Do you want to apply for a Disney Channel audition? A kids casting call for the new Disney Channel TV show “That’s So Raven” spin-off series is out! Casting directors are searching for child models and actors for two lead roles in the new show. The original series that ran from 2003 to 2007 is being brought back to the network. Raven Symone will be back to reprise her role. In the new series, Raven will play a divorced mother of two. One of her kids inherited her ability to catch glimpse of the future. Casting directors are holding child auditions for the roles of her son and her daughter. If your child has what it takes to be the next Disney Channel star, here is their chance to land the role of a lifetime!
UMMI is holding audition in Atlanta. Filming will begin in February in Los Angeles, California. Producers are looking for a boy who is ages 8 to 10 years old to play Raven’s son Booker. For the role of her daughter Nia, they are seeking a girl who is ages 10 to 13 years old. Kids can be of any ethnicity. Because these are for lead roles in the Disney Channel series, kids who are SAG or SAG eligible are eligible for this audition. This is a paid job, the pay rate is still being determined. If you have a child model and actor who has comedic skills and who would be perfect for the role check out the new audition notice below!
Disney Channel Kids Casting Call
UMMI is seeking child actors for recurring roles for TV show pilot for “That’s So Raven”. Shooting will take place in Los Angeles in February 2017. Auditions will be held in Atlanta. Must be SAG or SAG-eligible, and have strong comedic skills.
[NIA] Female, 10-13 yr old, Raven’s daughter. ANY ETHNICITY.
[BOOKER] 8-10, Raven’s son. ANY ETHNICITY.
PAY RATE: TBD
To apply for a role in the Disney Channel spin-off of “That’s So Raven” parents should send in the following information to firstname.lastname@example.org. The subject line of the email should say That’s So Raven TV pilot. Submissions must include name, age, city/state, ethnicity, current contact information, resume and headshot. Submissions will be accepted until January 1st so be sure to apply now for your child’s chance to star in the new Disney Channel TV show!