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Auditions For Roles In Steve Jobs – Movie

Auditions For Roles In Steve Jobs
Auditions For Roles In Steve Jobs

The man who changed the way we look at the world will soon have his incredible story told on the big screen by one of this years most incredible creative teams and auditions for a number of roles are taking place now. The motion picture biography Steve Jobs is rolling in front of cameras and submissions for casting calls for aspiring acting talent are being accepted now. This could be your chance to be a part of one of the most important and entertaining films of the decade.

Steve Jobs will find Oscar winner Danny Boyle (Slumdog Millionaire) directing a sterling cast that includes Academy Award nominee Michael Fassbender (X-Men: Days of Future Past), Seth Rogen (The Interview), Oscar winner Kate Winslet (Titanic), Katherine Waterston (Michael Clayton), Golden Globe nominee Michael Stuhlbarg (A Serious Man) and Emmy Award winner Jeff Daniels (The Squid and the Whale) in groundbreaking narrative

from Academy Award winning screenwriter Aaron Sorkin (The West Wing) that will feature Jobs in three defining moments in his career – his introduction of the Macintosh computer, the NeXT computer company and the iPod. This production will show a once in a generation man in a way that audiences have never seen before and is proving to be one of the premier audition opportunities of the year.

Auditions for Steve Jobs are happening now and will continue to be held throughout the film’s production schedule. The producers and casting directors are searching for several up and coming performers of all ages and types to fill upcoming scenes and interested talent can apply for consideration today. To submit yourself for opn roles you can send your information to this email JobsBBCExtras@gmail.com. We will be posting all further casting call updates here so stay tuned for more details and leave a comment below and tell us what you think of this incredible story and why you would like to audition for the highly anticipated biopic, Steve Jobs starring Seth Rogen, Kate Winslet and Michael Fassbender.

11 thoughts on “Auditions For Roles In Steve Jobs – Movie

  1. I know I'm a bit young. I have this crazy imagination that just wont stop thinking about what or who I could be, if I am just a bystander watching a drunken fight, a damsel in distress, or even fighting my way out of a situation no one wants to be in. Right now as a 13 almost 14 year old girl I for one know what its like to be in a situation that no one wants to be in. My mother very recently passed away unexpectedly leaving me behind with a burden of guilt. You are most likely thinking that I am just saying this so you feel bad for me and give me a role but I'm not trying to be that kind of person. I am trying to get my point out to someone who understands what I am going through, I need help and what I feel can help is to escape, escape from the real world to be someone different for a while so I can breathe from the stress that sits on my chest. All I am asking is for one chance to get me out of this pit. My family needs something good to happen because if nothing happens soon something even worse is going to happen. I hope someone reads this and sees that I want to become someone new, to restart, not to forget my friends and family but to become clean again. My name is Jessica Lynn Cole, you can find me in Moses Lake Washington. Please call or text this number (509) 770-4445. Thanks for letting people have this opportunity.

  2. Well to make this short and simple. I want to act, whether it be an extra you see for like five seconds, or a bigger role. i'm young and hopefully have a bright future, if I put in the work to better myself in the industry. All I ask is you give me a chance.

  3. As a new comer to the industry I believe that this is a great opportunity to introduce myself and jump start my career.

  4. Hi! I am a 27 year old caucasian female standing about 5'6 and weigh approximately 140 lbs. I was an extra in Pitch Perfect 2. I look very natural and can take direction very well. I live in Annapolis, MD.

  5. I'm Argentine American, 5'2''weigh 128, I'm 40 and look much younger.I live in Miami, Florida, I majored in Broadcast Journalism and now I work as a Realtor. There are no words to describe the intelligence of Steve Jobs. He was the best entrepeneur. All his words have always made me look up to him even more. I'd be very proud to be part of his life in the movie. I have a very interesting and different face for modeling and acting.

    Thank you,
    Agustina Faija

  6. I am a 60 year old male and have had major extra's parts in Sea Biscuit, Miles Ahead, The Blunderer, Blue Chips, and Keep Your Distance! Had roles as banker, preacher, ring man in a boxing role, and etc. I have a wardrobe of different period suits and clothing and plenty of vacation time built up.

  7. My daughter, Gigi Welch, age 10, (4'11", 80 lbs, sandy blonde, blue eyes) is very interested. Please contact Alyssia Dodson at Page Parkes Center of Modeling and Acting, Houston, Texas.
    Thanks so much!

  8. I'm African American , age 38 years old Have did comedy and would like to get more involve I always have a bachelor degree in speech and would like to work with you and your team

  9. Hello, I'm Deborah Scott,

    I am African American, age-52 height 5"6" weight 155, although I do not look my age I look much younger. I live in Nashville, TN. I have a 9/5 job that pays 15.35 per hour. I received my Master degree in 2010 in Social work, but unable to get another job. I have a 24year old daughter. I am in the process of going through a divorce, and I would like to get back to my life long dream of becoming an actor.It would be an honor to be able to play a part in this movie. Mr. Steve Jobs is one of the best entrepreneur. I loved his speech that he gave at Stanford University, and he is so right, we cannot give up we should "stay hungry ,stay foolish" love you Mr. Steve Jobs and thank you for all you have created.

    Thank You!
    Deborah Scott

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