The feature film "American Animals" is accepting email submissions from people interested in working on the film as fully paid extras and featured background performers. The story for "American Animals" takes place in 2004, and Tona B. Dahlquist Casting is especially looking for people with clothing from that era, and vehicles from that era. Shooting will run from February 6th through April 5, 2017.
The film stars two-time Young Artist Awards nominee Evan Peters, and centers on four young men who mistake their lives for a movie, and attempt one of the most audacious heists in United States history. BAFTA Award winner Bart Layton is directing from an adapted screenplay that he wrote based on a true story. 1st AD is Rod Smith. Dimitri Doganis and Mary Jane Skalski are producing. Executive producers are Daniel Battsek, Len Blavatnik, Darren M. Demetre, Aviv Giladi, Ben Giladi, David Kosse, Sam Lavender, Tory Metzger.
"American Animals" North Carolina Casting Call
To be considered, all actors and extras must be legally eligible to work in the entertainment industry in North Carolina. You can find eligibility and work permit information in the North Carolina Actors Resource Guide eBook.
All ages and types of people are needed, any ethnicity. Upscale/Preppy, Character Faces, Working Class, Students (College and High School). Artsy/Edgy, University Professor/Faculty, Landscapers, Dutch, Police Officer/Swat, Families, Frat Boys Jocks/Soccer Team, Senior Citizens, Bartenders/Wait Staff and more. Shooting will take place in the Charlotte, NC and surrounding areas. Those interested should live within a short driving distance. All extras will be paid.
Applications should be sent by email to firstname.lastname@example.org. The heading should include ethnicity, gender, age, city and state. (Example: Asian Female, 25, Charlotte, NC.) Submissions should also include two current photos (one full-length, one closeup), name, phone number, age, height and weight, clothing sizes, vehicle information (color/make/year/model).