Hap & Leonard is now casting African American men and women in their 30’s to 80’s to play church goers in Atlanta, Georgia. Producers are specifically looking for older African American women in their 70’s to 80’s for a featured spot. Filming will take place in Atlanta.
The show is about a former prisoner named Hap Collins. He served time in a federal prison for refusing to adhere to the draft policy in the military during the Vietnam War. Season 1 starts the day Collins is released from prison. He is now in his late 30’s and is trying to survive working as a laborer on a Texas farm. His best friend Leonard is an African American Vietnam veteran dealing with severe anger issues.
Filming of the first season took place in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, although the series is set in 1980s in the fictional town of LaBorde in East Texas.
To audition for a role on Hap & Leonard check out the casting call details below.
Season 2 Casting Call
We are looking for a few additional African American men and women – 30’s to 80’s to portray 1980’s church goers
Older African American female – 70’s to 80’s for a featured role — also for Tuesday
This is a great opportunity to be apart of a new series on SundanceTV. Critics rated the first season very high and the second season has just as much promise.
Fill out the submission form below to get more auditions.