExtras Casting Call For TV Series POWERS

The winter premiere of PlayStation’s first scripted series Powers is fast approaching and the production is currently seeking extras for 3 days of filming in the Atlanta area. Powers is the TV series adaptation of a comic book series developed by Brian Michael Bendis and Michael Avon Oeming.

Powers centers around two homicide detectives who investigate cases which involve superhero and supervillains in a world where powers are common place. The Show will star Sharlto Copley as Christian Walker, a former superhero turned cop, and Susan Heyward as Deena Pilgrim, a newbie detective assigned to partner with Walker.

Extras casting director, CL Casting, has released a casting call seeking Extras who are available and able to commit to three (3) days of filming. Filming will take place from December 2nd to the 4th and has an early morning call time. If you live in the Atlanta area and are available for these there dates read the casting description below and follow all directions.

Powers TV Series CL Casting is seeking:


Seeking Upscale Men and Women
Upscale attire
Sharp looking
Men and Women
All Ethnicities


 Seeking Men and Women

All Ethnicities

Work Day: Dec 2nd, 3rd and 4th
Must be available ALL THREE DAYS
Location: Atlanta
Interior Day Shoot
Early Morning Call Time

If you fit the description then please email CLCastingcomics@gmail.com
Include 3 pics (head and body) age, ht, wt, and all contact info.
Subject: 3 DAY CALL


A&E Network Casting Singles who want to reunite with Lost Loves!

lost in loveA&E Network Casting Singles who want to reunite with Lost Loves!

A&E Cable network has developed a new documentary series and is now casting people looking to reunite with lost lovers! The new series will help to reconnect people who believe that at one point in their lives they found ‘The One’ and lost them to bad choices or unforeseen circumstances. Whatever the romantic disaster that tore you apart the casting team at A&E what to help you reconnect with that perfect guy or girl that you lost touch with. You no longer have to wonder “what if”, you no longer have to regret losing them, let the team of Lost in Love reunite you and answer those questions that haunt you.

If you appear to be between the ages of 25-40 and would like to take a journey to find a lost love or crush from your past, we want to hear from you!!

Have you lost touch with a love interest and want to reconnect? Do you feel like if you met them now things would be different? Is there someone in your past you had a huge crush on and never had the courage to tell them? Have you searched the internet far and wide, but to no avail?

If your lost love is HARD TO FIND, then we would love to help you relocate him/her on this exciting new television documentary series for a major cable network. We will FIND THEM and help you find the courage to RECONNECT!

PLEASE NOTE: We are NOT looking for friendship or family stories. Must NOT be able to find the person on Social MediaInternational stories are ok!


$1000 for the person selected for the series

lost in love

NBC Show The Mysteries of Laura Casting Kids

NBC Mysteries of Laura

NBC Show The Mysteries of Laura Casting Kids between the ages of 6 and 10 for a Carnival Scene in the New York Area.

The new NBC hit shot The Mysteries of Laura starring Emmy Award winner Debra Messing is currently filming the remainder of season 1 in the New York Area. Debra Messing stars as chaotic and messy Laura Diamond, a homicide detective who trusts her gut to solve homicide mysteries thrown her way. She is a soon to be single mother of rambunctious twin boys who keep her on her toes. Her soon-to-be ex husband is the captain at her precinct who tries and fails to help Laura get a handle on the boys. Diamond plays a very fragile balancing game between her demanding career and motherhood.

The casting team of Grant Wilfley casting in New York released a casting call for kids between the ages of 6 and 10 to portray classmates of Laura’s sons. The scene will be a carnival scene and will be filmed Thursday. The casting team is seeking children who local to the Tri-State area and are available for filming tomorrow November 20th.

Parents or Guardians if your child is available for tomorrows shoot please read the casting call below and follow its instructions.

The Mysteries of Laura - Season 1

Seeking NON UNION Kids ages 6-10 to portray classmates attending a holiday school carnival for work on Mysteries of Laura.

The shoot date is Thursday, November 20th in NYC. Must be from the tri state area.

If available and interested, please email mysteries@gwcnyc.com with the following information: Name, phone#, SAG-AFTRA or NON UNION, Age of actor, and whether or not you have the work permit and trust account set up.

Please also attach a current candid picture. Subject line of the email should say “FACEBOOK CARNIVAL”.

Tips for a Perfect Audition

Audition TipTips for a Perfect Audition

 Be Prepared

When you walk into the audition room be confident. This is your time to make a great impression and shine.  Your audition begins the moment you open that door so stand tall, smile, keep a steady voice tone, remember to keep eye contact but don’t stare, and be ready to listen to the directors and follow instructions.

