Here’s a great opportunity for FEMALES WITH DISABILITIES (ages 15-25) to appear as a series regular on a new TV series from CBS Studios and The CW Network – “4,400.”
Details are below – as always, feel free to forward if you know someone who might be interested, and be sure to mention I sent you!
Good luck, have a great day, and don’t forget to dream big!
Jeffrey R. Gund
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CASTING FEMALES WITH DISABILITIES – OPEN TO NEW TALENT
CASTING SERIES REGULAR ON NEW SERIES FROM CBS STUDIOS/THE CW NETWORK
We are CASTING NATIONWIDE for FEMALES WITH DISABILITIES (ages 15-25) to appear as a series regular on a new TV Series from CBS Studios and The CW Network – “4,400.”
MILDRED (Series Regular):
Female / ages 15-25 / All ethnicities. Seeking performers with DISABILITIES. Young, smart, and observant, Mildred is one of the people who awaken on Belle Isle, Detroit, without having any idea of how they got there. Dressed in a pair of bell-bottoms and flowery peasant top of the 1970s, the last thing she remembers is moving to Oakland, California with her mother. Befriended by Shanice and Hayden, Mildred seems to have been through some hard times in her life, because she doesn’t understand why everyone is so upset ab being held at the hotel: “This place is nice, and they feed us…”
**Note: Character as currently written uses a wheelchair – but this is NOT a requirement. As with all roles, writer plans to adjust and tailor character to the actor.
Storyline for “4400”:
A group of people from all eras and walks of life suddenly appear out of the blue – or more specifically, from a flash of green light – on Belle Isle in Detroit, baffled, Confused, and frightened. As the government tries to contain them and figure out what and who they are, and whether or not they’re a threat to national security, it’s revealed that they are actually people who have gone missing, sone as long as a hundred years ago, and there are 4,400 of them.
Show: “4400” is a 1-hour drama pilot for The CW/CBS Studios
Status: SAG/AFTRA – but open to non-union talent for this role. We are OPEN TO NEW TALENT
Creator/Exec Producer: Ariana Jackson; Exec Producers: Anna Fricke, Laura Terry; Director: TBD; Writer: Ariana Jackson; Casting Directors: Barbara Stordahl, Angela A. Terry Associate: Jason Crow; Assistant: Élan Ousley
Start Date: Tentatively June, 2021
– There is NEVER a cost to submit an audition for a legitimate casting.
– Auditions remain private, viewed only by casting directors, producers, and director
– Casting is ongoing through June 2021 (or until we find our Mildred – so hurry & submit!)
COVID-19 NOTICE: Production will comply with applicable health and safety laws and regulations relating to the Covid-19 pandemic. Actors will be required to comply with production’s then-applicable Covid-19 protocols, including any advance testing and negative test result requirements. Employment will be contingent upon receiving a negative pre-employment test result. Current protocols require testing approximately three days prior to the start of services. All protocols, including timing and frequency of any required testing, are subject to change.
Be sure to mention you heard about this from Jeff Gund at INFOLIST.com, and email ALL the information requested below to:
Be sure to include:
1. Your name (first and last)
2. Contact phone number
3. City/State where you live
4. A brief description of your disability
5. Recent photo of yourself (jpg format please)
6. Be sure to mention you heard about this from Jeff Gund at INFOLIST.com!
If you’re a potential right fit for the role, we will contact you to self-tape and submit your audition!
We are committed to diverse, inclusive casting. For every role, please submit qualified performers, without regard to disability, race and ethnicity, age, color, national origin, or any other basis prohibited by law unless otherwise specifically indicated.
The persons and events depicted in this casting breakdown are fictitious. Any similarity to actual persons or events is unintentional.