Auditions for Kids, 5 Year Old Boy for Speaking Role on “Let It Snow” in PA

By | January 28, 2015

The movie “Let It Snow” is looking for a 5 year old little boy to join the cast in a speaking role.

There is a great opportunity available for a little boy to land a speaking role in a feature film with an all star cast. The project is looking for a boy described as quirky, chubby and having a character face. This is a role that pays SAG scale to the child who is cast which is $880 a day. Interested parents may follow the below instructions to get their child’s photo and information submitted to the film’s casting directors.

The cast for the Christmas film has just been released and according to the Wrap website has an all star cast which includes Diane Keaton, Alan Arkin, John Goodman, Ed Helms, Anthony Mackie, June Squibb, Marisa Tomei, Olivia Wilde and Amanda Seyfried. “Let It Snow” is filming in the Pittsburgh area and was previously called “The Most Wonderful Time.” Directing the movie is Jessie Nelson (“I Am Sam”) whose script is written by Steven Rogers (“Stepmom”). Since this is a Christmas film, we can most likely expect to see “Let it Snow” in theaters around December 20-15.

Also according to The Wrap, the movie is about a family and their annual Holiday gathering. All does not go as planned and Christmas eve gets a little chaotic making the family realize what is really important about the holiday season… love, laughter and family.

auditions for little boy on "Let It Snow"

Here is the audition notice:

5 year old boy for a speaking part in “Let It Snow”, a major motion picture shooting in Pittsburgh in February or March (starring Diane Keaton, John Goodman, Alan Arkin, Marisa Tomei). Would like him to have a “character” face – chubby, quirky, freckles, glasses. Something a little delightful or special about his look or voice.

Pays SAG scale ($880) for the day. Parents should submit name of the boy, close up photo of his face and a full length shot (if possible) and contact information to Please also include his date of birth and height.

In the subject line please write “5 year old boy”. No phone calls please.
We look forward to hearing from you

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