Auditions for Kids Say The Darndest Things on ABC

10/14/2019

Kids Say The Darndest Things is now casting.

The show is back and looking for more outspoken kids who say… well, the darndest things.

Is your kid super smart? Is your child opinionated with a quick answer for just about any question asked? Is your child outgoing and maybe even quite funny at times?  If so, the ABC series “Kids Say The Darndest Things” may want to hear all about your opinionated kid.  The show is now holding auditions for kids that are between the ages of 6 and 11 in some specific cities to appear on the popular ABC show.

Those wanting their kids to tryout for Kids Say The Darndest Things may submit their audition online.  The show has setup a website for parents who would like their kids to be considered for the show.  Please see below for the details.

Tiffany Haddish is back for more episodes and the show is now casting kids in various cities in the United States. For those that have not seen the show, ABC describes it as “A reimagining of the hit series hosted by Tiffany Haddish and featuring real kids and their innocently, entertaining points of view.

See below for the list of cities that the show is casting in.

If your child is a funny, smart, know-it-all with a big personality, casting directors would love to meet them.

Interested?  Here are the details:

Kids that are NOT actors between the ages of 6-11 are encouraged to apply. We want natural spontaneous kids that are funny, opinionated and smart.

Now casting for ABC’s “Kids Say the Darndest Things”
Looking for funny kids ages 6-11 in these cities only:

  • New York
  • Boston
  • Charlotte
  • San Francisco
  • Houston
  • Nashville



11 thoughts on “Auditions for Kids Say The Darndest Things on ABC

  1. Mazzy

    Will there be auditions for Los Angeles? Because that’s where I live and I don’t think my mom is willing to drive to San Francisco.

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  2. David

    Respectfully, I feel you all messed up canning Steve Harvey and I’m just letting you know that.

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  3. LaKacea Smith

    My son loves the show and has begged me to find details on how he can become apart of the show. He has a a lot to say! He is smart, loves math and science, and he thinks he can tell jokes.

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  4. Ashley

    My daughter is 5.5 years old (6 in June 2020) and is very outgoing. From the day she started talking I always joked about how she was made for this show. She always says the most outrageous things and always has me laughing my butt off everyday.

    Would she be able to audition?

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  5. Karla

    My son Damien is 9, he is funny, smart and so darn cute, class clown, in a good way and isn’t afraid to get out there and have fun.

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  6. Jeffrey Wilson II

    Hello I am the proud father of the next Student Ambassador of Kenwood Elementary. My daughter is Indiah W. She was born on Valentine’s Day and she is super smart, nice, outgoing, bossy, funny, silly, caring and only 6. She loves people and hasn’t met a stranger yet. She also a gymnast and makes up her own songs.

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  7. Ashlyn

    It says the child has to be at least 6 but on the episodes, I just watched there were 4 and 5 year olds. My daughter will be 5 in November and she is absolutely perfect for this show!

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  8. marry ,jillian

    I feel like my daughter will want to be on this but the closest place is Charlotte to us at 282.4 mil, so she might not be able to come.

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  9. Miriam Lach

    Hi, I would like my daughter to audition for kids say the darnedest things but we will be in Florida. Will there be auditions here soon? Thanks

    Miriam

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    1. Arian Mackey

      My son would be honored to be on this show and it looks like we missed the Charlotte auditions but can we know when the next one will be in this area so that we could attend. My sons name is Isaiah Mackey Wright he is 10yrs old, he is a scholar, a kind person, super creative and tech savvy. He has dreams of being on tv but plans to be an engineer and inventor.

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