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“Cowboy Drifter” film casting multiple types


“Cowboy Drifter” film casting multiple types

Casting 80s western bar look in New Mexico Sample 80s western bar scene from the movie “Urban Cowboy”

“COWBOY DRIFTER” will begin production in New Mexico next week. The film will shoot in both Belen and Santa Rosa through June 27.

Leonard Kagan is currently casting background for the following roles:

Casting call for the film COWBOY DRIFTER

Female 18 to 25 with BLONDE HAIR

Plus size/obese female, for filming next week

Drivers with cars various days, NO RED, WHITE or BLACK vehicles

Ten kids for scene, ages 9 to 12. This will be in Santa Rosa

Two female teachers

Bar patrons with country western look

Six musicians for bar band – should know how to play instruments if needed

One Bouncer type for a bar scene

One Sheriff type

Coroner and Assistant

Older females in their 60’s and 70’s – one woman who is in a wheel chair

Females 18 to 25 years old, redheads preferred

Bar patrons who can pull off early 1980’s look

Pay is $8.75 per hour with a 4 hour minimum

To be considered email contact information, a current headshot, full body photo, age, height weight and clothing sizes to:

Include the description of the role you’re applying for in the email “COWBOY DIFTER” STORYLINE: Tormented by his past and damaged by a rocky start in life, CASKIE JONES can’t seem to keep his life in order. He loses his job, his wife and family, and he’s devastated. He sets out to find his father – the man he blames for all of his troubles – and he hopes to settle a long overdue score.

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