Extras casting in Oakland and Los Angeles for feature film 'Moneyball' starring Brad Pitt

Brad Pitt to portray general manager Billy Beane of Oakland A's
Photo: W.W. Norton & Company Inc.

The production company for the Columbia Pictures feature film 'Moneyball' is seeking local SF Bay Area SAG and Non-Union adults, 18 years old and above to appear in the film as background actors. Shooting on the film will be mostly nights between July 26, 2010 – August 5, 2010 in Oakland. There will also be extras casting in Los Angeles for the scenes filmed there.

To sign up to be an extra in Moneyball, please visit the following website:

This production is the film adaptation of the winning novel, “Moneyball” by Michael Lewis.

Production Companies:

Do NOT send photos and resumes to the production companies (they will most likely end up in the trash can), they do not cast the films. They hire casting directors who sort through the thousands of submissions.

Moneyball Production Office
Sony Studios
10202 Washington Blvd.
Robert Young Building
Room 3700
Culver City, CA 90232

Columbia Pictures
10202 W. Washington Blvd.
Culver City, CA 90232

Michael De Luca Productions
10202 W. Washington Blvd.
Culver City, CA 90232

Scott Rudin Productions
500 S. Buena Vista Street
Old Animation Bldg.
Room 2H
Burbank, CA 91521

Principal Actor Casting (Completed):

Francine Maisler
10202 W. Washington Blvd.
Sidney Poitier Bldg.
Suite 3200
Culver City, CA 90232

Extras Casting (Los Angeles):

Chris Bustard
Central Casting
220 S Flower Street
Burbank, CA 91502
Do not send photos and resumes to Chris at Central.
You must register in person.
Registration Info: (818) 562-2755

Producers: Michael De Luca, Scott Rudin, Rachael Horovitz, Greg Jacobs

Director: Bennett Miller

Starring: Brad Pitt, Jonah Hill, Philip Seymour Hoffman, Robin Wright


Billy Beane, general manager of MLB's Oakland A's and protagonist of Moneyball, had a problem: how to win in the Major Leagues with a budget that's smaller than that of nearly every other team. Conventional wisdom long held that big name, highly athletic hitters and young pitchers with rocket arms were the ticket to success. But Beane and his staff, buoyed by massive amounts of carefully interpreted statistical data, believed that wins could be had by more affordable methods such as hitters with high on-base percentage and pitchers who get lots of ground outs. Given this information and a tight budget, Beane defied tradition and his own scouting department to build winning teams of young affordable players and inexpensive castoff veterans. Hill will play Beane's statistics-savvy assistant Paul De Podesta.