COUNT ON CARLE

Tapes due 8/5 via Casting Networks by 3:00pm

Audition Information

Please find all notes and audition information below. 

Notes
  • These commercials will roll sound. Feel free to improvise lines if you'd like - you're welcome to talk in this audition.

  • Please note that some roles have slightly different slates.

    • All slates require stating city of residence.​

  • Slates go at the front of your audition. Please do not put them in the middle/at the end. Slates to the front!​

  • The takes with acting can be 10-15s per take. They're moments, not minutes :) 

  • Please upload your audition directly to Casting Networks. 

Character

  • Baby: With the baby in frame, please tell us your name, their name, how old they are, and your city of residence.

  • Farmer

    • Slate: Tell us your name, height, city of residence, and hand slate. Turn profile - ideally this is a full body shot.​

    • Scene: You're in a CPR class, listening to the instructor. Show us a two to three moments of listening with different reactions.

  • Grandma:

    • Slate: Tell us your name, height, city of residence, and hand slate. Turn profile - ideally this is a full body shot.
    • Scene: You're hugging a hospital worker. Please send three different options for hugs with a small moment walking up to them, a greeting, etc.

  • Husband 1Note: This character is shown through his brain surgery process. Talent will need to be willing to have a piece of his head shaved for the makeup artist to apply a brain surgery special effects scar. If you are not willing to shave this piece of your head, please follow the instructions for Husband #2. Production will pay for a haircut after the shoot.

    • Slate: Tell us your name, height, city of residence, and state if you are willing to have a piece of your hair shaved. Turn profile - ideally this is a full body shot.

    • Take One: Listening to your doctor tell you that you have to have brain surgery.

    • Take Two: Struggle with the physical rehabilitation of learning to walk again

    • Take Three: Think of this as a video portrait, looking to camera with a soft, proud smile. Show us your right temple, where the scar is, then look back to camera with a triumphant laugh. 

  • Husband 2

    • Slate: Tell us your name, height, city of residence, and turn profile - ideally this is a full body shot.​

    • Scene: You're in your hospital bed, listening to your wife, as you drift in and out of sleep. Please show us three versions of this.

  • InfantWith the baby in frame, please tell us your name, their name, how old they are, and your city of residence.

  • Mother 1Note: Please feel free to use your actual children if you'd like, otherwise, feel free to mime or use a prop.

    • Slate: Tell us your name, height, city of residence, and hand slate. Turn profile - ideally this is a full body shot.​

    • Take One: Wrapping your baby in their onesie, talk to them and coo, giggle, and play. Hum or sing a song to your baby.

    • Take Two: With your baby in arm, talk to your doctor about new mom concerns.

    • Take Three: You're in labor, breathing, pushing, and screaming (as much as your space will allow.)

  • Mother 2Note: Please feel free to use your actual children if you'd like, otherwise, feel free to mime or use a prop.

    • Slate: Tell us your name, height, city of residence, and turn profile - ideally this is a full body shot.​

    • Scene: You're holding your sick five year old, humming/singing make them feel better. Please show us three versions of this. 

  • Pregnant Woman:

    • Tell us your name, height, city of residence, and hand slate. Turn profile, must be a full body shot.​

    • Either by lifting your shirt or wearing sports bra, please send another full body profile shot with your stomach exposed.

  • Soccer Player:

    • Slate: Tell us your name, age, height, city of residence, and tell us if you have any soccer experience. Turn profile - ideally this is a full body shot.​

    • Scene: You just got fowled on the field. Show us getting up after the injury, your team's doctor coming up to check on you when you're on your feet. 

  • Soccer Coach:

    • Slate: Tell us your name, age, height, city of residence, and tell us if you have any soccer experience. Turn profile - ideally this is a full body shot.​

    • Scene 1: You're explaining the next play to your team on game day.

    • Scene 2: You're cheering your team on from the sidelines.

  • Wife 1 & 2

    • Slate: Tell us your name, height, city of residence, and turn profile - ideally this is a full body shot.​ 

    • Take One: Listen to your husband's doctor tell you both that he has to have brain surgery. Please send two options.​​

    • Take Two: While your husband recovers, you're humming/singing to him while he lulls in and out of sleep. A calm happiness that he's doing better.

  • Young Child: Note: If you'd like to be considered with your child, please slate as well. 

    • Slate: Tell us your name, age, height, city of residence, and turn profile - ideally this is a full body shot.​

    • Scene: A sick five year old being held by his mom, really not feeling well. 

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