HBO’s “True Detective” Open Call

Casting Directors are casting actors, models and various talent to work on big scenes for the new season of HBO’s “True Detective”, filming between February through June. This is a paid opportunity to be in a premier HBO show returning to television at the end of 2018.

“True Detective” was created by Nic Pizzolatto, who received his MFA at the University of Arkansas, in 2014. He is reportedly the sole writer of every episode of the upcoming third season except for episode four, which he co-wrote with David Milch.

Casting Details

Dates: February 2018

Where: Fayetteville, Arkansas

Further details of this casting are below. To attend a Nine9 Open Call and learn more about the UnAgency including how to receive additional castings, complete the Nine9 Talent Application.

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According to the casting call, “all ages, ethnicities, and genders will be needed with an emphasis on an authentic rural look.” The casting call also asks for individuals with working vehicle from the 1970’s – 90’s and for people with experience with “welding, machinist, forklift, tractor-trailers, and river dredging.”

Oscar-winner Mahershala Ali (Moonlight, House of Cards, Luke Cage) will play Detective Wayne Hayes on True Detective season 3. Actress Carmen Ejogo (Alien: Covenant, Selma, Fantastic Beasts) will be playing a schoolteacher named Amelia Reardon, who has a connection to a cold case from the 1980s. The crime thriller is going to be set in the Ozarks of Arkansas.

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