ABC’s Modern Family not only reinvigorated the network TV sitcom upon it’s debut but changed the way family-friendly stories can be told and now one of the series producers is set to break the mold yet again with his very own spin on the half hour comedy. An all new CBS comedy pilot has been ordered and now a talent search is on for fabulous parts for talented kid actors and models.
This highly buzzed about CBS series will follow a tight knit group of friends and family at three different points in their lives. The show will be told from the lead characters perspectives when they are 12, 25 and 40 years old. An outstanding cast has been lined up to star in this new project that will feature the talents of
Adam Brody (The O.C., Thank You for Smoking, Seeking a Friend for the End of the World), Tracy Spiridakos (Bates Motel, Revolution, Being Human), Tyler Labine (Rise of the Planet of the Apes, Tucker and Dale vs. Evil, Invasion), Kelly O’Sullivan (Sirens, Battleground, Watch Dogs) and Noureen DeWulf (Anger Management, Burning Love, The Comebacks). The series was created by 6-time Emmy Award winner Dan O’Shannon (Modern Family, The Odd Couple, Frasier) and Peter Warren (Happyland). The producers and casting directors for the production are looking for boys and girls for recurring speaking roles playing the younger version of the lead characters. This is an audition opportunity that does not come around every often. Apply today for your shot at a spot in this CBS series.
Auditions for incredible roles in this new CBS sitcom are being organized now and the search has begun for up and coming young talents. Interested child models and actors can submit themselves for open roles by sending emails with contact information and a photos here firstname.lastname@example.org. We’ll be posting more casting call details as we get them so come back for more updates and leave a message and tell us what you think of this amazing audition opportunity and why you would like to be a part of the casting search for this CBS comedy pilot.