Casting Directors are looking for talent of all ages to work on scenes filming in April. This is a paid opportunity to work in a feature film based on the later stages of Al Capone’s life and starring Tom Hardy.
At 47-year old Al Capone, after 10 years in prison, starts suffering from dementia and comes to be haunted by his violent past. The movie is written and directed by Josh Trank.
Dates: Spring 2018
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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This is a 1940’s film so they cannot have background with unnatural hair color, modern hairstyles, modern piercings, full beards (mustaches are okay) and braces on teeth. You must be okay with getting your hair cut to reflect the 1940’s hair, if needed. Must be comfortable working both interior and exterior scenes.
Kids: casting Sicilian and Italian American looking boys and girls (6+ years old) to portray Al Capone’s grand kids.
Family: Casting 20’s – 70’s Sicilian and Italian American looking men and women to portray Al Capone’s family members. This works Monday, April 2nd – Friday, April 6th.
Goons: Casting 20’s – 40’s Sicilian and Italian looking men (18+ years old) to portray Al Capone’s goons. This works 8 days from April to may.
Cuban maids: Casting 30’s – 70’s cuban and hispanic looking women (18+ years old) to portray Al Capone’s cuban staff. This works Monday, April 2nd.
Groundskeepers: Casting 30’s – 70’s Cuban and Hispanic looking men (18+ years old) to portray Al Capone’s Cuban groundskeepers. This works 5 days in April.
Please send the following to Fonzo@CentralCasting.com:
• Current photo(s) of yourself
• Legal name
• Phone number
• Measurements: height, weight, waist, hips, dress, pant, shirt and shoe size
• Notate visible tattoos (if applicable): arm, leg, neck and face tattoos
• Notate your specific category in the subject line
1). You should be the only person in the photo
2). Please face the camera
3). Only clear and well-lit photos will be considered