CBS has announced the release of its new midseason buddy comedy named Friend Me ab out two twenty somethings who move from Indiana to Los Angeles to start new jobs but at the same time have to adapt to city life. Friend Me will star Christopher Mintz-Plasse (Superbad’s “McLovin”) and Nicholas Braun (Red State) and is being created by writers Alan Kirschenbaum and Ajay Sahgal, is being produced by CBS Studios. It sounds like there’s a sort of Big Bang Theory dynamic happening here. But given the success of that series, which just so happens to be at CBS, we are sure its not a bad thing. The casting directors are taking applications for numerous extra roles and stand ins. This is a great opportunity for anyone that is looking to break into the acting industry.
Friend Me is a multicamera half-hour revolves around twenty-something best friends (Christopher Mintz-Plasse, Nicholas Braun), who move from their hometown of Bloomington, Ind., to L.A. to begin their new lives working at Groupon. Evan has trouble breaking his old slothful habits, and rather than going out after work to explore the town and meet new people, he prefers to play online poker with his friends back home. Rob has different plans and is determined to drag Evan, kicking and screaming, along with him. Parvesh Cheena, Tim Robinson and Dan Ahdoot fill out the cast, which hails from Alan Kirschenbaum and Ajay Sahgal.
The casting directors are now taking application for union and no union actors to participate as extras in this hit comedy series. If you are interested please submit your application along with a photo and resume. Keep checking back for more information on casting dates and times.
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