COMEDY SERIES SEEKING UNION / NON-UNION TALENT TO PORTRAY SPECIAL ABILITY ACOUSTIC BASS GUITARIST – CAUCASIAN / MALE / SIZE 50R SUIT COAT *AVAIL TUESDAY, JANUARY 29TH* ACTORS WANTED FOR 2019 CASTING CALLS
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– CONTACT INFO
– UNION / NON-UNION
– RECENT PHOTO
– CURRENT WARDROBE SIZES (SUIT COAT / PANTS)
– VIDEO OF YOU PLAYING ACOUSTIC BASS GUITAR
– NOTE ABOUT YOUR MUSICAL EXPERIENCE
COMEDY SERIES SEEKING UNION / NON-UNION TALENT TO PORTRAY BALD CHILD FOR STILL PHOTO – LATINX OR CAUCASIAN / 10-11 YRS / MALE *AVAILABLE TUES, JANUARY 15* FILMING IN THE NYC AREA.
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Casting Directors at GWCI are seeking non-union talent between the ages of 30 and 50 to portray upscale restaurant patrons this week in NYC.
“Sweetbitter” follows Tess who, shortly after arriving in New York City, lands a job at a celebrated downtown restaurant. Swiftly introduced to the world of drugs, alcohol, love, lust, dive bars and fine dining, she learns to navigate the chaotically alluring, yet punishing life she has stumbled upon.
The modeling industry has been around for many decades and up until recently, it was once thought it was only reserved for the very thin, stereo-typical supermodel that you once saw walking on the runway. In 2019, aspiring models, as well as industry professionals will see many ongoing changes that we’ve seen for the past few years in the way that auditions take place, the type of talent they are scouting and seeking for auditions, as well as how to get scouted by a talent agency.
The digital world has changed the face of models, literally. Many brands, including the world-famous Balmain, has turned to computer animated models for some of their campaigns. Sounds crazy right? Not from a business sense. A model that is signed with a major agency can garnish hundreds, if not thousands of dollars of commissioned pay for a brand, so companies looking to scale back as the decline of retail has effected the whole industry, cutting cost and using CGI models as the new faces could be the new norm. Will they stay longer than 2019 and into 2020 and beyond, who knows…. One thing for sure is that they won’t age a bit!