If you would like to be part of the Homeland – Showtime Casting Call in 2015 please read the info below:
Showtime’s newest original series Homeland established itself as a critical and popular mega hit in it’s award winning first season and production of it’s highly anticipated second season will be underway soon. Auditions and casting calls for several roles of all sizes are happening soon for this magnificent drama program and you could be the next up and coming talent cast.
Homeland is a mesmerizing tale of the CIA and the world of intelligence and terrorism both in America and abroad. Claire Danes stars alongside Damien Lewis as agents Carrie Mathison and Nicholas Brody who work out of the CIA’s Counterterrorism Center in Langley, Virginia and must sift through the densely layered universe of counter-intelligence and misinformation to try and prevent the next attack on American soil. The pulse pounding action is ramped up each week as our heroes try to determine who is friend, who is foe and where the terror lies. Homeland is hands down the most critically lauded new program on television winning Golden Globe awards for Best Drama Series and Best Actress in a Drama Series (Danes) along with a litany of other prizes in just it’s first season. This is an amazing chance for actors of all ages and experience levels to make their television break on one of the finest programs on TV today. If you would like to be considered for a role on this season of Homeland and set up an audition or casting call you can send your personal information including name, age, phone number, address, height, weight, any relevant acting experience and a color photo to firstname.lastname@example.org and be sure to leave a comment for us below and keep checking in for all of the up to the minute Homeland casting updates.
Season 2 of televisions most talked about drama series is coming soon and so is your opportunity to be a part of it. Casting calls and auditions are going on now. Submit yourself today and you could make your big TV break on Showtime’s Homeland.