Casting call for young wheelchair users who have a "can-do attitude" and good upper body strength
Anna McAuley Casting are casting a commercial for a European peanut butter brand that features a world famous wheelchair tennis player.
They're looking for girls with a "can-do attitude" and good upper body strength aged between 7-12 who are wheelchair users, and are comfortable in participating in various sporting activities (e.g., climbing monkey bars). The successful applicant will play the younger self, of the world famous wheelchair tennis player.
Filming will be in Amsterdam in January 2022. However, the company are hoping to cast the advert before Christmas.
This opportunity is paid and the company will provide accessible transport/accommodation.
To apply, ask a parent or guardian to email this address: [email protected]
They particularly welcome applications from those who would not usually engage in the casting process. In the email, please include your name, age, location and a recent photo. No acting experience is necessary, just a positive, "can-do" attitude.
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