Saturday 12th February 2022
Casting Society Cares and Actors Pro Expo are hosting Meals-4-Monologues in a Hybrid format. On Saturday February 12th 2022, casting directors and agents from the US will be available online, and those from the UK will be in-person in London.
Donations from performers to support a food drive for regional food banks are welcomed, but not required.
To apply register HERE
Actors from anywhere in the world are welcome to apply to either option. Please only apply to the London option if you can travel there!
Please note that an application is NOT a confirmation that you have a slot. Only those contacted and given a specific time slot will be seen. Please do not email us about your application. We will contact you if you have been selected. Successful actors will be notified on Wednesday February 2nd 2022.
Key information for those who are selected:
- To participate online, you will require a device with uninterrupted internet access.
- You will have up to three minutes in the room.
- You should prepare a one-minute contemporary monologue that showcases you as a performer.
- Your online casting profile will be given to the casting directors.
- You will not receive in advance any details of the casting directors who you will be performing to, but we will send you a list after your performance.
- Have fun and enjoy yourself!
- If you can, please donate any amount on our Go Fund Me UK or Go Fund Me US
Saturday 12th February 2022 – In Person – London
On graduating, after a short stint in the city, she worked as a publicist and manager before starting AK Agents in 2016.
Now, with over ten years experience in the entertainment industry, Alice prides herself on identifying and nurturing talent, developing their career with a focus on the long term.
Andrea cast THE BELLWETHER, “the world’s first English language one-woman feature film” starring ALEX RIED, and was casting consultant on BAFTA winning LATE SHIFT.
She has worked major national and international commercial campaigns, including MCDONALDS, LENOVO, HUAWEI and JOHN LEWIS.
Prior to setting up her own company, andrea co-cast the acclaimed feature films including DOG SOLDIERS, KEEPING MUM and THE THIEF LORD, which starred a young GEORGE MACKAY and AARON TAYLOR-JOHNSON. as an associate casting director, she collaborated on the casting of blockbusters including HELLBOY, BLADE II and HIDALGO. she was also part of the casting team on MTV’S ground-breaking reality programme THE REAL WORLD.
Andrea entered the industry in 1991 as an assistant casting director for DAVIS & ZIMMERMANN and learnt her trade working with internationally renowned directors including JOHN SCHLESINGER, SIR PETER HALL, BLAKE
EDWARDS and FRANCO ZEFFIRELLI.
Andrea sits on the board of the casting directors association and is a member of BAFTA and the casting directors guild.
She is a Bafta member, she is alsoon the board of the European Chapter of the Casting Society of America and she is the winner of the BIFA 2021 Best Casting Award for “Boiling Point”.
Despite the Scottish roots, the London office was the first on the map and that is where Fiona happily resides. Now wedded with twins – a crucial part of any professional biog and consequently, births 2 & 3 – with a daily commute from the suburbs (or currently a daily commute downstairs), Fiona has moved in to the realms of “serious adulting”. A keen (borderline obsessive) long distance triathlete, she mostly gets up at unreasonable times of the morning to train before settling in to the daily joy (and challenge) that is Talent Management.
Collaborations with directors like Alejandro Innaritù, Matthew Weiner, Darren Star, Steven Spielberg, Oliver Stone and Spike Lee, and on films like The Dreamers, allowed Juliette’s
studio to become ‘the casting rendez-vous’ in Paris. In 2019, with the casting team, she won an Artios Award for ‘The Marvelous Mrs Maisel’. She is a European board member of the CSA ,member of ICDN and ARDA. Brought up in Europe and North Africa, Juliette is a multilingual globetrotter. Her various interests include charities – with Eve Ensler she went to Africa for the opening of the City of Joy in the DRC and organized the first edition of the One Billion Rising event in Paris in 2020, in the fight against feminicide.
Marvin has spent nearly a decade working with a range of talent from high profile, leading and award- winning actors, to recent graduates/ up and coming young performers.
Marvin has his own list spanning across Film, TV and Theatre.
