Auckland based extras wanted age 18-60
Men and Women required.
No experience necessary but must be reliable and have your own transport.
Currently casting for nurses, patients, Westies, American teenagers, American looking city people, police officers, cafe staff, restaurant staff, teachers, doctors, martial arts experts, Pub goers, lots of different roles to fill.
Background Talent is the leader in extras casting in New Zealand, supplying talent nationwide from Auckland to Queenstown. We are the only online booking agency in New Zealand, representing actors, artists and extras for commercials, films and television on any scale. Our mission has always been to provide quality, reliable talent and a level of outstanding professional service to everyone we deal with. You must be eligible to work in NZ to apply for this role.
This is a unique opportunity to get your foot in the door and make a great impression on set. No training or experience is required, Background Talent will teach you everything you need to know before you step out onto the silver screen.
* Do you have a flexible work schedule?
* Are you available at short notice?
* Do you live in Auckland
* Do you have a good attitude?
* Can you get out of bed early?
* Are you eligible for work in New Zealand?
If you answered yes to the above, then please apply now.
Please note, it is free to be with Background Talent, but if you wish to appear on their website and be included in their online booking system, there is an annual website fee of $150.00 inc GST.
If selected, Background Talent can guarantee to submit you to all these productions, but final casting decisions are made by the producers themselves. What Background Talent can guarantee, is a promise to refund your website fee if you do not work as an extra within the year.
Payment: $13.50 upwards to $5,000
Fee details: please see website for details. Dependent on job
Any gender, aged 18 to 99 from New Zealand
- Minimum Acting experience: No previous acting experience
- Located in Auckland, NZ
- Joined June, 2007