Casting Calls

Looking for child talent? Need moms or families for your production? You’ve come to the right place – a community of fun and diverse families who love to get involved.

Need some people? Send the details to [email protected].

There is no charge to post for casting calls. Simply send the details about who you need to make your production amazing!

Casting Calls

WorkerBee Wedding Dresses Show
New global TV show filming in NYC helping people find their dream wedding dress – free VIP bridal experience.
To apply: email: [email protected], WhatsApp: 347-707-2587, or www.wbtv.uk/takepart.
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Need some room in your closet? In the NY Tristate? Renewing your vows?  ❤️ apply for this sweet heart felt show ‘Second chance dresses’
Apply here www.wbtv.uk/takepart tell’m Paige sent’ya any questions or thoughts? email me at [email protected]

‘Soup’ Student Film

Casting for a student film set in 1854 about a witch.

Seeking females ages 5-10. Shoots early April in the Historic Richmond Town (transportation provided). More info HERE.

Untitled Oxygen Show

Filming an untitled Oxygen channel special.

Seeking females ages 5-8. Shoots TBD in New Jersey. More info HERE.

Baby Formula Commercial

Casting two fathers and two babies for a baby formula commercial.

Seeking one to six month old babies and fathers ages 25-45. Shoots one day in late April in the NYC/NJ area. More info HERE.

Baby Model for Diaper Company Promo

Casting for an eco friendly diaper company promo.

Seeking babies around one year of age. Shoots late March in central NJ. More info HERE.

Actors/Models for Film Still Series

Casting actors or models for a photography project.

Seeking males and females ages 0+. Shoots throughout the spring in NYC. More info HERE.

‘Simulacrum’ NYU Film

Casting for an NYU-produced adaptation of Ken Liu’s short story, ‘Simulacrum’.

Seeking Asian females ages 6-10. Rehearses TBD and shoots in May 2020 in NYC and Vermont. More info HERE.

Couples for Behavior Study

Are you in a relationship? You and your partner could earn up to $240 for participating in research on family interactions and health behaviors.  Contact us at [email protected] or call/text us at 646-580-9894 to learn more. You can also check out our website at tiny.cc/FamilyHealthStudy.

Moms for Parent Study

Are you the mother of a 12- to 24- month-old child living in the New York city area? You may be eligible to participate in NYU’s paid study of toddler behavior. Contact us today at [email protected] or call us at 929-263-4666 if you’re interested in learning more! (http://dental.nyu.edu/nyuparentstudy).

Participants for Science of Behavior Change Research (Caregiver-Child)

If you’re a mother of a child ages 18-36 months old, and are interested in contributing to scientific research that could potentially shed light on how to improve and prevent adverse health outcomes in families, contact us at [email protected] or call/text us at 646-580-9894 to learn more. You can also check out our website at tiny.cc/FamilyHealthStudy.

The study pays a total of $240 for your time and help learning about families and health outcomes.

Casting New Season of Supernanny

The original host, Jo Frost, returns as the charming no-nonsense Supernanny ready to help moms and dads everywhere learn the ins and outs of parenting. If you wish that your children would listen better and you could calm the chaos in your household, send an email with the names and ages of parents and children, the issues you would like Supernanny to address, your email, best contact phone number, location, and a few recent pictures of your family to [email protected]

Casting Couples for a NYC Production Company

A NYC production company is now casting fun and outgoing couples who are buying their first home with the financial help of their opinionated mother!

To be considered, contact us at [email protected] along with your names, ages, occupations, location, budget, phone numbers, recent photo and a few sentences about your mom and your dream home.

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