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ONE open casting call listed below.
Now Casting: Toronto Couples Aged 19 to 24
A smart reality TV series in development for a major American broadcaster is seeking young adult couples aged 19 to 24, in or near Toronto, of all orientations, genders, and ethnicities. We’re looking for extroverted, outspoken personalities that aren’t afraid to be themselves on camera or to talk frankly about their romantic and sexual lives.
Selected participants will appear in a one-day “sizzle reel” shoot in mid-December to help our broadcaster see what the show will look like. This is an unpaid opportunity, but participants could end up with a compensated role on a series that gets major media attention.
The application below takes ten to fifteen minutes to complete, and you’ll need to finish it in one sitting because you can’t save it halfway through. Please have digital photos of you and the person you’re dating ready to attach to the application (ideally one face close-up and one full-body pic per person). We thank all applicants for applying, but only those selected for an interview will be contacted.
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Seeking Canadian male amputees. A national TV commercial for a major car brand seeks a male leg amputee who plays para ice hockey. You do not need to be an actor to apply. Pays $6000+. THIS CASTING IS NOW CLOSED.
Seeking families in or near Toronto with French-speaking members living elsewhere for a national TV ad for a big entertainment company. Pays up to $5000 per family. THIS CASTING IS NOW CLOSED.
Seeking male musicians age 65+ for a national non-union TV/cinema commercial for a major financial brand. This non-speaking role pays $2500 (possibly more, depending on usage). You do not need to be an actor to apply. THIS CASTING IS NOW CLOSED.
Seeking people aged 18 to 60 who’ve had a scary experience slipping and falling on ice. If selected, you’ll earn $1500 plus hundreds of dollars in outdoor gear appearing in a documentary web ad for a major brand of footwear and athletic wear. We’re seeking regular people, not actors, but performers are welcome to apply if they’re open to being themselves on camera. THIS CASTING IS NOW CLOSED.
Seeking male and female actors to appear in a national non-union television commercial for a major chain of Canadian supermarkets. Pays $600 to $2000 (depending on role) for one-day shoot. THIS CASTING IS NOW CLOSED.
Seeking Torontonians Aged 55 to 80. Appear in an online and print documentary ad campaign for a historic organization and earn $1500 to $2000. Non-actors preferred, but non-union performers are welcome if they’re open to being themselves on camera. Older people, ethnically diverse candidates, and first- and second-generation immigrants are particularly encouraged to apply. Participants must live in the Greater Toronto Area. THIS CASTING IS NOW CLOSED.
Seeking Canadians Aged 50+. An ongoing series of mini web documentaries for a major camera brand seeks Canadians aged 50 and over who fit at least one of these categories:
Selected participants will appear in a short video and receive camera equipment valued at about $1000. Sorry, only applicants under consideration will be contacted. THIS CASTING IS NOW CLOSED.
Seeking Busy Families. A healthy breakfast cereal seeks families with kids aged 7 to 13 years old in the Greater Toronto Area for a short documentary commercial. Selected families will receive $1500 for one day of filming in August. (Please note only selected families will be contacted.) THIS CASTING IS NOW CLOSED.
Runners Wanted. A Canadian sports gear retailer is looking for Toronto runners aged 18 to 35 for a web ad shoot in High Park on Friday August 5 from 8 am to 1 pm. Applicants should be regular runners with strong technique. All ethnicities and builds from slim to muscular are encouraged to apply. Selected participants will receive $300 cash. (Please note only selected participants will be contacted.) THIS CASTING IS NOW CLOSED.