CBS is looking for 3 Hispanic Series Regulars for the new Rob Schneider, Cheech Marin Sitcom

CBS is casting a half-hour comedy show starring ROB SCHNEIDER, CHEECH MARIN, EUGENIO DERBEZ.

Seeking 3 Hispanic Series Regular (leads). Submission deadline is July 19.

AFTRA – but no prior AFTRA membership required to audition.
Production dates: Aug 16 – Dec 15, 2011 in Los Angeles.

The 3 roles are:

Series Regular. (25-35) Hispanic, younger than her new husband, Rob (Rob Schneider), beautiful, hot, lively, appealing, smart, pragmatic, not easily intimidated.

Series Regular. (45-60) Maggie’s Hispanic mother.

Series Regular. (10-12) Hispanic, sullen, bright, straight-talking.

A self-tape submission system has been set up on
1. Please visit and click on Untitled Rob Schneider Project
2. Review the material and instructions and download the sides
3. Film your scene
4. Upload directly to Casting through
5. The process is completely FREE and your video will remain private, accessible only to production staff.


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