We really enjoyed our set visit to see our fabulous young actor Dylan Naden Aged 12.
Dylan is currently filming for the role of ‘Jimmy‘ starring alongside Anna Friel and Sean Bean in ‘Broken’, a series written by Jimmy McGovern.
We are so very proud of Dylan and we cant wait to see his work on screen.
We are all very excited and cannot wait to see Max’s potrayal of the role, Max’s previous credits include ‘Safe House’ for ITV, ‘Moving On’ and ‘Eastenders’ both for BBC.
Can you see yourself on a billboard with a Snickers bar and a cheeky grin? Do you see yourself as the new Nana in the Shreddies advert on the silver screen? Or perhaps driving the latest Land Rover through the desert on Hungarian TV
Are you confident in front of the camera?
Good at improvising?
Can you lose your inhibitions?
Do you have a great personality, a fantastic look or maybe just a unique look?
If the answer to this is yes, how about coming to visit us at our London auditions – you have nothing to lose and everything to gain! You don’t have to look Naomi Campbell or David Beckham (but it might help!!)
We are looking for everyday people age 18 to 85 with a great look who have got something about
If you have a great portfolio of photos (and even if you don’t) and can be available for castings at very short notice, we would love to hear from you.
Auditions will be taking place in our West London offices on Friday 19 February..
If you think you’ve got what it takes then why not get in touch along with your Spotlight Link if you have one…
Email: email@example.com and please put ‘London Commercial Division’ in the subject line..
We look forward to hearing from you..
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11 year old, MAX TRUE from our kids division, stars as the lead boy, Joe Blackwell in the ITV’s brand new drama, Safe House.
In this thrilling four-part drama produced by Eleventh Hour Films, Max plays alongside Christopher Eccleston and Nicola Stephenson.
Christopher Eccleston said “Max was a real gift to the production. Completely unphased by working with all these intense lunatics like myself. He just turned up, stole every scene and went home. He enjoyed doing it and was very good.”
Max is a little TV star in the making and already boasts an impressive amount of TV credits at such a young age. He’s previously played the role of Frankie in BBC’s Eastenders and Tyler Pearce in BBC’s Casualty and Sam Grange in CBBC’s Harriet’s Army.
The opening episode starts this Monday 20th April at 9pm on ITV.