GERMANY: Turkish actors for reality show
For a scripted reality show on RTL II, we are looking for different roles by non-professional actors (m/f) for the lead roles, as well as extras. The show is about young people who, for various reasons (bullying, false friends, etc) fall into debt or steal. These situations will be presented to illustrate the situation and there will be a psychologist who explains the psychological background and a financial expert who gives the viewer tips on how best to get out of this situation. Roles: * Leila, (pregnant by Fabian and secretly with him). Apprentice in her aunt’s shop, she comes from a traditional Turkish family and suffers greatly from the pressure of her family. Being blackmailed by Sarah-Jane, not too thin (4 months pregnant) modern and pretty. Looks 16 years old. Kissing involved (not heavy, though). 2-3 days of shooting; € 120 net per day of shooting * Jasmine, Leila’s aunt and boss. Modern Turkish woman, owner of the fruit and vegetable store. Disputes with her brother again and again over her modern lifestyle, attractive, tough, clean and fashionably dressed: no headscarf. About 33 years old; 2-3 days of shooting; € 120 net per day of shooting. * Sarah-Jane, Leila’s school friend. Nasty and bold, sexy and stylish, rather heavy makeup. About 16; kissing involved. 2-3 days of shooting; € 120 net per day of shooting. * Fabian, male. Apprentice motor mechanic. Will be a young father, sporting and sympathetic dream guy, tall. Age about 17 years; kissing involved. 2-3 days of shooting; € 120 net per day of shooting * Additional minor roles: all German/Turkish speaking. L = locally GERMANY based actors only All must speak German/Turkish See here on how to apply to this casting notice: http://goo.gl/wlIqoT Send your details: IN GERMAN: including 2 photos (max 100kb), your CV and a link to your showreel (required): to the following address:
|Closing Date||Thu 25th September, 2014|
|Application:||This casting is now closed.|
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