Casting Call for Disney’s “Buddyslam” Series




Disney Channel is setting auditions for both starring and co-starring roles in the comedy series Buddyslam. The multi camera series requires 2 boys, 12 year old, with adult counterparts. Shooting begins in July at Hollywood Center Studios in L.A. In order to be considered talent must have legal eligibility to work in L.A. and in television productions.

About the Pilot

The series revolves around Harry Brewster, a kid with anger issues. Harry is a good kid and to control his temper, he works on his favorite pastime with his friend Troy, Wrestling. The two boys accidentally drink the beverage given by their anger management counselor George, which turns them into 6 feet tall grownups; they then take his place in Slamarama, a major wrestling event, marking the beginning of their new world of adventure and danger.

Buddyslam is created by Ron Rappaport, the co executive producer of the Disney series Lab Rats; for this series he will work as the writer and executive producer, with Greg Schaffer as the producer. Laugh Productions is producing the series, and has been behind other hit shows on Disney Channel like Girl Meets World, Live and Maddie, Good Luck Charlie, Wizards of Waverly Place, The Suite Life on Deck, Jonas, and Hannah Montana.

Casting Information

Only people who are legally eligible to work in Los Angeles should apply for the auditions. People who are not legally eligible to work in Television productions should not apply as they will not be cast. You can look up plenty of different resource guide books on this, and what makes you eligible.

Note: The 2016 Los Angeles Actors Resource Guide has all the details and necessary documents for children, teens, adults, and any foreign talent who wishes to work as an actor or an extra in a television production in the United States.

Personal drop offs and phone calls will not be entertained. All actors can drop off their resumes by mail at:

Julie Ashton Casting
6253 Hollywood Blvd.
Suite 505
Los Angeles, CA 90028

Most supporting and starring roles will be cast through talent agents; if you like you can contact a talent agent and apply through them. That being said, if you are not signed with an agent you can always self submit. It is highly recommended that you send in a headshot (color 8×10) and resume with the cover letter in a clear full face window envelope (9 x 12); the photo must be visible in the window.

To apply for the extras casting send to:

For Children:

Kids! Management
207 S Flower Street
Burbank, CA 91502
Registration Info: (661) 244-4621

For Adults:

Central Casting
220 S. Flower Street
Burbank, CA 91502
Registration Info: (818) 562-2755

Do not send any photos or resumes to production companies, they will be discarded. Production companies do not cast actors; they hire casting directors who do so.


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