Prior to this, Rae spent 10 years working as a professional actress after graduating from the Royal Conservatoire Scotland. Coming from a performance background herself, she loves working with actors in the casting room to get the best performance through an open supportive approach. Rae is also a qualified primary teacher and comes from the Scottish Borders.
Directors she has worked for include Danny Boyle, Roger Michell, Stephen Hopkins, Hugo Blick and Jerry Zucker. Recently she has worked on the feature film PHANTOM THREAD for Paul Thomas Anderson/Annapurna and MARY POPPINS RETURNS for Rob Marshall/Disney, receiving a nomination for the CSA’s Artios Award for Best Casting in a Studio Film.
She completed casting on a 10-part television series for Warner Brothers/ Epix last year and is retained on feature films for Screen Australia and the Irish Film Board. In the autumn she will begin work on a new thriller for Tom Hardy’s Production Company.
In this time she has developed a strong network of contacts across the industry and her knowledge ensures that she makes a substantial contribution to the entertainment industry across all mediums of film, television, theatre, commercials and radio. Her passions have always been working with young actors and actresses; creating and nurturing their natural talents, as well as working with a great roster of international actors. Sharon is one of the most honest, focused, passionate and vociferous personal managers in the business who is governed by a policy of conscientious regard for the clients welfare as well as the overall spectrum of their career.
Since 2020 Sharon has been a member of the PMA Racial Diversity Group, whose aim is to help create change for all actors of colour in the industry.
ENDEAVOUR, AGATHA RAISIN, VAN DER VALK and McDONALD AND DODDS.
Her TV work includes American Presidency, Roosevelt and Lincoln (All for The History Channel), Missile From The East (Sky) and Homeland (Netflix).
After a brief pause to work in theatrical casting, she had an opportunity to go back into voiceover and has been happily there ever since. During the pandemic, she successfully created the Virtual Booth, an online casting technique that allows actors to connect directly with her for personal direction. She has spoken on many panels discussing the importance of casting and the impact it makes on the actors audition.
During her time as department head, she also created a Round Table discussion night which gave actors the opportunity to talk directly with some of the brightest sound engineers in the industry for help and guidance with their at home set ups. A few of Alexa’s clients include Nike, Casper, and a confidential non-commercial experience coming out in 2022 that she can’t wait to share!
She holds a BA in Theatre & Film and a Masters in Cinema. Anne teaches casting for both VCUarts Cinema and Theatre Departments and was a 2018-2019 University of Cambridge visiting scholar. She has been nominated for Casting Society of America’s Artios Awards three times was the 2015 Film Honoree for the Theresa Pollak Prizes in Excellence in the Arts, is a member of the CSA, BAFTA, BIFA, the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences and is a past President of the Virginia Production Alliance and Workforce Development Director for the Virginia Film Office.
Most importantly, having had the benefit of exceptional mentors when she started out, Anne never tires of searching for and mentoring emerging actors. She believes wholeheartedly in helping to illuminate the path for upcoming actors as well as the next generation of casting directors and delights in watching careers progress.
She quickly became the Director of Casting for Theatre while also maintaining her work in television/film. Some of her favorite projects include: Million Dollar Quartet (Apollo & Tour), 1776 (Asolo), Rock “n Roll Christmas Tale and Working (Broadway In Chicago), Sound of Music, Showboat, Carousel, West Side Story (Lyric Opera), National Tours, Sister Act & How to Train Your Dragon, Divergent, Contagion, The Watchmen, Justice League, Empire, Chicago Fire, Chicago PD and Prison Break. She is the resident casting director for Chicago’s LORT theatre, Court Theatre and collaborates with the Lyric Opera of Chicago on the musical included in each of their seasons.
Becca is excited for the upcoming HBO Series, Somebody Somewhere in which she collaborated with Nicole Arbusto to cast, and she delights in any opportunity to collaborate on television and film projects looking for a secret weapon who is an expert in the Chicago market. Becca is an Artios Award winner and a proud member of the Casting Society of America.
