Shooting on "Glee" season two begins on July 24, 2012.
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The smash hit musical comedy-drama television series "Glee" is casting new series recurring roles, guest stars, and day players for it's fourth season. In addition, extras and stand-ins are being cast throughout the season which will continue through April 16, 2013. "Glee" is filmed at Paramount Studios in Los Angeles utilizing a single-camera setup. Season 4 of "Glee" will launch on a new night and time on Thursday September 13, 2012 at 9:00-10:00pm ET/PT.
To kick off Glee's fourth season, Golden Globe Award winner and Academy Award nominee Kate Hudson has joined the cast in a six-episode run. In her first return to television since "Sex in the City," Emmy Award-winning actress and fashion icon Sarah Jessica Parker will also guest star in the fourth season. Celebrated in film, television and fashion, Sarah Jessica Parker continues to expand upon her impressive collection of credits with her remarkable range and effortless style.
In regards to cast members returning to "Glee" season 4 - showrunner Ryan Murphy stated in May 2012 to Vulture.com, "We had a meeting, and you know we've become like a family, and I said to them, 'Anybody who wants to stay on the show will stay on the show. They're all coming back, anyone who is a regular is coming back. Everyone said yes. It doesn't mean everyone will be doing 22 episodes, but everyone wants to stay in our family and our world".
"Glee" is produced by Ryan Murphy Television in association with 20th Century Fox Television. Ryan Murphy, Brad Falchuk and Ian Brennan are co-creators of the series. Murphy, Falchuk, Brennan and Dante Di Loreto serve as executive producers. The series follows a hopeful teacher who attempts to save McKinley High’s glee club from obscurity while helping a group of talented kids realize their true star potential.
Minors and foreign talent must be legally eligible to work in the state of California and in the United States.
The Los Angeles Actors Resource Guide eBook includes the following information and documents for adults, minors, and foreign talent who would like to work as an actor or extra on film and television productions in Los Angeles and the United States:
• USA Child Actor Work Permit Requirements
• California Child Actor Permit Application
• California Minors Summary Chart
• Child Actor Coogan Trust Deposit Instructions
• California Division of Labor Standards Offices
• Immigration Work Permit Information
• Non-Immigrant Visa Application
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• Audition Tips
• How To Make an Audition Video
• Los Angeles Casting Directors List
• Los Angeles Extras Casting Directors List
• Los Angeles Talent Agents List
• General Talent Agent Information
• Los Angeles Acting Classes List
• Acting Classes for Young Actors in Los Angeles
• Los Angeles Headshot Photographers List
• Sample Actors Resume
• Sample Beginning Actors Resume
• Sample Cover Letters
• Entertainment Industry Terminology
• Miscellaneous Los Angeles Resources
• Actors Unions
• PDF Users Guides
The Actors Resource Guide eBooks are available here.
Principal Actor Casting
See the post titled Headshot and Resume Information regarding how to submit for acting roles.
Submit photos and resumes by mail only.
No phone calls or personal drop-offs.
4705 Laurel Canyon Blvd.
Valley Village, CA 91607
c/o Roundabout Theatre Co.
231 W. 39th Street
New York, NY 10018
Sande Alessi Casting
13731 Ventura Blvd.
Sherman Oaks, CA 91423
Registration Hotline Information - (818) 623-7040
Do NOT send photos and resumes to the production companies, as they will most likely end up being thrown away. They do not cast the films, rather they hire casting directors who sort through the thousands of submissions.
Ryan Murphy Productions
5555 Melrose Avenue
Los Angeles, CA 90038
20th Century Fox Television
10201 W Pico Blvd.
Bldg 103, Rm 5286
Los Angeles, CA 90035
Dante Di Loreto
Note: Various directors work different episodes during the season. In television shows composed of individual episodes, the television director's role differs from that of a film director in that he or she may work only on some television episodes as opposed to the director of an entire film production. In episodic television productions, the major creative control resides with a producer of the show. The television producer with creative control is called the showrunner (in this case Ryan Murphy).
Dianna Agron - Quinn Fabray
Chris Colfer - Kurt Hummel
Jane Lynch - Sue Sylvester
Jayma Mays - Emma Pillsbury
Kevin McHale - Artie Abrams
Lea Michele - Rachel Berry
Cory Monteith - Finn Hudson
Amber Riley - Mercedes Jones
Matthew Morrison - Will Schuester
New series regulars also being cast.
When a High School Spanish teacher, Will Schuester, becomes the director of the school's failing Glee club, New Directions, he hopes to be able to rejuvenate it. The club competes in the choir competition circuit. It's been called "a High School Musical for adults", the series follows the club and its mixture of oddball members as they try and restore it to its former glory. It is a musical comedy in which the eager and ambitious students not only compete to win the Nationals, but also have to deal with the tough and cruel realities of their school, McKinley High. At the same time, Will is trying to rejuvenate his failing love life whilst preventing the school's cheer leading coach Sue Sylvester from sabotaging the choir.