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CLOSED – Improvisational Acting Roles

Multiple Roles for Improv Actors

Improvisational Acting Roles

We are no longer accepting actors for these roles.

We are casting improv actors for roles in upcoming testimonial videos. We are seeking imaginative actors who can internalise their character’s story, expand on it, and perform these testimonies in a natural ad-libbed style. The actors must have experience with improv performance, and be confident and comfortable acting for screen.

The videos will be filmed with a lo-fi, homemade aesthetic, similar to your average YouTube vlog. It should feel that you are sat in front of your laptop, telling your story.

What are we looking for?

Evidence that you can tell a story on camera naturally and authentically

Evidence that you can expand on a story, ad-libbing anecdotes or personal touches

Pay Rate

£250 + up to £75 travel

One half day, filming in Bristol.

Wardrobe provided by actor.

Final video to be made available to actor for personal showreel.

How to Apply

We are no longer accepting actors for these roles.

Three Questions

How did you feel when the injury first happened?

What was it like to be neglected by your doctors?

As you struggled to recover from your injury, what pressures did you face in your family life?

Scenario

I was playing a game of rugby and as I was about to catch the ball,  I fell awkwardly on my outstretched hand, injuring it.  Something instantly felt wrong and I went straight to A&E. I was worried that I may not be able to attend my job as a carpenter the next day. I recently landed a big contract with a large company and I was really concerned that I would not be able to follow through with that work.

The hospital told me it was a sprain. My wrist was very painful and swollen but they advised  me to take the painkillers put ice on the swelling. I wasn’t given the option of an x-ray and they sent me home on the same day.

I couldn’t return to work as I was in agony from the pain. The pain in my wrist didn’t improve and so after 2 weeks I decided to see my GP for some advice. My GP provided me with stronger painkillers and sent me home to rest. I went back to my GP a number of times to complain that the pain wasn’t improving and that I had problems holding or gripping things but he kept reassuring me that my wrist would improve in time.

After about 4 months, I saw my GP and demanded that I be referred to the hospital for an x-ray. The x-ray revealed that I my wrist was fractured. It wasn’t healing and I’d require surgery to unite the fracture.

If I’d had an X-ray in the first place, I wouldn’t have needed surgery, just a cast for several weeks. My recovery would most likely have been a lot quicker. 

The delay in treating my injury has had major consequences for me. I was unable to work for many months and provide for my family. I was also very worried that we would lose our home. Thankfully, with the help of a legal team, I was able to claim back my lost earnings, taking into account the large contract that I had lost out on. The compensation I received has prevented us from losing our home and has kept our family together. 

Thank You

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