Clifton has cast over 100 productions in Atlanta (for Actor’s Express, Agnes Scott College, Horizon Theatre, Theatrical Outﬁt, True Colors Theatre Company, and others). He has directed locally with Alliance Theatre (Kendeda Festival), The Atlanta Opera, and Theatrical Outﬁt. As an actor, Clifton has appeared locally with Alliance Theatre, Actor’s Express, Dad’s Garage, Synchronicity, and Theatrical Outﬁt. Regional acting highlights: Arena Stage, Berkeley Rep, California Shakespeare Theater, San Jose Rep, Weston Playhouse, Barrington Stage, and The O’Neill Center. He has appeared in numerous Atlanta-shot ﬁlms, TV shows, commercials, and industrials. Education: BA in Drama, University of Georgia; MFA in Performing Arts, Savannah College of Art and Design. Clifton is originally from Iron City, GA. He, his husband Chad, and son Grifﬁn live in Atlanta’s historic Cabbagetown neighbourhood.
Opened The Casting Crew, Inc. in Hollywood, Florida in 1990. Relocated to the Atlanta area in 2000. Opened Atlanta Casting LLC 7 years ago. Since then she’s been doing commercials (Go Health, Moe’s, Great Wolf Lodge, Under Armour, zoo Atlanta to name a few) wrapped an indie horror film (Hunting Souls) completely cast in Atlanta . She’s also worked with HBO, NBC and Netflix but really enjoys indies. Just finished casting a SAG short film The Jump”. She loves actors and the process and feels that her acting background helps her be a better casting director.
Dave came to Disney from a successful two-decade career as a talent agent. He represented actors for film, television, and theatre.
A native of NJ, Debby always loved film, TV and theater and was thrilled to discover during college that this could be a profession. She moved to LA with no prospects and a lot of hope to pursue a casting career. She interned for Cathy Henderson and was taught all she needed to know to get a paying job from Cathy’s associate Tom McSweeney. She then worked for and learned so much from Susan Edelman and Mary V. Buck, Denise Chamian as well as the forementioned Marc Hirschfeld and Meg Liberman. Debby and Brett started their company in 1999 and have continued to cast vitalizing and challenging projects for the last 20+ years. She loves that this job is different and full of surprises every single day.
Erica’s film and tv credits: Studio and indie films casting work: The Project, Just Like the Son, Great World of Sound, Mean Girls, Something’s Gotta Give, Hedwig and the Angry Inch, Trick, Shortbus, Party Monster, Hudson Tribes, Doomsdays, C Street, Dark, Julia, Hannah Has a Ho Phase (with Kate McKinnon). TV: Sesame Street, Rachel Dratch’s Late Night Snack, Full Frontal with Samantha Bee, Paramount Network, Viacom, A&E, Lifetime, History Channel, Mind Blown – a Children’s Series for Discovery, ESPY awards, Shorty Awards
Erica’s commercial credits include:
PSA for Michelle Obama’s organization Global Girls Alliance featuring Michelle Obama; Comedy Central promos and commercials for: Amy Schumer show, Broad City, Tosh.0, South Park, The Daily Show, Secret Lives of Pets 2, Burger King, Lowes, Pop Tarts, Twix, Bud Light, McDonalds, Subway, Twizzlers, 3 Musketeers, EHarmony, Kia, Geico, Uber, Dukin, Hotels.com, Dave & Busters…
She has cast for countless top brands in her 25 years in the business: Intel, Milkbone, Nature Made, T-Mobile, Apple Watch, Google, Disney, Boars Head, Kellogg’s, Bengay, Geico, Panera Bread, Certapro, Citibank, Booking.com, Unisom, Target, TV Land/Golden Corral, Whole Foods, Volvo, Buzzfeed/Angry Orchard, Sobe (Superbowl commercial).
Erica expanded her love of collaborating, working freelance for several NYC casting companies. Grey Advertising casting for their top clients: Longhorn, Adore Me, Pantene, Gillette, Pringles, Febreze, Olive Garden, Trulicity, Invesco, TJ Maxx, Abreva, Advil, Hasbro.
She also freelances for Telsey & Co commercial department: cast for Discover, Dunkin, Dollar Shave Club, Uber, GE…and Kipperman Casting commercials: Voice Over: Dunkin’ Gillette/Bic Razor. On-Camera: Macy’s, Applebees, Hyundai, Revlon, Cracker Barrel, MTV Ghosted, Fanduel, Firehouse Sub, Publix, Give a Spit About Cancer Campaign .
