Commercial Casting Call for Nair Commercial in New Orleans

VictorVibe Entertainment in New Orleans, Louisiana is producing a national remake of the famous 1970's Nair TV Commercial "Who Wears Short Shorts". The casting directors are looking for women of all ethnicities who look 20-28 years old, you should be confident and have great legs, you need to be able to dance freestyle/hip hop, have well-toned bodies and legs, and great skin.

Applicants should email the commercial's production office for an application prior to attending the casting call:

Put "Nair Commercial Application Request" in the subject line.

Open Casting Call Details


Musicians Union
2401 Esplanade Avenue
New Orleans, LA 70119-2404
Click Here for directions.


Monday, December 21, 2009
9:30am - 5:00pm

What to wear: Short shorts (they need to see your legs).
What to bring: A current photo of yourself (headshot and body shot if you have one).

Commercial Auditions for lifestyle spot in Columbus, Ohio area

Gari Media Group is holding a commercial audition this coming Friday for a "Lifestyle Spot" consisting of people and reading the paper. Gari Media Group is America's only full service support agency specializing in the broadcast, motion picture, online, new media, gaming and print industries.

The shoot dates are November 17 & 20th, 2009 in Columbus, Ohio.

The following roles are being cast:

White Male (60’s)
White male (30-45)
White family – Dad (30’s), Mom(30’s), child (6-9)
Child on bike (9-12)
White female (20-35)
Black male (25-45)
In Shape White Female (45-55)

Pay Rate:

1/2 Day Rate - $250
Full Day Rate - $500

SAG eligible and professional actors only please email photo, resume and webpage links ASAP to the commercial's producer/director, Freddy Rodriguez at:

Please put the Role you are interested in in the subject line of your email. Please respond if you are in the Central Ohio area only.

Commercial shooting in Bahamas casting USA Couples and Real Families

Casting Directors for a TV Commercial being filmed in the Bahamas are seeking real couples who look either in their mid-20's or mid-40's They are also seeking real families - Mom and Dad with kids ages 10 to 16 years of age. No acting experience needed. Pay rate for those chosen will be $5,500 per person.

Audition Dates: November 3rd, 4th or 5th, 2009

Call-Back Dates: November 11th, 2009

Shoot Dates: All cast will be on the Cruise ship and in the Bahamas between the dates between November 15th and 24th, 2009 (traveling on the cruise ship between NYC and Bahamas between these dates with several "down days" in between 3 shoot days - 9 day total commitment). All expenses paid by production. Adults MUST have valid US Passports.

Travel: Air Travel will be in coach class. All lodging and food will be provided on the ship. If shooting on land in the Bahamas they will provide transportation to and from hotel and set. A Per diem will be given for meals not provided on set at a rate of $10 for breakfast, $15 for lunch, & $25 for dinner.

If you fit this casting call, please send an email with your photos or snapshots and your contact numbers to:

Please put "Bahamas TV Commercial Casting" in the subject line.

Huggies Diapers casting babies for Television Ad Campaign in Miami

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Every baby is born a star, and here is a chance to get yours featured in a Huggies ad. The casting director  is seeking babies from Newborn to 28 Months to appear in a TV Commercial and on the packaging of Huggies Diapers.

Open Casting Call Details

You MUST email or call for an appointment and location verification.

If you have an agent for your baby, have your agent call for an Appointment.

If you do not have an agent, please call Tuesday - Friday 11:00am to 4:00pm at xxx xxx xxxx

You can also email Casting Director xxxx xxxxxx




Tuesday October 27, 2009 through Friday October 30, 2009
From 9:00am to 12:30pm on all days.

If you are in South Florida and are right for this casting please get in touch, this is a great opportunity!

Acura ZDX National Commercial currently casting attractive couple and Male voice-over

Sheila Manning is casting for a 2010 Acura ZDX national commercial. The roles being sought are a male voice-over with a strong commercial voice, and an attractive couple late 20's to mid-30's.

All commercial actors please read the following guidelines before submitting for commercial work:

Voice-Over actors please submit a voice-demo along with your resume.

Principal Actor Casting:

Sheila Manning Casting
332 S. Beverly Dr.
Beverly Hills, CA 90212
Be on time. Read the script.
Don't wear perfume.

Click Here to download the audition script.

Advertising Agency:

Do NOT send photos and resumes to the Advertising Agencies or Production Companies (they will most likely end up in the trash can), they do not cast the films. They hire casting directors who sort through the thousands of submissions.

Rubin Postaer and Associates
2525 Colorado Ave.
Santa Monica, CA 90404

The Casting Director Sheila Manning will contact you if interested.

