Ladies who like to burn rubber are being sought for an ad that pays $15,000 Australian dollars ($11,000 USD.)
McGregor Casting is calling for female car enthusiasts, aged 20 to 30, who can do burnouts for a Sydney television commercial. No acting experience is necessary.
Senior casting director Stevie Ray outlined what the “burnout girl” should include in her audition video.
“All we need you to do is to maybe hop in your car. Don’t do a burnout for me, please don’t, or any doughnut. We just have safety issues about asking people to do that for us,” he said in a video posted online.
“The most important thing is to get you delivering this one line, straight down the barrel, straight down the camera, which is, ‘I found my dream car’.
“If you could give us maybe three or four different reads of that line, just make it really gentle and really subtle.
“We just want to feel that quiet satisfaction that you’ve got an awesome set of wheels that you’ve just bought and you’re a little bit excited but keep it a little bit cool.”
Applicants who already have footage of themselves doing burnouts can attach it to their audition. But Ray warned against doing that for the purposes of the ad.
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“Please don’t go out and specifically do anything in your car for us for this audition,” he said.
Applicants must also introduce themselves in a chat to camera. They must be based in Sydney or surrounding areas, and submissions close on Wednesday.
The ad, for an Australian bank, will be shot in Sydney between Dec. 1 and 5. The successful applicant will be paid $15,000.
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