Jessica and her team utilize the top online casting tools to reach the widest pool of available talent. By nurturing relationships with more than 1,000 agencies across both coasts, Jessica and Fox Casting can bring the best principals and leads for any project.
Jessica honed her casting eye in the mid-1980’s with Mick Dowd Casting in Los Angeles, where she helped secure talent for commercial campaigns. Accounts included Oscar Meyer, Discover Card, Toyota, 7-Up, Miller Light, Bud Light, AT&T, Oil of Olay, Six Flags, Cheerios, Maybelline, Ford and Cheer. She also assisted with casting the Orion Pictures film Hoosiers starring Gene Hackman.
After spending the next 20 years as Co-Owner of Travis Fox, Inc., Jessica helped individuals foster a world-class mindset in their business and personal lives. She produced live entertainment and multi-media products, working with clients like Honda, Goldman Sachs, T-Mobile, Huddle House, Coca-Cola, Wells Fargo and Bell Atlantic. She resides in Atlanta with her husband and four younger children. Her oldest son is an Air Force Special Forces veteran who recently graduated from Georgetown Law.
She then transitioned into independent casting, working on projects such as “The Get Down,” Baz Luhrmann’s ambitious Netflix series, and Steven Spielberg’s acclaimed drama “The Post,” for which her team was nominated for an Artios Award for Outstanding Achievement in Casting. In NY independent casting, she has worked with a number of top casting directors in the city, and is currently the Associate at Rori Bergman Casting where she has been for 5+ years, working on major studio feature films, independent films, cable and multiple streaming TV shows.
In addition to her work with Rori, Karlee casts short films and features independently, most recently including Amazon Studios’ feature film “I’m Your Woman” starring Rachel Brosnahan slated to premiere this fall.
He also cast PureFlix’s film “God’s Not Dead: We the People” (2021 Isaiah Washington, William Forsythe, Francesca Battistelli). Kelly was nominated for an Artios award for casting Nate Parker’s “American Skin” (2020 Theo Rossi, Omari Hardwick, Beau Knapp, AnnaLynne McCord) which won the 2019 Venice film festival best film sconfini award. Kelly is currently casting the feature “Madeguys” (2022 Mickey Rourke, Frank Grillo, Heather Graham, Ethan Cutkosky). He just signed on to cast the franchise “Transcendents”, produced by Brian Rogers (Godzilla, Harry Potter). He is a proud member of the CSA, Casting Society of America.
Her work as a Casting Director includes Independent and Hollywood Feature Films, Television Series, Government Agency Videos and Commercials.
Kimberly’s casting collaborations include: Regional Casting Director for STARZ original ’The Girlfriend Experience’ and Netflix original ‘House of Cards’ – Seasons 1-3. Additional Series include; The Domesticators, Wayward Girls, Bennie’s starring seven-time, Emmy-award-winning Actor, Ed Asner, Oscar Nominated Actress, Cathy Moriarty, with Joe Esteves and Tonye Patano.
Additional regional casting collaborations; ‘Unsolved Mysteries’, ‘Deep Impact’, ‘Hearts in Atlantis’, ‘Beloved’, ‘The Pelican Brief’, ‘True Lies’, plus numerous Independent Feature and Short Film Projects. Selected Commercials and Government Projects include, ‘Enfamil’, ‘McCormick’, ‘Washington Post’, ‘UMD-UC’, ‘Bud Light’, ‘USDA’, ‘FBI’, and ‘DNI’.
Kimberly Directed, Produced, and Cast proof of concept shorts for series ‘Ward 8’ and ‘The Domesticators’ as well as proof of concept short for the Feature Film ‘Metronome.’ As the Casting Director, and Producer, of the feature film ‘TRI’, she had the pleasure of screening at the Directors Guild of America Theatre in New York. The film continues to screen nationally, and internationally, in cities that host Triathlons.
