Admire Season 3 of “Bridgerton”? Apply for These Jobs

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“Bridgerton” has returned! The first four episodes of Season 3 of the Netflix series are available for binge-watching by both new and returning viewers as of May 16. Even though the third season finale won’t air until June 13, this is the ideal opportunity to discover your own period piece or romance project. Take a look at these gigs, all of which are seeking talent for casting.

“Perfect Love”

Casting is now open for a short film about a marriage proposal that will be shot in northern Melbourne in late June or early July. A main male actor (25–32 years old) and a lead female actor (25–32 years old) are needed for the roles of Mike and Sarah, respectively. For an unforeseen amount of time, both positions pay AU$10 per hour.

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“Uncharted Hearts,” Vertical Casting for Films

A modern romance scripted series is currently accepting cast members for its mid-July Los Angeles filming. A lead male and female actress, both between the ages of 18 and 25, is sought for the production to play Alexander Blake and Emily Carter, respectively. For an estimated seven days of work, both professions pay $500 each day.

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“To Her Next Lover”

Toronto is hiring for a short romantic film that will shoot from June 28 to July 1. An 18–24 year old female lead actor is needed for the role of Rita. For an expected three days of labor, the function pays a flat payment of CA$500.

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“Rose Crown”

A romantic web series is hiring for its May 20–27, Los Angeles, filming period. A lead female actress (aged 21–30) to portray Lou, a lead male actor (aged 23–35) to play Laurence Simon, and a supporting male actor (aged 23–32) to play Joe are among the roles that the production is filling.

Lou and Laurence Simon’s jobs pay $200 to $250 per day for a seven-day workweek. Joe’s salary ranges from $150 to $250 per day for a seven-day workweek.

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“Le Painderella”

A short film set in Brooklyn that takes a modern spin on “Cinderella” is currently accepting actors for its June or August filming. A main female actress, ages 23 to 30, is sought by the production to play Lilly, and a lead male actor, ages 24 to 30, is sought to play Oliver. For an estimated three days of work, both professions pay a flat rate of $500.

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“Into the Black”

Casting is underway for a romantic feature film that will shoot in Los Angeles and San Bernardino, California, in September and October. A supporting male actor, ages 35 to 50, is needed for the role of The Professor; a supporting female actress, ages 30 to 50, is needed for Mama J; and a supporting female actor, ages 30-43, is needed for Adaobi.

Mama J and The Professor have flat rates of $100–$1,000 for around six days of work. Adaobi’s salary ranges from $100 to $1,000 each day for a seven-day workweek.

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“Belle & Beau”

For its next shot in Chapel Hill, North Carolina, a nonunion romantic feature film is currently accepting applications. A main male actor, 25, is being cast as Beau; a lead female actor, 21, is being cast as Belle; and a supporting female actor, 21, is being cast as Tara. Beau’s salary ranges from $200 to $250 per day for a projected 21 days of work.

For an estimated 21 days of labor, Belle’s function pays $100–$200 each day, while Tara’s role earns a fixed rate of $160–$250 for the same amount of work. Note that being nude is required for every role on the list. Ballet and guitar abilities are also necessary for the role of Belle.

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