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Now casting: ‘Stranger Things’ seeking swimmers

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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‘Stranger Things’

The Netflix sci-fi series is a popular hit and has been nominated for five Emmys this year, including drama series, outstanding directing and outstanding writing. Stars Millie Bobby Brown and David Harbour have also been nominated for their performances.

What are they looking for?

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Men and women age 18 and up and of any ethnicity are needed for a 1980s water scene. You should be OK with swimming if needed and with wearing a swimsuit. Ideally, you’ll have no tattoos, but if you have a small one, you can still apply.

Men’s hair must be at least 3” long all around and should all be the same length with no fades or sharp edges. The only “trendy” cut you can have is bangs, layers, a mullet, etc. Casting would rather your hair be too long than too short, since hairstylists can trim/cut your hair the way it will be needed for the show.

Women should have shoulder length or shorter hair with a natural color. Traditional highlights are OK on a case-by-case basis. You must be open to cutting your hair and possibly changing the style. Layers and bangs are best.

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When are they filming?

All roles will film in the Atlanta area on Sept. 9.

How much does it pay?

Pay is $78 for eight hours.

How do I submit?

Go here to apply: https://www.castingtaylormade.com/calender/9-10-2018

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