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“American Animals” Starring Evan Peters Needs Extras/Stand-Ins

“American Animals” Starring Evan Peters Needs Extras/Stand-Ins Charlotte, NC Until 02/01/17 “American Animals” Extras Casting Call The unbelievable but mostly true story of four young men who mistook their lives for a movie and attempted one of the most audacious heists in US history; “American Animals” takes the thrill of the heist genre and turns it inside out, blurring the line between truth and fiction in a wild story of money, movies and the search for meaning. Filming to begin in February. All Ages, All Races & All Types Needed. Those submitting to work as Extras or Stand Ins should be from the general area, within a short driving distance or willing to work as a local hire. No housing, travel, gas bumps will be given. We are asking those submitting to please snap a CURRENT PHOTO of yourself. This photo can be taken with your cell phone. We need a recent photo that currently reflects you, your hair color, style and hair length as well as any facial hair you may have. Submissions should include 2 current photos (one full length & one close up). Submissions for this project must include ALL information listed below in order to be processed. Failure to include all information will delay your submission process: -2 Current Photos (one full length & one close up); -Name, (if a minor-parents name should be included as well); -Age; -Cell Phone Number; -Height/Weight; -Complete Clothing Sizes; -Men-Jacket, Dress Shirt -Neck & Sleeve, Casual Shirt -such as T-shirt ...

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How to Become a Movie Extras, Actors, and Models

As a film extra, actors, models, you’ll make some easy money, get a chance to see movie making up close, and perhaps become immortalized on screen. Here’s how to get a gig. Get a theatrical headshot made. You don’t need to spend hundreds of dollars on photos just for extra work. Like the name implies, a headshot is a photo that focuses on your face. Head and shoulders are fine or you can send a photo that is from the waist up. It doesn’t have to be a professional photo; you can have a friend to take a picture of your face with a digital camera and blow it up to 8” x 10″ if the agency requests a hard copy. Contact local photographers and get quotes. Don’t just rely on the rates posted on the web-site. Because your needs are fairly straight forward, you may be able to get a great theatrical headshot done affordably. Have them printed up as needed. You’ll probably change your headshot every few months. Try to look appropriate in your headshot. Don’t send anything overly suggestive, or too casual. Make sure your hair is styled and your makeup appropriately applied. Consider having your makeup professionally done. You don’t have to spend a lot but a makeup artist will know how to give you a natural look that won’t look underdone in photos with flash. Ask them to show you how it was done so you can recreate the look. If your home collection of ...

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