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Director: Jon Steckley. Rosco Films has been selected to produce a 4-part video series on Faith and Finances. Each episode will be about 8-10 minutes long.
The series revolves around a local radio station, the Talk Show Host, his Producer and Field Reporter. Each episode will feature a different in-studio guest, callers, and out on the street interviews.
Applicants should be comfortable with improvisational acting and comedic timing.
NOTE: Anyone who applied to our previous casting call (http://www.mandy.com/1/cast3.cfm?v=53365735&terr=caon) for the 3 lead roles you will be considered for any of these roles as well. You do NOT need to apply again.
Please email an up-to-date headshot and resume to: firstname.lastname@example.org. Successful round one applicants will be invited to submit further information.
Apply to: Casting Dept
|Role Name||Gender||Ethnicity||Age Range||Description|
|Michael||Male||Any Ethnicity||51-60||Episode 1 - Guest | (Male) - Age: 50-65 | CEO of the local mustard factory. He is well kept, dressed and always a professional. He loves his community and supports many of its organizations. Despite his outward appearance he doesn't spend money on himself, and takes home an average salary. The Mustard Factory employes many people in the town. Due to the economy Michael has had to layoff almost half the staff. The town is mad at him, but he is doing it to save the company.|
|Nancy||Female||Any Ethnicity||31-40||Episode 2 - Guest | (Female) - Age: 35-50 | General manager of the local Animal Shelter. Nancy is a regular on the local radio station. Each week she brings into the radio station some animals ready for adoption. Her shelter is small and does the best it can, but Nancy is always looking for more money to continue her work. Nancy loves cats.|
|Alex||Male||Any Ethnicity||31-40||Episode 3 - Guest | (Male) - Age: 30-45 | Average joe who lives his life by the YOLO (you only live once) motto. Alex’s father saved every penny he made, in the end his father died without spending any of it … “what kind of a life is that?” though Alex. Not wanting to follow in his father footsteps Alex lives his life day to day, spending money on everything and anything! He has at least 10 credit cards and just keeps cycling through them. He has bad credit, and under his YOLO exterior he isnt happy (Money cant buy happiness) - Also appears shortly in Episode 1.|
|Hector||Male||Any Ethnicity||31-40||Episode 3 - Guest | (Male) - Age: 30-45 | Accountant at mustard factory, financially conservative. In his youth his mother lost her job and they had nothing. Because of this Hector lives within his means and sets aside money each month to put into savings. We find out at the end of the episode that Hector works at the Mustard Factory and is being laid off. Hector isnt worried, he has savings -- in contrast to Alex who lives on bad debt.|
|Allison||Female||Any Ethnicity||25-30||Episode 4 - Guest | Alison (Female) - Age: 25-30 | Public relations representative of the mustard factory. fresh out of university. daughter of Michael the CEO. Fresh out of school Alison has taken a position at her fathers mustard company. With the factory closing and the town up in arms it is Alisons job to restore the companies image. Alison helps to humanize her father to the listeners, she provides insight into how he lives. We dont want to make CEOs the villain, Alison helps to show the human side of Michael.|