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Now casting: Mark Wahlberg film seeking stand-ins

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. 

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‘Instant Family’

Mark Wahlberg will star in this Paramount comedy and will also serve as co-producer. The film is about a couple who adopts through the foster care system and finds themselves raising three wild kids, according to Variety.

What are they looking for?

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Adult stand-ins age 18 and over are needed for the film’s child actors. Men and women are needed, and you should be Hispanic or Caucasian and have darker hair. You’ll need to be 4’5”-5’2” and have a slim/slender build.

Stand-in, theater or set experience is preferred but isn’t mandatory.

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When are they filming?

Interviews will be held on Feb. 20, and you’ll need to be available full time from March 1-May 14 and be prepared to work almost every day.

How much does it pay?

Pay is $22 for the interview and $154 for 12 hours with overtime after that on each workday.

How do I submit?

Send an e-mail to  projects1@tscasting.com with “FAMILY KID STANDIN” in the subject line. 

Include current, clear photos of yourself – one from the shoulders up and one from the knees up. Your current body frame and hair color should be shown.

Also submit your first and last name, phone number(s), city and state where you live, email address, age, ethnicity, height and weight. List or attach a resume if you have any stand-in, theater or set experience.

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