6 Texas CDs to Follow on Social Media
Each state has its inner circle. Texas is no different, so don’t hesitate to use all the tools at your disposal to begin to build relationships within the industry. For working actors looking to get work in Texas, here are six CDs based in the Lone Star State to follow on social media!
@KatzKasting Katrina Cook’s credits include a slew of indie films based out of Texas, as well as work finding extras and reality TV stars. Cook often tweets out projects currently seeking actors.
@BurtonCasting Known for their commercial work with clients including Bud Light, Chevy, M&Ms, and AT&T (Yay for residuals!), Burton Casting, made up of Brad Burton and Kimberly Williams, will help keep your finger on the pulse of upcoming projects in the Texas area.
@LindaMcAlister Based out of Texas and Los Angeles, CD Linda McAlister brings the big ambitions of Hollywood to the developing film and TV industry of Texas. Her feed will provide you with local events such as film festivals, trailers for upcoming releases to get excited about, as well as success stories and reviews.
@Beth Sepko Beth Sepko is one of the top names in casting in Texas with titles on her résumé including ABC’s “American Crime,” “Dallas,” “Friday Night Lights,” and a slew of Robert Rodriguez projects including “From Dusk Till Dawn,” “Machete,” “Sin City,” and “Spy Kids.” Her Facebook page gives frequent updates for what’s needed in her upcoming projects.
@caststation Run by CD Johnny Williams, The Cast Station has just launched its new Twitter account offering opportunities to working actors out of Austin and L.A. Casting both union and nonunion actors, their work includes commercial projects for Visa, Kraft, Nissan, Dunkin Donuts, Hallmark, Sony, Sears, and Comcast, as well as the Al Pacino- and Holly Hunter-starring feature “Manglehorn.”