Most importantly are you prepared with your lines? Did you look over the script and memorize the role you are auditioning for? Whether it is a side that was provided for you prior to the audition, a monologue you prepared or a side handed to you when you checked in for the audition make sure that you are familiar with it. Knowing your lines gives you an edge over the other actors auditioning for the same part.

The Audition Room

There are a few things you want to remember when you enter the audition space.

  1. You Do Not want to waste any time on introduction. Don’t ask the auditors who they are and what they do. Keep it very light and simple, say hello.
  2. Look for your mark. Prior to auditions the directors choose a spot in the space where you will need to stand. Look for the giant X, which usually marks the spot.
  3. Then you will slate for the camera.
  4. While doing your monologue or side do not engage the auditors or use them in your monologue. The only exception is if you are asked to read with someone. Remember that they are there to evaluate your ability as an actor.
  5. You do not have to stand on the X for the entire audition. The entire space is your for the duration of your audition, use it wisely and move around.

Slating Properly

Slating means to tell the auditors who you are and what part you are auditioning for. When you enter the room the casting director will tell you how they want you to slate. They may ask you to simply Slate your name or to Slate your name and the role you are playing.

  1. Follow the director’s instructions.
  2. Look straight into the camera state your name and the role you are playing. Give any other information the director requested from you.
  3. Do not rush through this. Speak clearly and legibly.
  4. After stating your name and the information requested you will give ‘profile’ views to the camera. Simply turn to the left, then turn back to the camera and then turn to the right.
  5. You may be asked to stand still so that they are able to pan the camera up and down to get a clear full body shot. Follow directions and stand still.

Deliver Your Audition

Take a deep breath and jump right into your character. If you make a mistake keep going, the director may not have realized that you made a mistake at all. Use your nerves to fuel your character. Make sure that you are familiar with the piece.

Sometimes the director will provide a ‘side’ (usually a piece from the script) prior to the audition. Read the piece in its entirety and find a way to connect with the character.  Do the same if you are provided the side at the audition, this is considered a cold reading. You will be given a few minutes before your audition try to find a nice quiet place and go over the script and most importantly your lines.

Do not rush through your audition try to use breaks (small pauses) and action to keep you steady. Your audition piece should be clearly understood and delivered with conviction. Do not break character.

Time Limit

The universal time for an audition is normally two to three minutes long, unless otherwise specified by the director or casting team. Use your time wisely but do not exceed your time. Be respectful of everyone’s time.

If you are asked to stop it is not a reflection of your abilities. It doesn’t mean that you were bad or that they didn’t like you it simply means that they have a schedule to keep.

And Scene

End the audition on a good note. Thank the director and his team for their time and for giving you this opportunity. Shake their hands and walk confidently out of the room.

Casting Ex-couples for a New Dating Series Ex-scape to Paradise

exscape to paradise

Do you think you know the perfect person your ex belongs with? Do you trust your ex’s judgment about the person you should be with? Do you think that you can pick the right person for each other? A new dating reality series is giving you the perfect opportunity to play match-maker for your ex. It may not have worked out between the two of you but that does not mean that you don’t know what your ex desires in the perfect date.

Doron Ofir Casting presents an opportunity and are casting ex-couples for a new dating series to embark on a quest to find new love. Some of the best friendships are forged out of a previous love relationship. Now that you and your ex are single…who better to help you find new love than your old love? No one knows you better than your ex. And even though they may not have been right for you, you know they’ll be perfect for someone else. Together you will join other ex couples in the most exotic and adventurous dating and romance television series ever.

As ex’s you’ll know what you like and what you don’t; who you’ll talk to, who you won’t. You understand what gets under each other’s skin; so let them help your new romance begin!

Seeking men and women nationwide who are at least 28-42 years old and their exes for a chance to find love again. If you think you and your ex are perfect to find love for each other, apply now at exscapecasting.com.

Do you think you and your ex can handle going on an exotic dating adventure to find each other’s soul mates?

Pack your baggage and Ex-scape to Paradise!

Fill out an application at: www.exscapecasting.com

Preparing Your Acting Résumé

Acting ResumeHow to Prepare Your Acting Résumé

If you are pursuing a career in acting it is important that you have a resume. A résumé is the representation of you; this is true when pursuing any job or career. The information provided must be accurate and honest because if a director finds out that you have lied about working on a project it will cost you the role and any future roles. The acting industry is a very small world and word does get around. Putting together a winning résumé is quite easy, provided below are a few easy steps in achieving this. Continue reading “Preparing Your Acting Résumé” »