casting director


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cast′ing direc`tor


n.
the person responsible for selecting the cast of a theatrical production, motion picture, etc.
[1920–25]
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Meghan Markle is just like any other woman with insecurities, but the soon to be royal managed to rise above them with the help of legendary casting director, April Webster.
Mumbai: Babumoshai Bandookbaaz casting director Sanjay Chouhan on Tuesday said that he never made the 'fair and handsome' remark about actor Nawazuddin Siddiqui, that has led to a controversy.
He has also been working on the television show Nessyane, as the production manager and casting director.
Auditioning for Film and Television: Secrets From a Casting Director
Daniel John Williams has travelled the world as an actor, director and casting director but said his home is in Teesside.
Synopsis: As a casting director for twenty-three years, Holly Powell witnessed the casting world from three different points of view: As an independent casting director, as Head of Casting for a Studio, and as a Network Casting Executive.
New York, November 11 ( ANI ): Casting director Jen Rudin has revealed in her book 'Confessions of a Casting Director' that Beyonce refused to audition for 'Princess and the Frog', which helped her miss out on the Disney film.
The authors have diverse credentials: Catliff is primarially a casting director and works in the UK, Granville (Director, Northern Film School, Leeds Metropolitan U.
They were sent by a Bollywood casting director over the past few months.
TOP children's casting director Jo Hawes is in Brighouse this weekend to pass on tips about the art of auditioning.
I went to see all the actors I represent in productions before I signed them and I knew they were all great, but there were lots of times when it still didn't help trying to get a casting director to see them.