Today TVShowAuditions.info is reporting that MGM Television and On Site Productions are now in production on season 3 of the hugely popular MTV television series “Teen Wolf”. The casting director is holding auditions throughout the season for guest starring, recurring roles, and day players. The extras casting director is also casting general background and featured extras throughout the third season, which is 24 episodes long. “Teen Wolf” relocated production from Atlanta to Los Angeles after being approved for a California film and TV tax credit.
Starring in “Teen Wolf” is Teen Choice Awards winner Tyler Posey playing the central character Scott McCall, a teenager whose life changes after he becomes a werewolf. Also starring is Teen Choice Awards winner Crystal Reed as Allison Argent, Scott’s love interest and member of the Argent werewolf hunters; Dylan O’Brien plays the role of Stiles Stilinski, Scott’s sarcastic human best friend; Young Artist Awards winner Tyler Hoechlin is Derek Hale, a mysterious werewolf; Holland Roden plays Lydia Martin, Allison’s best friend; Daniel Sharman portrays Isaac Lahey; Sinqua Walls plays Boyd; Ian Bohen plays a recurring role as Peter Hale; and twins Charlie and Max Carver play Aiden and Ethan.
The talented writer Jeff Davis is creator, head writer and executive producer for “Teen Wolf”, and also serves as showrunner. Davis, who holds a master’s degree in screenwriting from the University of Southern California, created the series because of his love of the horror genre. His other executive television producing/writing credit is the CBS crime drama series “Criminal Minds”. Marty Adelstein also serves as executive producer on “Teen Wolf”. Adelstein is one of the founding members of the powerhouse Endeavor Talent Agency.
Details on how talent can submit for acting roles, and email submission information for extras can be found on the following casting post:
Teen Wolf Extras Casting Calls
All talent including minors and foreign actors must be legally eligible to work in the state of California and in the United States.
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