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Wednesday, November 6, 2013

Casting Call: Robert Rodriguez Wants Your Twin Babies

Posted By on Wed, Nov 6, 2013 at 12:10 PM


Got a café con leche set of twins in the house? Then read the following message coming from Austin:

"Casting Call! Third Coast Extras/Beth Sepko Casting is seeking a pair of 5-month-old-to 1-year-old Twin Brunette Female Babies (either Hispanic or Mixed ethnicity with brown hair that could appear Hispanic/Caucasian mix) to appear as featured extras in From Dusk Till Dawn, a new TV series produced and directed by Robert Rodriguez that's shooting in the Austin, TX area in November 2013 to portray the baby of a lead character in some scenes.

Pay rate is a $120 /per day guarantee.

Filming will take place in Austin or just outside town on location. Tentative shoot date is Nov. 20 for this, but we'll need the babies that we cast to be in a photoshoot ASAP.

To submit info email us at: w/subject heading 'FDTD Baby Twins' and follow directions below:

Include names, age, parent name(s), parent contact phone # (s), babys' weights and measurements. Attach plenty of clear, well-lit, current photos in high resolution. We'll contact you with more details if you fit what we need."

So there you have it. If you get it, remember you heard it from the Current first, so the least you can do is give us the first exclusive.

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