Richmond – Casting for Geico Commercial – deadline Feb 2 – Paid

SpangTV Casting is searching for a diverse group of actors/actresses for several exciting GEICO commercials!

Client: GEICO
Agency: The Martin Agency

Shoot Location: Richmond, Virginia
Submission Deadline: Friday, February 2nd at 5pm
Shoot Dates: Tuesday, February 6th and/or Wednesday, February 7th
Pay: $400-$500/day
Usage: 1 yr use and unlimited lifts

*Note: There will be no in-person auditions for these roles.*

TO SUBMIT
1) Please fill in this form at the following link: SpangTV Casting Call – GEICO – Submission Form : https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfLcUAgv1iGn9442tOnU9wIsmG0rz-JGs9knkzPwz4jeS_DUg/viewform

AND

2) Send your headshot and resume to casting@spangtv.com. Use the following SUBJECT HEADING or your submission (personalized to YOU):
Your First and Last Name, ROLE
For example: Joan Smith, KAREN

AND (optional)

3) Submit your self-tape in a separate email by using the following SUBJECT HEADING:

SELF-TAPE, Your First & Last Name, ROLE

If you fill out the above form, email your headshot & resume AND type the subject heading as instructed, your submission is considered complete! Note, the likelihood of you getting cast increases if you also submit a self-tape!

Thank you for following our instructions.

Self-Tape Instructions:
Please slate by stating your name, the city in which you live, and which role you are auditioning for.
For the role in which you submit, we’d like to hear the lines in the sides above, and then some improv.
 

GEICO DVX – CAST BREAKDOWN

Salad Bar – :15
Mom or Dad – Late 30s to early 40s. Working class, clean, loving. A good, busy parent that needs a night off from cooking at home.

Child – Male or female. 8 or 9-ish: A kid that’s just discovered that “being cool” is a thing. Somewhat tough. Freckles, big cheeks a plus.

Tea – :15
Karen – Female, retirement age, 55-70 – any ethnicity
Becky – Female, retirement age, 55-70 – any ethnicity

^Karen and Becky are old friends that have afternoon tea together every week. They might have a southern belle quality to them. Friendly, gossipy, unique faces.^

State Fair – :15
Todd/Tina – 9-16 years old, male or female, any ethnicity
Greg/Meghan – 9-16 years old, male or female, any ethnicity

^Looking for unique faces and preteens/teens with expressive smiles. Tomboy types and/or 90s-style bowl cut haircuts a plus.^

Clothes – 15:
Sam: 25-35, female, any ethnicity
Tori: 25-35, female, any ethnicity

^Sam and Tori shop with each other all the time. Witty, fashionable, deadpan, trendy.^

Harvest – 15:
Belinda: 40-50, any ethnicity
Rosemary: 40-50, any ethnicity

^Belinda and Rosemary are lifetime gardeners. Feminists with green thumbs. Both slightly unkempt. Long, grey hair a plus^

Vending Machine – :15
Ron: 30-45, male, any ethnicity
Susan: 30-45, female, any ethnicity

Ron and Susan are hip young professionals. Ron probably has a beard, Susan wears glasses, maybe has tattoos. Two successful intellectuals that work in a creative corporate environment.

GEICO DVX – SIDES

Chinese Buffet/Salad Bar – :15
Salad Bar Mom/Dad – Line 1 – “That’s why you’re father and I switched and saved with GEICO.”
Salad Bar Child – Line 1 – “You sound like a GEICO commercial.”

Grandfather Clock/Tea – :15
Karen – Line 1 – “And I told her, why would anyone not switch to GEICO?”
Becky – Line 1 – “Oh, Karen. You talk like a GEICO commercial.”

State Fair – :15
Todd/Tina – Line 1 – “My dad says winners switch and save money with GEICO.”
Greg/Meghan – Line 1 – “You sound like one of those GEICO commercials.”

Clothes – :15
Sam – Line 1 – “So I said, ‘Yeah, but do you even save hundreds with GEICO?’”
Tori – Line 1 – “GEICO, is like, so the best.”

Harvest- :15
Belinda – Line 1 – “And just like that, in less than 15 minutes I had saved more than %15 on my car insurance.”
Rosemary – Line 1 – “We could be in one of those GEICO commercials.”

Vending Machine – :15
Ron – Line 1 – “I told her, ‘Who’s got two thumbs and saved hundreds with GEICO!?’ (Points thumbs to self) “This guy!”
Susan – Line 1 – “You sound like a GEICO commercial.”