Casting Notice

GB: male actor, 45-55, for film [L,P]

For a film we are looking to cast:

  • male actor
  • 45-55
  • homeless/alcoholic type – ideally beard, wild hair, rough look, etc

Storyline: Once a thriving visual artist, this 50 year-old vagabond left his family 12 years ago for a drinking binge that’s still going on. He has a relentless need to fight for any drink that comes his way and doesn’t like any one crossing his path, especially businessmen.

JOHN SCOW is pivotal to our story in “baptizing” the American into London’s Underworld.

Rubicon Short Film When an American businessman in London meets a Syrian refugee their lives change in ways you wouldn’t expect. This story is based on true events and shaped by current ones. Our cast includes Miltos Yerolemou (Game of Thrones, Star Wars: Force Awakens, and The Danish Girl) and Wolf Kahler (Raiders of the Lost Ark,Band of Brothers, and The Remains of the Day). Our DOP is Oona Menges (Social Suicide, Dirty Pretty Things).

We are shooting on March 4, 5 & 6 in Greater London. You must be available for at least one evening, be comfortable simulating urinating and vomiting on an American businessman, and working at night in rain.

The role is paid.

Please submit your details with subject line of: JOHN SCOW SUBMISSION

Casting Location(s):London, GB
Language(s) Needed:
Actor Gender:Male
Playing Age:45 - 55
Closing Date:Mon 29th February, 2016
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