Title: Showtime TV Show Seeking Kids for Lead Role
Date: 20 September 2016 | 6:52 pm
Showtime has ordered a new pilot from Frankie Shaw called “SMILF”. The search is on for a two year old boy for a lead role in the upcoming series. A kids casting call has been released for the role of Larry. Producers are looking for a two year old Caucasian, Hispanic or an African American/Caucasian mixed race boy. The pilot is set to shoot in Boston, MA in mid-November so kids should be local to the area.
About “ SMILF”
Showtime has ordered a pilot for a half-hour comedy that is based on a short film that won the Short Film Jury Award at the Sundance Film Festival last year. According to Deadline, SMILF is set in Boston and takes a raw look at a single twenty something (Shaw) whose desires for relationships, sex and a career collide with the realities of being a young single mother. It examines the travails of a young woman (Shaw) who comes to LA as both a struggling actress and a struggling single mom. Shaw is set to write , star and executive produce the show.
What They Are Looking For
Casting directors are looking for a two year old Caucasian, Hispanic or an African American/Caucasian mixed race boy. They are seeking kids who were born in late 2014 for a lead role in a new Showtime TV 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
How to Apply
Child auditions are being held online for the role of Larry. Parents can self submit their kids by visiting
https://www.castittalent.com/Untitled_Frankie_Shaw_Project This is a great opportunity for your child to audition for a national TV series. If your little actor would be perfect for this role, apply now for their shot to be on the Showtime TV show.