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Casting Call for actors to do reenactments for a national TV show.
Please respond only if you think you look just like or similar to the person in the photo next to the description.
Episode "Hawaiian Hunting"
Description (Please see photo reference) Male / Principal / Asian, Ethnically Ambiguous, Pacific Islander / 35 - 39Robert definitely takes his role as the tour guide a little more serious than his colleague, Joe. While Joe focuses on the story telling, Robert concentrates on historical facts and dates. He knows his history well and is eager to teach anyone who demonstrates curiosity and interest.
Female / Principal / Mixed Asian & Hispanic, Ethnically Ambiguous, Age: 27 - 29
Description: (PLEASE SEE PHOTO REFERENCE). BRUNETTE, Late 20's. Ethnicity Mixed: Chinese & Mexican. Very sweet and caring. Does whatever she can to make her man happy. She's always been concerned over Jerry's well-being and so the moment he acts up, she knows something is terribly wrong. She becomes increasingly worried when she can't talk sense into him. Dealing with her boyfriend's possession makes her realize how much she really loves him and is willing do do for him.
Male / Lead / Caucasian / 30 - 33
Description: (PLEASE SEE PHOTO REFERENCE). Early 30's. A former deputy Sheriff. Jerry is usually a very disciplined and respectful man but if you cross him, he will not back down without a fight. His inner warrior spirit gets him into trouble when he's confronted with the ghosts of an Ancient battleground in Hawaii. Jerry's usual modes of survival won't work this time. He'll have to rely on the help of his love and strangers to overcome the possession. NO FOREIGN ACCENTS, please.
Male / Principal / Pacific Islander / 47 - 58
Description (PLEASE SEE PHOTO REFERENCE). Hawaiian, hippyish looking with a Guy Fieri flare for dressing. Has a mustache (but not required) We're willing to put one on actor. Joe is the product of a proud family of Hawaiians. He's extremely sensitive to Hawaii's supernatural and spiritual side. He's a very good storyteller and kind soul. Immediately, upon meeting him, you're drawn to him, hence his local nickname: "Uncle Joe". There is nothing that he wouldn't do for anyone; whether it's singing, hugging, or performing a spiritual healing ritual, Joe is the man that comes to the rescue.
If you know anyone that may resemble any of these characters, please forward them this posting.
Anyone interested should EMAIL Alicia Good at: firstname.lastname@example.org with
Headshot or recent photo (face and body)
where do they Live: City/Island
Rate: $250 flat for 12 hours of work
The shoot will be on Oahu the end of June 2013.
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