Commercial Audition for Honda CommercialAppearing in a TV commercial is a marvelous way to start your acting career. There is a new commercial audition to apply to for a major automobile company. Honda is filming a new commercial in Los Angeles, California and is looking for models, actors and real people who are career professionals. They are looking for men and women who are in their mid-twenties through retirement age who are college educated and have at least two years of experience in their current field. Producers are looking for professionals who have careers in Architecture, Business, Communications, Design, Government, Law, Public Policy, Medicine, Education, Engineering and Science. Filming will be in Los Angeles, California on February 13th. Selected participants will be paid $1,000.00.About HondaFounded in 1948 in Hamamatsu, Japan, Honda opened its first U.S. storefront in Los Angeles, CA, in 1959. What began as a nimble operation with eight industrious associates would quickly grow to astounding heights. What They Are Looking ForTiffany Company Casting is casting a really great commercial for HONDA looking for outgoing and interesting MEN AND WOMEN IN THEIR MID 20s TO RETIREMENT AGEWe are looking for professionals in all types of careers! Including but not limited to people in the fields of Architecture, Business, Communications, Design, Government, Law, Public Policy, Medicine, Education, Engineering and Science.Must be college educated and have at least 2 years of experience in their current field.We are not looking for actors for this.Los Angeles, California locals only*This commercial is non-unionIf booked, this job pays participants $1,000. We are casting this Wed, Thurs and Friday via Skype/FaceTime and in person. Callbacks are Saturday. This commercial shoots on 2/13.How to ApplyPlease email email@example.com ASAP with the following information for consideration: 1) Full Name 2) Phone Number 3) E-mail Address 4) Age 5) City/State 6) Short intro about yourself, your occupation, how long you have been in your industry and what drove you to choose your career path after college. 7) ***3-4 CASUAL PICTURES – Social media type pics are great. Anything that shows a sense of your personality (selfies, outdoor adventures, traveling, family and friend pics, hanging with your pets, having fun, etc.) Please have at least 1 pic show a clear view of your face.