Wednesday, July 30, 2014
Calling all non represented actors!
We are offering a fantastic opportunity for non represented actors to audition for the award winning TV programme The 4 O Clock Club.
We are holding a casting for the roles on the following breakdown (Represented actors please go through your agent, thanks)...
Carson (Young Male)
The school heart throb. Very good looking and very intelligent. Looks like a boy band member. He is confident and sure of himself.
Playing age 15
Sasha (Young Female)
Quite pretty, she is studious and is in love with Carson. Can be a little bit OTT with her affections towards him.
Playing age 14 – 15
Mad Scientist (Adult Male)
He is presenting a poorly conceived, badly attended science based theatre show. It is very light on scientific content and many of the facts are just plain wrong. He probably started out as an actor in TIE and never progressed.
Playing age 37 – 42
Martin Thompson (Young Male)
Fit, tall, slightly edgy year 11. Could possibly be someone over 16 to play down.
He's a Mummy's boy but puts on a heavy masculine act at school. The other kids are genuinely frightened/impressed by him and he has an unapproachable air about him. He's not very intelligent.
Playing age 15 – 16
Mrs Thompson (Adult Female)
Martin's Mum. She is someone really nice. Fussy and overprotective.
Playing age 42 – 45
Sister Dorothy (Adult Female)
Religious school's gym teacher. She's a bit like the gym teacher "Sue from Glee". She's a slightly intimidating nun. Very athletic (under the garb) she won't take any nonsense. The girls play netball in fear of her.
Playing age 45 – 55
Briony (Young Female)
Tall, attends the convent school and plays netball. She's a bit on the posh side.
Playing age 16
Hopkins (Young Female)
Small and nerdy. Obviously not suited to netball.
Playing age 12 – 15
All the above roles will appear in 1 episode (except for Martin Thompson who will appear in 2 Eps). These are paid roles. Please only submit yourself if you fit the role brief and please be clear which role you are submitting yourself for.
To submit yourself for consideration please send a brief breakdown of your acting experience, one natural headshot and your contact details. If you are selected for an audition you will be contacted with further details. Please submit via email to: email@example.com
Friday, July 25, 2014
Nell is best known for her starring role as Chloe in the BBC adaptation of Mr. Stink.
In Series 4, Myrcella's brother Tommen was also recast, the role going from Callum Wharry to Dean Charles-Chapman, star of CBBC's The Revolting World of Stanley Brown.
Jessica Henwick (represented by Tavistock Wood Management) joins the cast playing Nymeria (“Nym”) Sand, the second eldest of the late Prince Oberyn’s bastard daughters. Her mother was an Eastern noblewoman who brought Nym up to be cultured, graceful and deadly with a whip. Jessica starred as Bo in the CBBC series Spirit Warriors, and was a series regular Amy Lang in the third series of BBC legal drama Silk.
The confirmed ensemble cast includes Michael Gambon, Keeley Hawes, Rory Kinnear, Monica Dolan, Rufus Jones, Michele Austin, Julia McKenzie, Keeley Forsyth, Lolita Chakrabarti, and Richard Glover, alongside whom casting director Lucy Bevan has assembled a cast of newcomers for the younger stars.
Gordon & French) stars as Krystal Weedon. 18 year old Abigail, was a pupil at Harrodian School, the same school as EE BAFTA Rising Star nominee George Mackay.
Simona Brown (represented by IAG) plays Gaia Bawden. Simona appeared as Kim in acclaimed BBC Three docudrama Murdered By My Boyfriend, played Jazz in CBBC series Wizards vs Aliens, and earlier this year filmed on Big Talk feature film Man Up.
Joe Hurst (represented by On It Artists) plays Andrew 'Arf' Price. Joe, from Usk, has previously appeared as a guest lead in Casualty, and played Young Pete in Private Peaceful, and filmed Nickelodeon show Camp Orange.
Brian is currently in his third year at The Royal Conservatoire of Scotland and starred as Dale Lomax in ITV1 thriller Prey. Last year Brian was nominated for Best Actor at The Stage Awards for his performance in The Static.
Ria Choony, a pupil at Sylvia Young Theatre School, plays Sukhvinder Jawanda.
The three one-hour part miniseries is written by Sarah Phelps, produced by Ruth Kenley-Letts and directed by Jonny Campbell.
JK Rowling’s The Casual Vacancy has sold more than six million copies worldwide since its publication in 2012.
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