TV series casting North Fork locals

05/26/2010 12:00 AM |

The USA network television series “Royal Pains” is searching for North Fork residents to appear in scenes to be filmed next month at a local vineyard.
The scenes, which sources said may be shot at Pellegrini Vineyards in Cutchogue, call for dozens of extras to play background partygoers for a second season episode of the series scheduled to air later this summer.
“We’re looking for upscale local talent to work this scene,” said Joanna Vanadia of Grant Wilfley Casting. “It’s supposed to look like the whole town came to this party.”
The casting company said it will seek locals to play party guests, wealthy vacationers, fine-dining servers, high-end estate workers, young and attractive bar patrons, boaters and beachgoers.
The scene will be shot between June 7 and June 9.
Grant Wilfley Casting has provided background casting for numerous other Hamptons productions, including “The Nanny Diaries,” “Something’s Gotta Give,” “Door in the Floor,” “Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind,” “Pollock” and “Deep Impact.”
“Royal Pains” is a Hamptons-based series starring actor Mark Feuerstein, whose character is a former E.R. doctor who moves to the East End and becomes a reluctant “doctor-for-hire” to the rich and famous.
Want to be cast?
Anyone interested should e-mail a recent picture; description of physical features, including height and weight; and contact information to [email protected]
The casting company has asked that you put “Vineyard Estate- LOCAL TALENT” in the subject line. They have also requested you list your union status (SAG/ AFTRA/ Non-Union), the role for which you are submitting, your availability for the week of June 7-9 and if you own a luxury vehicle (please note: year, make, model and color) in the body of your e-mail.
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