Open casting call issued for 'Drop Dead Diva' and untitled feature film

by Staff Reports / news@newnan.com

Marinella Hume Casting Inc. announced Monday that they are in search of paid background talent for the Lifetime cable network series “Drop Dead Diva” and an “unnamed” full length feature film shooting in February.

The open casting call is for ages 18 and over and will take place between 8 a.m. and 1 p.m. on Jan. 4 at 105 St. Stephens suite “D” in the Southcrest Bank Shopping Plaza in Tyrone — located in front of the Legacy Theatre.

The agency is seeking experienced stand-ins with a resume, headshot and are seeking the following attributes:

• Female model types — tall, leggy and fashionable. Men — fashionable with runway flair. Beverly Hills lawyer types with upscale wardrobe. Blonde and brunette men and women with healthy tans, defined jawlines and a prominent appearance.

• Real medical staff: EMT, nurse, doctor and also real police and military personnel. Twins, redheads and unique looking facial features. African-American men and women with 1970s period, natural hair. Women that are classic looking in their appearance with flawless skin and specifically seeking people of mixed ethnicity.

Seeking all types 18 years and over.

The company will be taking photos so representatives encourage those planning to attend to arrive dressed in thier best fashionable upscale event outfit. Both men and women are asked to have hair and makeup as camera ready as possible. Men are encouraged to use hair product.

They also request that those attending know their clothing measurements including hat and neck, waist, inseam, shoe, jacket and dress size.

For those who cannot attend, registration is offered on the new website, www.marinellahumecasting.com . Pay attention to photos and the “how-to” section.

Talent must and be legally eligible to work in Atlanta and in the United States, representatives said.



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