Casting Consulting – Site Coming Soon
The History Channel is seeking actors of all ages, races, and gender for small, non-speaking roles in re-creations for an exciting documentary TV show. Must have strong abilities in expressive acting, realistic pantomime, etc. This project is non-union and will air on a popular major cable network. There is a small stipend for participation and this is a fabulous resume builder!
Please see the list below of potential characters- if you think you are ideal for one in particular, let us know- BUT if you do not see one that fits you, definitely apply anyway, as the script is still developing and new roles pop up by the hour!
To be considered, please email Brian at firstname.lastname@example.org and send both a headshot and a current, non-professional picture that shows your current hairstyle. Please also send a resume with complete contact information. If you seem like a match, we will contact you and arrange a quick photo-test at our offices in SoHo!
English Soldier – (1800’s)
18th century French Naval officer
Two blond hikers (1980’s)
Edward Scarlett, an optician, thing bald man in his 50’s (1700’s)
Haughty elderly man of military bearing (1800’s)
Edward Kelley, a man with a long, dark forked beard (1500’s)
Victorian Woman (30’s-40’s)
Al Jazari (Ancient Arabic Man)
2 servant girls (1700’s)
Dirty looking boys (1700’s)
Tipsy middle-aged businessman (1800’s)
A Thug (1800’s)
Parisian Boy (1800’s)
Cavemen and Cavewomen
Eleanor Markham, a victorian woman in her 50’s
Miscellaneous castings: Early Man/Woman, Civil War era Men, Georgian Era Men and Women, Spaniards from the 1400’s-1600’s, Mediaval Knights, Roman soldiers, Ancient Hindu Men/Women, Modern day Men/Women/Teenagers.