ABC’s new TV series “Downward Dog” is now casting. Producers are seeking men and women to be background actors on the show. They are looking for actors to portray business pedestrians with a car and real joggers with a car. According to Deadline, the quirky comedy show follows a talking dog. Downward Dog is about a struggling millennial, Nan (Allison Tolman), from the point of view of her lonely and philosophical dog, Martin. One session at obedience school already makes them realize that even at their worst, they may be the best thing for each other. The cast includes Allison Tolman stars as Nan, Lucas Neff as Jason, Kirby Howell-Baptiste as Jenn, Barry Rothbart as Kevin and Mo Collins as Kim.
Men and women ages 21 to 50 years old who own business type clothing are needed to play business pedestrians. Males and females who are ages 20’s to 50’s to play real joggers. All actors must have a car and be willing to have it used in the show. Filming will be 12-14 hours a day starting in the early morning. The pay is $8.00 per hour for the first 8 hours and time and a half after that. Shooting will be in the Pittsburgh area. Anyone who would like to be considered for the TV show casting call must be at least 18 years old and have valid work documentation.
WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 21th
-BUSINESS PEDESTRIANS WITH CAR – Men and Women, 21-50 years old. Must have business type clothing. Put “BUSINESS PEDESTRIANS” in the subject line when submitting.
-REAL JOGGERS WITH CAR – Men and Women, 20s-50s years old. Must be able to jog for long periods of time. Put “REAL JOGGER” in the subject line when submitting.
Models and actors who would like to apply should send a current picture to email@example.com. You shouldn’t be wearing any hats or sunglasses in your photos. All submissions must include your name, age, location, phone number, car’s year/ make / model and color. No bright red or white cars can be used. Your car may be parked or you may be driving it in the scene. If you are represented by a talent agent, be sure to include that in your email.