Public Service Announcement Commercial Casting Call in Minneapolis

Waldin Entertainment in Minneapolis, MN is producing a public service announcement commercial about kids and their views on education. They are seeking 13-15 year old boys who attend public middle school, could be 6th through 9th grade. Any ethnicity can submit.

This PSA consists of a series of excerpts from on-camera interviews with kids. The interviews will shoot Sunday, May 2, 2010 in Minneapolis, MN. Interviews will take less than one hour, as there will be interviews scheduled for every 20 minutes.

This is a fantastic opportunity to appear on TV with a speaking role and no audition is necessary, no lines to memorize, nothing to do but answer questions about your personal opinion about education. This is a great credit for an actors resume, and it is a paid commercial.

If you are interested in appearing in this commercial, please submit the following ASAP:

● Full Name
● Age/Race
● Grade
● School Name
● Email
● Phone Number
● Preferred Interview Time (between 8:30am-6:30pm)

Email to

If selected, you'll be given an assigned time slot, and location of the shoot.

They are also seeking a few real teachers - submit same info, but include what grade and subjects you teach.

Walden Entertainment is an organization well known for its openness to new filmmakers, actors, and screenwriters in Minnesota. This metro-based organization was started up by Matthew Feeney and continues to be a prosperous organization for those who seek their "big-break."

Bay Area Rapid Transit commercial campaign casting call

Bay Area Rapid Transit, BART, is looking for people who use its system to appear in an upcoming TV commercial campaign. Here is what they are seeking:

● One person is a regular commuter who rides BART to work in San Francisco. Preferred age range is 25-50.

● The other person is a more casual rider who takes BART to social events.

● BART will also consider a small group of friends (3) for this commercial. Preferred age range is 20-35.

The project would require one full day of each person’s time. Filming would take place in the Bay Area and is currently scheduled for June 10, 2010. You won't get paid for your submission or for your appearance in the final advertising spots. But you will gain instant fame and the satisfaction of knowing you're helping get people out of their cars and onto BART!

Interested parties should visit to fill out an on-line questionnaire, and attach a recent digital photograph, or if possible, a video clip (5Mb limit).

The deadline for placing your entry is Friday, April 30, 2010. All entries and materials become property of BART and cannot be returned.

Bay Area Rapid Transit is a rapid transit system serving the San Francisco Bay Area. The heavy-rail public transit system connects San Francisco with cities in the East Bay and suburbs in northern San Mateo County. BART operates five lines on 104 miles of track with 43 stations in four counties. With average weekday ridership of 346,504 passengers, BART is the fifth busiest heavy rail rapid transit system in the United States.

National Wendy’s commercial casting Twins in Los Angeles area

The casting director for a national Wendy's television commercial for the Spanish market is currently seeking male or female twins ages 9 - 14, preferably with a Pan Hispanic look. This commercial is under SAG contract. Los Angeles area talent only please submit photos and resumes ASAP via email to:

You only need to submit one headshot. Please indicate actual age on submission and if they speak Spanish or have any knowledge of the language.

If booked, the wardrobe fitting date is May 4, 2010. The commercial shoot dates are May 5th and/or May 6th.

Principal Actor Casting:

Please submit photos and resumes by email or next-day mail only.
No phone calls or personal drop-offs.

Attn: Irma
Michael Sanford Casting
1641 N. Ivar Ave.
Hollywood, CA 90028

Only submit to this casting if you live in the Los Angeles area. You will not be called in if you live out of state. The casting for this commercial will move very quickly so there is no time to audition out of town actors.