Showtime’s new series is now casting kid actors for speaking roles.

Do you know of any talented kid actors? The untitled Frankie Shaw project for Showtime Television is now casting kid actors for a lead role in the new TV series. Casting directors casting for the role of “Larry”. Producers are looking for a boy “born in late 2014 to play a major role in an upcoming Showtime television pilot” that is Caucasian, Latin or mixed race (African-American/Caucasian.

About the Untitled Frankie Shaw Project:

According to Deadline, the TV series, which is currently titled SMILF, is set in Boston and takes a raw look at a single twentysomething (Shaw) whose desires for relationships, sex and a career collide with the realities of being a young single mother.

To audition for a role on SMILF and Showtime, check out the casting call details below.

 Showtime Series open casting call

2-yr-old boy needed!

Please submit your child for a leading role in THE UNTITLED FRANKIE SHAW PROJECT. We are casting for a TWO-YEAR-OLD Caucasian, Latin or mixed race (African-American/Caucasian) BOY born in late 2014 to play a major role in an upcoming Showtime television pilot.

Larry – Search

TWO-YEAR-OLD Caucasian, Latin or mixed race (African-American/Caucasian) BOY born in late 2014 to play a major role in an upcoming Showtime television pilot

To Consider Before Submitting
The pilot shoots in Boston, MA in mid-November

Click HERE to apply!

Don’t forget to tell the show’s creator Frankie Shaw you’re going to auditoin! You can follow her on twitter here.

Please do not apply, if you are not local or if you do not fit the description.

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