In the next Netflix season of The Crown, a casting agency has placed a last-minute call for an actor to portray Prince Harry.
Although no professional acting experience is required, the job posting, which closes on October 14, is looking for someone who has a striking physical resemblance to the Duke of Sussex.
A brief video of the candidate discussing a passion they have is required as part of the application procedure for an actor between the ages of 16 and 20 who is wanted.
The popular drama will start filming its sixth season next month.
Robert Sterne, the casting director for the Netflix series THE CROWN, is looking for an excellent young actor to portray PRINCE HARRY in the next season, according to the job description.
William and Harry’s “important” parts in the drama were mentioned in the casting call, so there may be plot threads affecting their life as young princes in the late 1990s and early 2000s.
The casting call says that the show will premiere in 1998 and continue until at least 2005, only one year after Princess Diana passed away.
We’re seeking for a person who has a striking physical similarity since the part is important in this critically acclaimed show.
“Shooting will start in the UK in November 2022.”
No prior experience in acting for a living is necessary. We have a lot of experience helping young performers and their families through the creative process, which they find to be quite fulfilling.
In order to participate in the casting call, candidates must submit their name, age, date of birth, a selfie, how they learned about the position, where they are located, and, for those who are less than 18, permission from a parent or legal guardian.
It was revealed earlier this month that Meg Bellamy, an actress, has been chosen to play Kate Middleton in the forthcoming season of The Crown.
A’stunning actress’ was sought by the Netflix series in April to play the part of a young Kate, and after a five-month search, they finally found their Duchess.
Meg, who studied theater at St. Crispin’s School and served as head girl there, will co-star with Ed McVey, who will play her fictional spouse Prince William.
Ed and Meg will portray the pair at the time when their romance began to take off when they were undergraduates at St. Andrews University.
Meg’s first significant acting role—which she landed only a few months after graduating from Wokingham’s comprehensive school—is that of the future Queen Consort.
After the information was out, Meg posted on Instagram, saying, “Pinch me please… I’m thrilled to share that I’ll be portraying Kate Middleton in Netflix’s sixth season of “The Crown.” I will try my best to represent Kate well since it is such an honor to be a part of the most amazing cast and crew.
Along with Ed, 16-year-old Rufus Kampa will portray the Prince at a different time in his life, focusing on his adolescence and how he and the royal family dealt with Princess Diana’s passing.
Ed said the following on Instagram once his involvement became known: “Ahhhhh the big news is now out!!! I’m over the moon to get the chance to portray Prince William in Series 6 of “The Crown”! with the incredible @megkbellamy. I can’t wait to learn all I can about this incredible shoot! See bio for full press release.
Rufus appeared in a few West End shows before making his professional acting debut in Sue Townsend’s The Secret Diary of Adrian Mole 13 & 3/4s: The Musical.
To find “outstanding young performers,” the program previously held a casting call for the roles of Prince William and Prince Harry.
The era will probably include William’s time at the University of St. Andrew’s in Scotland, where he first met Kate, as well as the nuptials of Prince Charles and Camilla Parker-Bowles and the events that followed Princess Diana’s passing.
The dates also include the celebration of the Queen’s Golden Jubilee and the royal family’s response to major international events like the 9/11 terrorist attacks.
Other significant occasions during this time period were Princess Margaret’s passing in 2002 and the deaths of the Queen mother and Edward Wessex in 1999.
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