Auditions for Kids for New CommercialA new kids casting call for a toy commercial has been released. Tonka trucks and toys are one of the most well known names. The company that has been bringing children fun and exciting toys since the 1940’s is shooting a new commercial and your child could work on it! Casting directors are accepting emailed submissions from parents so this is an outstanding opportunity. Child models and actors that are selected will be paid $700 for the commercial.About TonkaTonka Toys and trucks have been helping to create wonderful childhood memories since the 1940s. From their infamous Tonka Trucks to their other fun products for kids, Tonka is one of the most well known and popular companies in children’s toys. What They Are Looking ForCasting directors are seeking a boy between the ages of 4 and 12 years old. They are looking for boys with a British accent for the shoot. They are open to boys who live anywhere in the United States.Child Voice Talent With British Accent for Tonka Toy CommercialLooking for a young male voice actor with a British accent for a toy commercial.Must be ages 4-12!The spot is about playing in the dirt, having fun outside and should be read with a lot of energy and positivity. Think “this the best toy EVER!” This read is for a full-buyout, full perpetuity use and will air online and broadcast nationally.Pay Rate: $700How to ApplyParents who would like to submit their kids can do so by voice recording the below script. Feel free to try multiple takes. The recording length should be 30 seconds.Script: For more than 70 years, TONKA and kids have come together to create one epic playtime! With TONKA trucks and your imagination, the possibilities are endless. Operation Rescue, get ready to move in! Heavy haul, coming your way! Whoa! Tonka Climbovers never back down from any obstacle. Even Rip Saw Summit is no match for Tonka toughness! Get TONKA Tough! TONKA, built to last!Once you have a recording you are happy with (or a few) please submit to: email@example.com by September 26th.