Do you have a kid under 10 years of age? Do you believe that your kid can follow the given directions, bear the camera pressure, and perform according to the scripts? If yes, then do not miss this opportunity.
Showtime’s The Affair has a cool opportunity for experienced kids as well as kids who have never worked on TV screen or performed in a theatre before. Central Casting, the casting company for The Affair, is looking for kids under 10 years of age to work in the upcoming scenes. The casting directors require ‘twins only’ within 4–9 years of age. The filming for these scenes will begin in September.
About The Affair
Alisan Bailey and Noah Solloway meet on Long Island, in a resort town of Montauk. Noah is a successful professional who works as schoolteacher. Noah is also among the alumni of Williams College and has already published a novel. He is also working on his second book. A father of four children, Noah is struggling for his family and does not seek any kind of help from his wealthy father-in-law. Alison has already lost her child and is struggling to put her life together.
The series depicts the impact of extramarital relationships on the lives of married people.
Details and Requirements
The show is currently looking for young kids to work in decent scenes. The casting directors require non-union twin kids. Te required age is 4–9 years. The applicants must have flexible availability throughout September. The selected actors might be required for a few other scenes, which will be filmed in September. It is 1–3 days of paid job.
The applicants must obtain their work permit before applying for the job. The applicants should have their own Trust Account. If you are unable to get either of these then mention it in your email profiles. The casting directors will guide you about opening a Trust Account and getting a work permit.
- Write KIDS NAMES/TWINS in the subject line. It will be highly preferred if kids have facial resemblance.
- Attach at least 3 recent photos of both kids. The photos should be clear and captured in bright light.