Commercial Casting Call for ActorsAmerican Heart Association needs you for their upcoming commercial! The casting call is looking for adult models and actors. The team is looking for men and women ages 40’s to 50’s of all ethnicities. Actors will be portraying a couple who has a heart attack victim and a stroke victim. Commercial auditions are not being held. The team will be selected talent off of photos and resume. Filming will take place in Austin, Texas on Monday, June 26th. The paid acting job will pay $100.00 per talent. It will only be a half day shoot. This is being done for a spec commercial/ 360 virtual reality. This is a great opportunity because you will be featured but not have to speak. If you are interested in this project, sign up for the commercial casting call to be considered.About American Heart AssociationThe American Heart Association is the nation’s oldest and largest voluntary organization dedicated to fighting heart disease and stroke. Founded by six cardiologists in 1924, our organization now includes more than 22.5 million volunteers and supporters. We fund innovative research, fight for stronger public health policies, and provide critical tools and information to save and improve lives. Our nationwide organization includes 156 local offices and more than 3,000 employees.What They Are Looking ForShooting Location: Austin, Texas Shoot Date: Monday, June 26 Rate: $100.00 per talent, 1/2 day shoot Seeking two adults MALE and FEMALE age range 40’s – 50’s any ethnicity to portray a couple who is a heart attack victim and a stroke victim.Talent will be On Camera with no Voice on Camera.Strong acting skills and improvisation encouraged to those that apply.How to ApplyTo submit please email email@example.comInclude your headshot & resume, city you reside in, and contact tel # and also please list if you have any experience portraying a patient with a health ailment or been in a previous hospital/healthcare spot.Submissions are being accepted until Friday, June 2nd so be sure to submit right away!