She is currently Casting, Producing, and Co-Directing, ‘Unorthodox’, screenplay by Writer and Co-Director, Judah Ray. Kimberly is Casting, Producing and Directing ‘Christmas in New England-Ruby’s Snowman’, ‘Christmas in New England-Bells will be Ringing’ and the feature length version of ‘Metronome.’ Additionally she is Producing/Casting ‘The Hive’ by Writer/Director Paul Lingas and Casting ’One Lucky Moon’, a Musical Comedy by Director/Writer Peter Bogdanovich.
Kimberly’s professional memberships include the Casting Society of America, New York Women in Film & Television, Women in Film & Video, Women in Film Arkansas, Nashville Women and Film and Television, Tennessee Women in Film and Media, Independent Film Arizona as well as The Immediate Past President of Women in Film & Television International (WIFTI). Additionally, she is a founding member of Television, Internet & Video Association (TIVA-DC) and The Peer Awards. She is on NYWIFT’s Women’s Film Preservation Fund Committee.
Her thirty year dedication to the art of non traditional casting has earned her a stellar reputation in the industry. Her acting and directing skills enhance her ability to communicate the specific language used between actors and directors, which create exceptional auditions that showcase the talent of the actors she works with in the audition room and now directs on set.
Kimberly frequently lectures, Nationally and Internationally, about “The Casting Process,” “The Collaboration between Directors and Casting Directors,” “Independent Film Production,” and “The challenge of being a Women in a Male Dominated Industry.” Her philanthropic work includes; Advisory Board Member of the Chesapeake Film Festival, the Franklin International Indie Film Festival, Women in Film Arkansa(WIFA), Arts Education in Maryland Schools Alliance (AEMS), New York Junior League, and Junior League of Washington DC, as well as serving as an Advisory Board Member at the National Conservatory of Dramatic Arts, in Washington, D.C.
Moving through the ranks, and learning the business from the ground up, she became a Production Coordinator on many popular films, “Do The Right Thing’, w/ Spike Lee, ‘New Jack City’, w/ Mario Van Peebles.
Lillian also coordinated an AIDS Benefit for New York’s oft-recognized ‘Hale House”. Supervised guest relations for Radio City Music Hall and was account executive for Elizabeth Taylor for whom she handled publicity for the launch of Taylor’s Passion For Men Cologne. Lillian also provided the research for Maurice Hines’ Broadway musical ‘Uptown It’s Hot’.
After spending 30 years in New York City, she moved to Hollywood, and worked in the industry 5 years. She returned to Cleveland where her industry experience and knowledge made her one of the most familiar and respected names in the ‘Cleveland’ Casting Industry. In recent years Lillian has a long career of casting contributions to the film and television industry…Cleveland Casting Director for “Against The Ropes’ dir: Charles Dutton, ‘Antwone Fisher’ dir: Denzel Washington, ‘Spider Man III’, ‘The Soloist’, and in the last few years, “Life’s Poison”, dir: Malcolm Lee, ‘Take Shelter’ dir: Jeff Nichols, ‘The Bye Bye Man’ dir: Stacy Title, ‘The Land’ dir: Steven Caple jr. ‘The Charnel House’ dir: Craig Moss, ‘Love Finds You (3-part series) dir: Terry Cunningham, ‘With This Ring’ dir: Nzingha Stewart.
Included in her professional career are many shorts, independents, industrials, commercials and new media.
Lillian received the prestigious ROBERT G. McGRUDER DIVERSITY IN MEDIA DISTINGUISHED LEADERSHIP AWARD FROM KENT STATE UNIVERSITY. Lillian has been voted a member of CSA (Casting Society of America) the premier organization for casting directors in film, television, theatre and new media. Casting Directors affiliated with the Casting Society of America are committed to maintaining the highest levels of professionalism & ethical responsibility.
Lisa has worked on many network comedies, dramas; feature as well as indie films and has also done major video game. Lisa became head casting director on CBS’ long running show “Criminal Minds”, as well as co-casting director on the spin-off “Criminal Minds: Beyond Borders”. Most recently Lisa was co-casting for the FX pilot “Reservation Dogs” (with all indigenous series regulars) written and directed by Taika Waititi and Sterlin Harjo. Lisa is an active member of the Casting Society of America where she serves as the Co-Chair of the Artistic Development Committee. In addition to casting, Lisa is a successful podcaster.
