Commercial Auditions Landing a role in a major commercial is a great way to begin or further your career in the entertainment industry. Chrysler is filming a new commercial and there is a casting call for kids and adults! Models and actors of various ages are being cast for the new spot. Casting directors are seeking to fill the roles of a dad, mom, son, daughter, van salesperson, ram customer, ram salesperson, jeep customer and jeep salesperson. They are looking for people of various ethnicities. Commercial filming will take place in Miami, Florida on May 2nd and possibly May 3rd. Pay for those selected will be between $1150.00 and $1750.00 depending on the role. Commercial auditions will be held on Thursday, April 20th with callbacks being held on April 27th. About Chrysler Started in 1920, The Chrysler brand, with its ambitious American ingenuity, continues to stand for substance and style. At its core are the hallmarks of quality, design, craftsmanship, performance, efficiency, innovation and technology, all at a very affordable price. [Chrysler] What They Are Looking For Casting directors are searching for models and actors to portray the following roles (please note ages are approximate): Dad $1750 Caucasian male 35-45, in shape, fit. Mom $1750 Caucasian female 35-40, in shape, fit. Son $1150 Caucasian female, 8-12, happy, energetic kid Daughter $1150 Caucasian female, 8-12, happy energetic kid Van Salesperson – $1750 Male, all eth, in shape, must be able to handle hockey stick Ram Customer $1750 male all eth 30-50, fit, average, not overweight. Ram Salesperson $1750 female, all eth, 35-45, mst be able to handle a hockey stick. Jeep Customer $1750 female, all eth, 30-35, in shape, average. Jeep Salesperson $1750 male 35-50, average type. Local to Miami, Florida Available on to attend an in person casting on April 20, a callback April 27…shoot will be May 2, possibly 3 How to Apply Those who would like to apply should email firstname.lastname@example.org. Include your full name, phone number and recent photos. Parents who submit their kids should include their names and ages.