TV Show Casting Kids Nationwide!

TV Show Casting Kids Nationwide!

KIDS FLYER

Pitman Casting is holding a nationwide casting. Some details are below however you muct visit the casting website to submit your application!

WHAT THEY ARE LOOKING FOR:

Kids ages 5 to 10 years old who are fun, funny, opinionated, talkative, inquisitive and smart.

If you think your child would have been great on a show like “Kids Say The Darndest Things,” fill out the application and shoot a 3 to 5 minute video.

TIPS FOR THE VIDEO:

Here are some tips to think about when making your video. Videos should be no longer than 5–minutes in length.

  • They want to get to know your child’s personality. If you come from a unique region or area of the country, talk about where you’re from, have it be a part of your video. If you live on a farm, they want to see farm animals outside in the background. Give a real sense of who your child is.

 

For more details please view the application here!

Good Luck!

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Los Angeles: Babies wanted for TV Projects!

Los Angeles: Babies wanted for TV Projects!

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COOl CASTING For LA BABIES!

Babies needed from newborn  to 1 year old for a few television projects. Prefer twins or triplets, but will look at individual babies as well to work on two projects within the next few weeks.
 
Seeking mixed ethnicity such as African American, Caucasian, also Latin, and Caucasian separate.
 
Must live in or around the Los Angeles area.
If the babies already have entertainment work permits that is a plus. (If not, production will help with the process if the babies are selected)
 
Great opportunity for babies to appear on popular TV series.
Individual babies would make $200 and twins or triplets $250 a day.
To Submit: Send the most current photo of the babies, along with
  • name,
  • date of birth,
  • weight, &
  • height

 to jeffolancasting@yahoo.com – Be sure to put “Baby actor” in subject.

Raising a Star: Meet Keke Palmer’s Mom

Raising a Star: Meet Keke Palmer’s Mom

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Keke Palmer, at just 22 is a huge yet humble star. With her current role in Scream Queens and her recent role in Grease:Live, she is definitely in demand. For a girl in her position one would wonder if all the attention has gone to her head. That’s where her mom and manager Sharon Palmer comes in. She tells the February issue of Family Circle what it is like to raise a child star and how Keke has managed to stay grounded through it all.

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SAG has a new home for Young Performers

SAG has a new home for Young Performers

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The Screen Actors Guild Has New Home on the Web for Young Performers

Does your child have his SAG-Aftra card? Perhaps he has a few waivers and is approaching a “must join” status. The Screen Actors Guild has a great new place for young performers to get information and resources about being a part of the union.

There are answers to frequently asked questions, news and industry updates and behind the scenes videos.

One of the coolest features is an interactive animation of a set that describes all the production people as well their names and roles.

Check it out with your little performer and bookmark the site so he can visit it often!

For more information visit:
http://www.youngperformers.sagaftra.org

Mall Modeling Scams – How Interface Played on the Dreams of Parents and Children

Mall Modeling Scams – How Interface Played on the Dreams of Parents and Children

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If you have a child and you have been to the mall you most likely have been approached by a model scout who thinks your child has what it takes to be a star. Have you ever wondered if these companies are legit?

Check out this undercover investigation about Interface Talent from ABC’s 20/20 Confessions series. Watch as a mom and daughter go through the process of being scouted in the mall and get a crash course on how easy it is to be emotionally lured by fame and stardom despite feeling uneasy about sky high charges and countless (and often empty) promises.

View: Part 1 of this investigation –
http://abcnews.go.com/video/embed?id=30096841
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View Part 2 : Former Interface Employee Says Many Parents Felt ‘Blindsided’
http://abcnews.go.com/video/embed?id=30096923
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Take Away* If you are asked for money upfront to get work – whether it be for photos or classes or “exposure” – buyer beware – Agencies get paid when they get YOU work…not the other way around. Put your checkbook down and decline!

via How Interface Played on the Dreams of Parents and Children Video – ABC News.