If you are serious about your acting career, you need to land a talent agent to represent you. You also need to submit your photos and resumes to casting directors who audition actors. You need to study acting with the best coaches. You need the proper paperwork and permits to be able to work in the many locations that filming takes place these days. You need the best headshots that you can afford, because your headshots are your calling-card to the industry. I highly recommend getting the 2014 Actors Resource Guide eBooks which have comprehensive listings of the top talent agents, casting directors, acting teachers and schools, headshot photographers and photo duplication services, work permits and visa information and applications, and much more important lists and information. The eBooks are available for many locations in the United States, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, and the United Kingdom.

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Casting call seeking Co-Hosts for Gay Life Television

Gay Life Television is holding the following open casting call this Friday, July 11, 2014...

Open Casting Call - GLTV Cohosts Positions 

Gay Life Television will be holding an open casting call Friday July 11th at our studios on 4111 Penn Avenue in Pittsburgh, PA! The casting call will be for a new drag show we will be producing called "The Nomi Show" ( We will be looking for two roles:

Cohost 2 (25-90): A woman, preferably not in the drag scene. I need personality, perhaps a little brash and uncouth. I'm looking for my Edith Massey.

Cohost 3 (20-90): A drag queen who will be playing a different character every episode. Versatility and comedy chops are a must.

Improv skills are nice but this is a scripted show, so your ability to read a script is what we're looking for.

Think you got what it takes? Then call or text 4159130177 for a specific audition time and we will send you your sides.

Additionally, if you cannot make it to the audition time, digital submissions are acceptable as long as they are turned in by July 11 to

Extras casting calls for feature film 'Captain Fantastic'

The feature film Captain Fantastic is now shooting in the State of Washington. The casting directors are seeking extras. 


Here are the current casting needs:

FEATURE FILM: Captain Fantastic
DATE: Tuesday, July 22, 2014
LOCATION: East Snohomish County area (east of Monroe/Duvall)
PRELIMINARY CALL TIME: 7:30am (times may change)
COMPENSATION FOR EACH BACKGROUND EXTRA: Minimum wage per hour, 8 hour guarantee, time on set depends on age of minors.
AVAILABILITY: Please have all day availability

Must be legal to work in the U.S.
Must have reliable transportation.

Minors need to be accompanied by a parent/guardian on set.

Parents of minors need to provide a birth certificate or passport for the child ahead of time and fill out paperwork immediately if booked.




20s to very early 30s


male or female
MUST be at least 3 years old.
(Ideally a 3 and 5 year old)

Young mother and children can be a real mom with her own children or a background extra portraying a mom. The two children could also be from different families.


If you are interested and available please send name, contact information (including phone number), (name of parents if you are submitting children), age of children and current photos.


Please put in the subject line of the email: YOUNG FAMILY AT SUPERMARKET

All talent MUST be legally eligible to work in the state of Washington and in the United States.

The 2014 Seattle Actors Resource Guide eBook includes the information and documents for adults, minors, and foreign talent who would like to work as an actor or extra on film and television productions in Seattle and the United States:

• Seattle Child Work Permit Information
• State of Washington Parent-School Authorization Form
• State of Washington Variance Application
• USA Child Actor Work Permit Requirements
• USA Immigration Work Permits and Visas
• Non-Immigrant USA Visa Application

In addition to the following Seattle Actors Resources:

• Seattle Casting Directors List
• Seattle Extras Casting Directors List
• Seattle Talent Agents List
• General Talent Agent Information
• Seattle Headshot Photographers List
• Headshot Duplication Services
• Seattle Area Acting Schools and Classes
• Summer Performing Arts Camps
• Audition Tips
• How To Make an Audition Video
• Sample Actors Resume
• Sample Beginning Actors Resume
• Sample Cover Letters
• Entertainment Industry Terminology
• Miscellaneous Seattle Resources
• Seattle Performers Unions and Guilds
• PDF Users Guides

All 2014 Actors Resource Guide eBooks are available here.

FILM SYNOPSIS: In the forests of the Pacific Northwest, a passionate father is so devoted to teaching his six children how to live, be free, and survive in the world that he has moved them deep into the forests of the Pacific Northwest. He spends his days teaching them combat skills, training them like professional athletes, homeschooling them in a rigorous classical education, and introducing them to the beauty of the natural world. However, when he is forced to leave their self-created paradise and confront the real world, he begins a journey that challenges his unorthodox parenting.


Ok, so here are 5 things that YOU can do to land more auditions through your talent agent:

1) Create Your Own Content -

2) Have the BEST headshots that you can possibly have! -

3) Do plays, community theater and INVITE agents and casting directors to your performances. And PLEASE send them FREE tickets -

4) Promote the living daylights out of yourself with TOP Paid Press releases for your work! -

5) Join SAG-AFTRA and attend the SAG-AFTRA events, volunteer with as many union committees as time allows, and sign up for the Casting Access Project (CAP)! -

DO these things and give your agent more tools that they can use to land you MORE auditions! And just remember that being signed with a legit (Association of Talent Agents ATA) agent is not something to be taken for granted. It is VERY hard to find an agent that will go-to-bat for you. IF you give your agent a few tools that they can use, they WILL work harder for you. Agents WANT to make money, and they WANT you to get booked. Do your own footwork, and your agent will work harder for you. Submit YOURSELF for everything that you can find! When you audition, BE the best that you can be, and leave NOTHING on the table. That way, you can not lose. Acting is a job that you must land. It is not up to your agent to get you the job, but rather it is up to YOU to get the job. Your agent is only someone who is trying to get you auditions. YOU are your own commodity, and it is YOUR job to land the role! Now go out there and land the role!

Open casting call in Fairbanks, Alaska for Treehead Films 'Feels Good to be a Good Person'

Treehead Films in conjunction with the University of Alaska Fairbanks Department of Theatre & Film is casting for the film "Feels Good to be a Good Person."

There will be two casting calls. The first will be on May 3 from 1 to 4 p.m., and the second will take place on May 5 from 5 to 8 p.m. at the University of Alaska Fairbanks Fine Arts Complex Regents Great Hall.

Directors are looking for people to fill the following roles:

Raven - a 31-year-old, beautiful, pissed-off Alaska Native woman.

Two Bootleggers - ages 25 to 65-years-old. Any ethnicity, but tough looking. Tattoos and piercings are a plus and ideally bootleggers would look like they're in a biker gang. Only one of them actually has a line.

Old Tourist Man - between the ages of 65 and 85 years old. You must also be able to drive an RV.

Old Tourist Woman - between the age of 65-85 years old. The perfect candidate will also possess a withering glare of disapproval.

Waitress - between the ages of 45-65 years-old and can be deadpan funny.

Bartender - Any age, any ethnicity. Just an interesting face.

Girl one - between the ages of 25-30 years old, Alaska Native and pretty.

Girl two - between the ages of 25-30 years old, any ethnicity and pretty.

Dudes one and two - between the ages of 25-45 years old, any ethnicity, tough looking. Biker gang look is a plus.

Anyone interested in auditioning should email or (Subject "AUDITION") or call (907) 474-5090. Anyone under 18 years old looking to audition must be accompanied by a legal guardian or parent. The film will be shot in Fairbanks June 2 - 12.