Note: This project has been pushed back to February, 2013.
Bandwagon Entertainment has been given a series pilot order by Disney Channel for a new sitcom titled “I Didn’t Do it”. Auditions are underway for the series regulars and possible recurring roles. Extras and stand-ins will be hired starting early January, 2013 when shooting begins in Los Angeles. There are many roles for actors to play high school students, especially needed will be extras who are 18 and over who can play younger. She 1/2 hour show centers around a pair of teen old fraternal twins and their dubious tales, with stories told in reverse menology.
“I Didn’t Do It” is about Claire and Cole Watson, who are fourteen year old fraternal twin high school freshmen. Claire has evolved from a scrawny sarcastic kid to a very attractive girl, and boys are taking notice. Her over-achieving best friend Jasmine helps her become comfortable with her new hot looks, and Claire sets her sights on a cute football player named Seth. Cole grew up in competition with is sister right out of the womb. Now that he is in high school, he wants to transform into a popular guy. The two siblings come up with a crazy idea to throw a party while their parents are out of town, however the night takes a few turns that they never could have expected.
Tod Himmel and Josh Silverstein wrote and are executive producing the show. Silverstein has written for the Disney Channel series “That’s So Raven” starring Raven-Symoné and Orlando Brown, and it’s spin-off series “Cory in the House” starring Kyle Massey and Jason Dolley; “So Random!” starring Tiffany Thornton and Sterling Knight, and it’s parent series “Sonny with a Chance” starring Demi Lovato. Tod Himmel has a long list of writing and producing credits that span two decades. His credits include “Sabrina, the Teenage Witch,” “Suddenly Susan,” “Everybody Loves Raymond,” “Hope & Faith,” and “90210”.
Minors and foreign talent must be legally eligible to work in the state of California and in the United States.
The 2013 Los Angeles Actors Resource Guide eBook includes the following information and documents for adults, minors, and foreign talent who would like to work as an actor or extra on film and television productions in Los Angeles and the United States:
• USA Child Actor Work Permit Requirements
• California Child Actor Permit Application
• California Minors Summary Chart
• Child Actor Coogan Trust Deposit Instructions
• California Division of Labor Standards Offices
• Immigration Work Permit Information
• Non-Immigrant Visa Application
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• Audition Tips
• How To Make an Audition Video
• Los Angeles Casting Directors List
• Los Angeles Extras Casting Directors List
• Los Angeles Talent Agents List
• General Talent Agent Information
• Los Angeles Acting Classes List
• Acting Classes for Young Actors in Los Angeles
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• Sample Actors Resume
• Sample Beginning Actors Resume
• Sample Cover Letters
• Entertainment Industry Terminology
• Miscellaneous Los Angeles Resources
• Actors Unions
• PDF Users Guides
The 2013 Actors Resource Guide eBooks are available here.
Principal Actor Casting
See the post titled Headshot and Resume Information regarding how to submit for acting roles.
Submit photos and resumes by mail only.
No phone calls or personal drop-offs.
3500 W. Olive Ave.
Burbank, CA 91505
220 S. Flower Street
Burbank, CA 91502
Registration Info: (818) 562-2755
Do not send photos to Central Casting, you must register in person.
Do NOT send photos and resumes to the production companies, as they will most likely end up being thrown away. They do not cast the films, rather they hire casting directors who sort through the thousands of submissions.
3800 W Alameda Avenue
Burbank, CA 91505
12930 Ventura Blvd.
Studio City, CA 91604
To Be Announced
To Be Cast
Claire and Cole Watson are fourteen year old fraternal twins who have just become high school freshmen. Claire wasn’t always pretty but now that she is, boys are taking notice – and she isn’t quite comfortable with that yet. Her friend Jasmine does help her become secure with her newfound hotness, and Claire sets her sights on football jock Seth. Cole grew up striving to equal is sister, and now that he is in high school, he decides that he can move into the popular category. The two siblings come up with a plan to throw a party while their parents are out of town, however things quickly become just a tad bit out of hand!