Casting Notice

EUROPE: male actors, 30-40, English spkrs, for a major new film in Turkey [P]

This is a Casting Call for a major new film in Turkey:

  • male actors 
  • playing age: 30-40
  • based in Europe
  • speaking native British ENGLISH


  • WELLINGTON – male, 40, British Security Manager at the British Embassy. A big, athletic man. Son of a working class family from Liverpool, strong as a bull and handsome. He does not drink alcohol or smoke. He practices boxing and bodybuilding. Was married once but now divorced with no children. His nickname in the embassy is ironically Tiny due to his big size. He has a trustworthy face which is why he lies comfortably. He is committed to his job enough to kill someone if necessary. He might have a secret gambling passion.
  • DAVID RUSSEL – male, 30, British Second Clerk of The British Embassy. Married. Son of a diplomat family. Worked in Budapest before Turkey. Someone who tries to look important. His father is best friend with Ambassador Hugge Hugessen which is why he has an impact on Hugessen.

Production Details:

  • type: a film set at the end of WW2
  • payment: well paid
  • shooting in Turkey from mid-May on
  • potential candidates will be asked to self-tape

Please send your application in ENGLISH only and include a link to your showreel.

Casting Location(s):Europe
Language(s) Needed:English
Actor Gender:Male
Playing Age:30 - 40
Closing Date:Thu 12th April, 2018
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