A film titled, Heavy is casting and filming a scene in Detroit. The casting team is looking for a specific actor or model to play a photo-double that resembles one of the main characters. The scene will be filled on the Riverwalk in Downtown Detroit, and the selected actor will be walking away from the camera.
A photo-double is someone that has a strong resemblance to a character already cast in a show or movie. They must match the hair color, body type, eye color, weight, and height of the person they are doubling. From a distance, a viewer should think that they are the same person. Photo-doubles are used often in shooting scenes such as long shots, back of the head shots, or getting in and out of a car.
African American Men Actors 5’10-6′ around 18-30 years old
Location: Downtown Detroit
Auditions: College of Creative Studies
Filming Date: 12/2/2016 and 12/3/2016
When you arrive at the audition location, it is likely that other actors and models will be there are as well. Try to stay focused on yourself and don’t worry about others or compare yourself to them. You can only control how well you personally do, so don’t focus on anyone but yourself. When you enter the audition, be courteous, friendly, and confident. Make eye contact with the people you are auditioning for and be yourself.
No matter the outcome, each audition is good practice for you in gaining experience in a tough industry. You will learn more about yourself as an actor or model and you will get the opportunity to meet many people in the industry this way. Again, this is a tremendous opportunity for you to gain experience and impress industry professionals with your acting ability and ability to blend in. You will be paid for this role and it will look great on your resume.