- Mary Caldwell For the AJC
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.
Jason Bateman stars in and directs this Netflix series, which focuses on the clandestine world of drug-money laundering. Laura Linney also stars.
What are they looking for?
Waitresses and bartenders – Women and men, age 20-50 and of any ethnicity, are needed. You should have real experience and be a new face. Subject line: “ART BAR.”
Drug processors – Caucasian blue collar-type women, age 18-50, are needed to portray heroin processors on a farm. You should be a new face, but you can also submit if you’ve been a local face (such as in a Blue Cat or strip club scene) or have been booked but haven’t been on camera. Subject line: “FARM.”
When are they filming?
Waitresses and bartenders are filming on March 27 in Atlanta, and drug processors are filming on March 26 in the Canton/Lake Allatoona area.
How much does it pay?
Pay is $100 for eight hours with overtime after that.
How do I submit?
Send an e-mail to email@example.com with the subject line of the role you’re submitting for.
Include current, clear photos – one from the chest up (face) and one from the knees up. You should look the part of the role you’re submitting for, and non-smiling photos are best. Don’t send selfies that show only your head or are from strange angles. If you have professional photos, you’ll also need to send non-professional pictures.
List your first and last name, phone number(s), city and state where you live, email address, age, ethnicity, height and weight. Also include your sizes (men: jacket, collar, sleeve, waist, inseam and shoe; women: dress size, bust/bra/cup, waist, pants and shoe).
If you have acting experience, attach a resume or briefly list your experience. List your bartender or server experience if you’re applying for one of these roles.
Finally, include whichever is applicable: “NEW FACE,” “REPEAT but never used on camera” or “REPEAT local type.”