Toddlers, Kids and Teens Needed For Canadian Commercial

Note: Please only submit to this casting if you are near Toronto or Ontario, Canada.


Jigsaw Casting, Ltd. is  seeing boys of various ages for an upcoming television ad campaign.

The boys  chosen will be playing Cory Joseph of the Toronto Raptors at different stages of his life. Age groups being cast are Ages 2-3, Ages 8-10, Ages 15-18.

This casting is looking for a very specific look. Mixed ethnicity boys, African-Canadian and Caucasian. This audition calls for the talent to eat and casting directors are request no vegans.

Pay rate is $350.00 for the toddler and $1,500.00 for the older children.

To submit for this casting, follow the instructions below.

Submit to
1. Your/Your child’s name, age
2. Photo(s) of yourself/your child. (Where we can clearly see your face. Ideally no hats or sunglasses).
3. The primary contact information (name, phone number & email address) *If you are a represented actor, please include your union status, resume & your agent’s contact information
4. Please write ‘PROJECT CORY in subject line of e-mail, along with your name and age. (E.G. PROJECT CORY – Jack Richards – age 17)

Submissions are due by: Feb 14th, 2017 @ 5PM
(However the earlier you submit the better your chances)
You must be available for these key dates (in Toronto):

AUDITION: Feb 15th, 2017
CALLBACKS: Feb 21st, 2017
WARDROBE: Feb 23rd, 2017
SHOOT: Feb 25th, 2017


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To download the  script please see this page

That's So Raven

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