Doritos Crash the Super Bowl TV Commercial Ad Contest

After shocking the world earlier this year at Super Bowl XLIII when its consumer-created Super Bowl ad took the number one spot in USA TODAY’s annual Super Bowl Ad Meter, the Doritos brand announced it will once again turn over complete control of its Super Bowl air time to consumers, but is raising the stakes like never before.

The brand will air three consumer-created :30 Doritos spots during the Super Bowl XLIV broadcast and give the winners $5 million if the homemade ads claim the top three spots of the USA TODAY Ad Meter.

This year, participants can upload :30 commercials that share their love for Doritos tortilla chips to through November 9, 2009 to be considered for one of the coveted spots that can change the lives of Doritos fans.

Six finalists’ ads will be announced in January 2010. Then it will be up to fans to vote for their favorite ads online and determine the three winning Doritos spots to air during the Super Bowl XLIV broadcast on February 7, 2010 on CBS. Each of the six finalists will win $25,000 and a trip to South Florida to attend Super Bowl XLIV in a private luxury suite at the game, where they will tune in to learn for the first time which ads won when they air for a worldwide audience.

Potential grand prizing for the contest will be based on each winning ad’s ranking on the USA TODAY Ad Meter:

● $1 million will be awarded for an ad that scores the number one spot on the Ad Meter

● $600,000 will be awarded for an ad that scores the number two spot on the Ad Meter

● $400,000 will be awarded for an ad that scores the number three spot on the Ad Meter

If consumer-created Doritos ads sweep all the top three rankings of the USA TODAY Ad Meter, an additional $1 million bonus will be awarded to each winner for a total prize giveaway of $5 million.

To upload your commercial, please visit the following website:

Doritos Crash the Super Bowl TV Commercial Ad Contest

Casting Call in Albuquerque, NM for Lipitor National Ad Campaign

The advertising agency for Pfizer Inc., is conducting a National Ad Campaign for Lipitor, a cholesterol-lowering medication. Casting Director Kathryn Brink is casting men between the ages of 50 - 65 years of age who are currently taking Lipitor (not a generic). No prior acting experience necessary, just a willingness to share your story about why you take Lipitor. What was your "wake-up call" to take better care of your heart health? Did you have an experience or life-changing event that motivated you to try to lower your cholesterol with Lipitor? What's helping you reach your cholesterol goals? What or who helps you stick with your cholesterol management program?

What: Lipitor National Ad Campaign Casting
When: Thursday, October 29, 2009
Where: Albuquerque, NM

Contact Kathryn Brink at for an appointment.

Lipitor is one of the most widely studied medicines in the world—with more than 15 years of research.

This commercial is a SAG paid spot.

Open Casting Call for 80's Style Band Musicians in Toronto

A major brewing company is currently casting for a television ad campaign featuring an 80's style band. The commercial's casting director is seeking the following:

• Male open ethnicity in the age range of 25 - 30 years (with ID)
• Very good musicians (Guitar, Bass, Drums)
• Have a 1980’s Band look (big hair is great)

If you fit this casting call, you must book an appointment.

To book an appointment, please email the following to:

1) Photos - One headshot and one full body shot. Snapshots are ok. 100 KB max per photo.

2) Your primary and secondary contact information.

3) A brief description of what instrument you play and how much experience.

You may also make your submission via mail to:

Jess Singer
60 Sumach Street
2nd Floor
Toronto ON
M5A 3J7

The submission deadline is Wednesday, October 28, 2009 at 5:00pm

Audition Date: Friday, October 30, 2009

Filming Dates: November 5th, 6th, 7th, 2009. If any dates are rained out, there will be a shoot date on November 8th.

How Television Commercials Are Cast

A company hires an Advertising Agency to get their product or service before the eyes of the public. The Ad Agency, along with the Company, decides what kind of commercial will be effective. The Agency then hires a Production Company to produce the commercial. The Production company hires a Casting Director to provide the actor(s) for the commercial. The Casting Director then sends out "breakdowns" of the characters being cast.

These "breakdowns" actually are sent out by a service called "Breakdown Services" and are only available to licensed Talent Agencies.

Then the talent agents submit photos, resumes, and sometimes "demo-reels" to the casting directors. Then the casting directors call in the actors that fit the roles they are casting, usually many many actors are called in.

As Talent, it is very important to build and maintain a positive and professional relationship with the Casting Directors in your areas, as they are the ones who decide who is seen by the Client.

The Casting Director contacts Talent Agents, or the Talent directly, and arranges to have appropriate Talent come and audition. This is usually done by having each Talent perform all or a portion of the script of the commercial and it is recorded on video tape for review by the Production Company, the Ad Agency, and possibly the Client. At this point, the Talent will be informed and must agree with the terms of the job, both how much it pays and the day(s) it will shoot.

When the choices have been made, the Production company contacts the Casting Director, and then the Casting Director contacts either the Talent or their Agent to "book" them for the project.