Casting Notice

GB: male actors 30-35 for student film [L,NP]

For a student film shooting in London we are recreating the scene of Moriarty’s death from BBC’s Sherlock resetting it in 1893. This is a 5 min scene which will be shot on a rooftop but will not include Sherlock’s fall.

Shooting 1st March


  • Sherlock Holmes 35, tall, dark haired, slim build, well spoken English man. Fascinatingly intelligent, Sherlock is always one step ahead…with most people. His ability to necessitate, deduce and solve. Attracts the attention of most and leads to the intellectual war with Jim Moriarty. Sherlock loves what he does because he knows of nothing else that can truly keep him occupied: he wants everything and everyone to be as clever as he is.
  • Jim Moriarty 30, slicked back hair, athletic build, well-groomed, well spoken English. Jim is ‘on the dark side’ and his creepy demeanor doesn’t let you forget this. He is a manipulative and sadistic man, caught up in his own mind games. Unnerving to the audience, he has a presence that makes most people want to run away.

I look forward to hearing from you!

Casting Location(s):London, GB
Language(s) Needed:
Actor Gender:Male
Playing Age:30 - 35
As this is non-paid, you can apply for this role whether you are a PRO ACTOR on enCAST or not.
Closing Date:Thu 25th February, 2016
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