Kids for Lead Roles in Timmy Failure – Disney


Kids for Lead Roles in Timmy Failure - Disney

Disney Auditions for Kids

Have you been searching for how you can audition for Disney to be the next star? There is a new Disney kids audition that you can attend! According to WAFB, the upcoming movie “Timmy Failure” is holding auditions for kids! They state the upcoming Disney movie is looking to cast its lead role along with a few supporting roles. Casting directors are looking for children who have never acted before. Auditions will be held in the coming weeks in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. The team is looking for boys and girls who are 9 to 12 years old. This Disney kids audition is not for extras, it is for lead and supporting roles! If your child would be perfect for this shoot, sign up for the casting call right away!

About Timmy Failure

The popular book series centers on an 11-year-old boy who believes he is the best detective in town and runs the agency Total Failure Inc. with his partner, a 1,200-pound, imaginary polar bear, and his sidekick Rollo Tookus. [Variety]

What They Are Looking For

Looking to cast its lead, as well as a handful of supporting roles, specifically open to children who have never acted before.

Seeking boys and girls of all ethnicities

Ages 9 to 12 years old.

Local to Baton Rouge, LA

No acting experience is necessary to audition.

Kids with unconventional looks, incredible intelligence, and who see life through their own lens and will happily speak about whatever they believe to be true are especially desired. The department is looking to cast a kid who marches to the beat of their own drum.

How to Apply

Parents who would like their child to be considered for an audition should email timmyfailurecastingsouth@disneympp.com. Send in a photo of your child along with your contact information and location.



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4 comments

  1. Emme walker

    Great

  2. Timothy

    I will like an audition

  3. Leen

    And is it cartoon or not?

    -6
  4. Leen

    When are the auditions?