TBS has signed on the ever so witty comedy drama television series “Tyler Perry’s House of Payne” for another hilariously filled season. Casting director are in search of 6 talent for new lead roles, stand-ins, and extras to fill in a few of the scenes in the newly written season. The show is about a multi-generation family that lives under one roof in the suburbs of Atlanta, Georgia. House of Payne had it’s first premiere back in 2006 and has been held on to exclusivity through TBC Cable Network. The sitcom covers various areas of dark themes and unique subject matter. The characters talk about substance abuse and addiction to elements of humor and relationships.
“Tyler Perry’s House of Payne” can definitely be categorized in the same group as the 1990s television series “The Jeffersons”, “Family Matters”, and “The Cosby Show”. Directed and created by the hilariously witted Tyler Perry and his team at TBS. The show stars actors LaVan Davis, Cassi Davis, Allen Payne, Lance Gross, Larramie “Doc” Shaw, and China Anne McClain. Tyler Perry is responsible for directing every episode for the first 5 seasons and from then on he gets help from his producer Roger M. Bobb, and Kim Fields.
Casting directors are looking to book a totaly of 6 new talent for 6 available recurring characters in the script. This does not mean they will be full leads and featured in the series until it’s end, but they will be recurring for some of the new scenes for this up and coming season. Talent do not have to be professional actors or models and can definitely be flexible in what they will be asked to do on set. All talent who are interested in just playing extras should definitely cover that with the casting department. Auditions are in the near future as filming in set for later this year. Production is underway on booking the perfect talent for this hit television series on TBS. If you are between the ages of 4 and 70 years old and have your own transportation to and from the casting you should definitely come out to auditions. Make sure to dress professional and be prepared for the audition. Good luck!