“American Crime” – Hispanic Families with Kids and Other Extras Needed in Austin Texas

09/15/2014

The new TV series “American Crime” is filming season 1 in the Austin area. Brock/Allen Casting in Austin is now taking submissions for some available extra roles this week.

The scenes will be filming this Tuesday and Wednesday and is in need of a young Hispanic couple with children in the age ranges listed below, a Hispanic female age 65+ to play a grandmother and Asian extras ages 50+. For the Hispanic family, casting directors may also consider individuals (not couples) with children. See the details below for child age ranges and submission instructions.

John Ridley’s new TV drama, “American Crime“, takes on the heavy topic of racial tension in America. The show is set in central California where a horrible crime is committed. “American Crime” focuses on a racially charged murder and the trial that follows. The story is examined through the lives of the people involved in the trial and in the community. Ridley wrote the script and is also acting as the shows executive producer. Also producing the series is former ABC Studios exec Michael McDonald .

While the series may be set in Modesto, California, it is actually filmed in Austin. Please only apply if you are local to the Austin, Texas area.

Casting call for John Riddley's "American Crime"

Brock/Allen Casting is Looking For:

Young Hispanic Women, Young Hispanic Men
Ages 25-30 years of age with children (the age range of the children should be infant babies 6mos-12mos [twin babies would be great], 3-4 year old boys, and girls 5-6 years old) to portray family members of one of the show’s characters.

Would like to find a Young Couple with children that fit the age range we are looking for but we will also accept young women or young men with children of that age

Also, would be great if the infant baby were Twins.
You are Needed to be Background Extras for the ABC Television Series “AMERICAN CRIME” on Wednesday September 17, 2014 in Austin, Texas.

The minimum pay for one day of work is $58 and can be as much as $100 (depending on the number of hours you work). Pay is minimum wage for the first eight hours you work and time and a half after eight hours.

Interested parties must have open availability/flexible schedule.
Send your submissions to: AMERICANCRIMEBA@GMAIL.COM
Subject Line: American Crime – Extras for Wednesday September 17, 2014
Please include: Current Photos, Your Names, Your Phone Number, Your Ages, Height, Weight, Availability, City you Live in

Hispanic Females, Ages 65 and older to portray Grandmothers
You are Needed to be Background Extras for the ABC Television Series “AMERICAN CRIME” on Wednesday September 17, 2014 in Austin, Texas.

The minimum pay for one day of work is $58 and can be as much as $100 (depending on the number of hours you work). Pay is minimum wage for the first eight hours you work and time and a half after eight hours.

Interested parties must have open availability/flexible schedule to work on as an Extra.
Background Extras will be provided Food and Drinks during the day.

Send your submissions to: AMERICANCRIMEBA@GMAIL.COM

Subject Line: American Crime – Hispanic Grandmas – Wednesday September 17, 2014
Please include: Current Photo, Your Name, Your Phone Number, Your Age, Height, Weight, Availability, City you Live in

people of Asian ethnicity, ages 50 and up, Male and Female
Background Extras on Tuesday September 16, 2014 in Round Rock, Texas for the Television Series “American Crime”
The minimum pay for one day of work is $58 and can be as much as $100 (depending on the number of hours you work). Pay is minimum wage for the first eight hours you work and time and a half after eight hours.
** Interested parties must have open availability/flexible schedule to work as an Extra. **
Send your submissions to: AMERICANCRIMEBA@GMAIL.COM
Subject Line: American Crime – Extra for Tuesday September 16, 2014
Please include: Current Photo, Your Name, Your Phone Number, Your Age, Height, Weight, Availability, City you Live in



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