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John Scottsdale, AZ

I have been with MovieWork Now about thirteen months. Considering my serious interest in acting, I needed to be with a group that would help me along. I also knew there was a need for “mature” talent. Seriously, the moment I walked in to the office I knew I was in the right place. The auditioning process was interesting and proved the value of my relationship with MovieWork Now Casting. The production company searched the talent database and based on their physical requirements (a mature person) selected me to audition for a lead role. So there I was in front of nine people I did not know, reading for the part of a not-so-nice character and trying to get the intensity needed. I have to admit to being more excited than nervous...but somehow managed to get the role. I was cast as “The Admiral” in the Sci-Fi Film “Villikon Chronicles”. In fact, during the shoot, I got so excited and nervous the Director had to settle me down!


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Jackie Mesa, AZ

I started acting at age 10 with MovieWork and was chosen for a featured extra role in "Surviving Disaster: Iran Hostage Rescue" a docudrama about Staff Sgt. J.J. Byers who survived the 1980 Iran hostage rescue attempt. I also worked as a featured extra after almost landing a lead role in the feature film “Moonpie” starring Michael McDonald and Stephanie Weir from Mad TV. I guess the production company was impressed because they want to fly me to France this summer for a screen test for a movie there. I also recently finished a featured role in the Tom Proctor feature film “Sugar Creek Killer”. I would like to be a well known great actor and be in a movie with Jackie Chan so I am pushing toward my goal!


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Daniel Tucson, AZ

I have always had a secret passion for music and acting but never thought of pursuing either until now. I was always inspired by "Spaghetti Westerns" because of the realistic detail to the era and even had an opportunity to play an Apache Indian in the late 60's in a western titled "High Chaparral" shot at Old Tucson studios. I recently was chosen for a print advertisement campaign for the Arizona Lottery which will appear in several media publications. I was called by MovieWork Now to go to an audition in Phoenix and at the audition they had me make several facial expressions and dance around as if I won the lottery. It was very quick and they were all very friendly. I got a call a few days later telling me that I was picked for the print portion of this job. The shoot was really fun and I have been treated so well by everyone at MovieWork Now and the production company.

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