Casting Frontier: Thanks For the Laugh

I got an email from Casting Frontier last night. I never go onto the site so I was curious as to what they were sending me.

Here’s the email:


Your TCF profile matches some of the three criteria for the following role: Little Person MALE

Description:  MUST BE ABLE TO SWIM.

Union Status: Non-Union

Rate: 600.00 for half-day shoot

Age Range: 18-40

Gender:       Male

Ethnicity:    Caucasian

Uh… I guess 3 out of 5 isn’t bad.

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