Are you ready to make your mark on Atlanta’s film and TV industry? Are you the next Tyler Perry? ATL is in need of young stars. Check out the Peach City’s latest casting call for your chance at fame.
Reba McEntire pilot
The ABC drama stars Reba McEntire, and Marc Cherry, the creator of “Desperate Housewives,” is developing the script. McEntire portrays the sheriff of fictitious Oxblood, Kentucky, and the story begins with an act of terrorism at a Fourth of July parade.
What are they looking for?
Several roles are being filled:
- Bikers: Men and women who look like real bikers, complete with the right attire and motorcycles. Include a photo of your motorcycle with your submission.
- Teen Beauty Queens: Girls age 15-17 who have beautiful pageant looks. Include a photo of yourself in your best attire and with full pageant hair and makeup.
- Baton Twirlers: Girls age 12-16 years who are experienced baton twirlers. Include a photo of you with your baton and wearing your best performance outfit.
- Cowboy dad and toddler: A real father-child duo, with the dad in his 30s to 40s and able to portray a cowboy. The child should be eight to 24 months old, and a photo of the two of you together should be submitted.
- Rural country vehicles: “Beater” cars or trucks that you might see in a small rural town. Include a photo of your car or truck when you submit.
When are they filming?
Filming will be in Atlanta, but dates have not yet been announced.
How much does it pay?
Pay hasn’t been announced.
How do I submit?
Send an e-mail to umc@central casting with the name of the role you’re submitting for in the subject line. Include requested photos and your contact information.
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