ABC comedy series ‘Suburgatory’ season 2 auditions and casting calls

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Forbes named Jane Levy on their list of 30 under 30 who are “reinventing the world”.
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The hit ABC single-camera comedy series “Suburgatory” is in production on it’s second season and the principal actor casting directors are auditioning talent for new starring, recurring, guest starring, and day player roles. In addition, the extras casting company is hiring extras and stand-ins throughout the season, which will run through Spring, 2013. The half-hour comedy is produced by Warner Bros. Television and Piece of Pie Productions The second season will premiere on Wednesday October 17, 2012 on ABC. Although the show’s setting is in New York, filming takes place in Los Angeles.

Disney Channel casting kids 6-15 yrs and adults for new series pilot ‘Dog with a Blog’

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“Dog with a Blog” director Neal Israel directed Hillary Duff in several episodes of “Lizzie McGuire“.
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Disney Channel and It’s a Laugh Productions are moving forward with a new comedy series pilot episode titled “Dog with a Blog”. It is not known if this is a working title. The award winning casting director for the show is holding auditions in Los Angeles for series regulars, including several kids ages 6-8 yrs, 13-15, and middle aged adults.

Feature film ‘The Story of Bonnie and Clyde’ re-casting starring roles

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Beautiful Taryn Manning, who was to play Mary O’Dare, is one of the actors being replaced.
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The Cypress Moon Productions feature film “The Story of Bonnie and Clyde” is currently casting and re-casting a number of starring roles after Hilary Duff announced she is pregnant and was pulling out of the project. Duff was set to play Bonnie Parker. Kevin Zegers was set to play Clyde Barrow, however he also pulled out of the project due to scheduling conflicts. Shooting will begin in November, 2011 and take place in Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama, and Missouri.