Her podcast “Killer Casting” www.killercastingpod.com which is all about curating the best shows/movies to watch, and breaking down the acting, writing and production elements. As an acting teacher, Lisa has taught for many college and university programs including University of London, USC, UCLA, Cal State East Bay, San Jose State University, Wright State, Whitman College, and The Actors Studio MFA program in NYC. Lisa has an MFA from the National Theatre Conservatory @ the Denver Centre.
Regional credits include productions for Gulfshore Playhouse, Asolo Rep, Denver Center, Actors Theatre of Louisville, Ogunquit Playhouse, Argyle Theatre, Hangar Theatre, Milwaukee Rep, and many others. Resident Casting Director for the National Alliance for Musical Theatre (NAMT) since 2013, and previously for the New York Musical Festival (NYMF) from 2007-2019. Native Clevelander, member of the Casting Society of America. BFA, Otterbein University.
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Rachel’s career started primarily in TV where she cast shows for numerous networks including the Food Network, Bravo, Lifetime, Oxygen, A&E, Spike, HGTV, and Discovery. At Liz Lewis Casting Partners, she has focused more heavily on scripted projects. Her recent credits include Get Rolling with Otis on Apple TV, and films A Year and Change, All Wifed Out, Lady-Like, The Painter, The Girl Who Left Home, Who is Christmas Eve and King of Knives. She has cast hundreds of commercials and voice-overs, including many that have been recognized with Clio Awards and Cannes Lion Awards. Rachel was honored as the 2019 Heller Awards Recipient for Best Northeast Commercial and VO Casting. She has also cast numerous web series and podcasts.
Rachel is a proud Boston University alumni and sits on the Board of Directors for the Casting Society of America.
As a network executive, she worked on hundreds of pilots, series, specials and MOW’s. Rosalie serves on the Casting Society of America’s Committees of Equity in Entertainment, Training and Education and serves on the Board of Casting Society Cares. In 2019, the Casting Society of America created the Rosalie Joseph Humanitarian Award to honor her philanthropic work both inside and outside the entertainment industry. The first award, presented to Rosalie at the CSA Artios Awards, will be presented annually to a Casting Director or Associate who actively works in philanthropic and humanitarian causes.
Noteworthy casting credits include Edward Scissorhands, Not Alone, Extreme Weight Loss, Cowboy U, Bridezillas and numerous television commercials for clients such as Century 21, Canon, Nationwide Insurance, Publisher’s Clearing House and Corona Beer. Rose is well known for her stellar reputation, tireless work ethic and creative problem solving.
During the pandemic, Rose partnered with LA casting director Kim Swanson creating “Casting Notes From Rose and Kim,” a YouTube show that helps actors navigate the industry through short interviews with powerful guests. We have 30 episodes and are continuing to film this popular show.
Rose also founded a weekly show in Clubhouse called the Craft of Casting where she gathers casting directors from around the world to discuss how we engineer the Craft of Casting.
Follow Rose here Casting by Rose Rosen Socials for her latest acting tips and other gems.
Past film credits include My Friend Dahmer (Tribeca 2017), Equity, Christine, and The Eyes of My Mother (all Sundance 2016), Life Of Crime, Applesauce, Ghost Team, Ratter, Ava’s Possessions, The Abandoned, Jane Wants a Boyfriend, The Happening for M Night Shyamalan, Book of Love, Ordinary World, Three Generations, Catfight (Toronto International Film Festival), Landline and Thoroughbreds (both Sundance films). Throughout her career, Stephanie was on the casting team for Glass, Isle of Dogs, The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou, Moonrise Kingdom, We Own The Night, The Squid and The Whale, Margot at the Wedding, Margaret, Failure to Launch, The Village, Lady In the Water, among others.
Stephanie is Casting Director for The Sinner on USA Network (recently finished the 4th Season), and is co-casting Servant for M. Night Shyamalan, part of the first slate of series produced for Apple TV and in pre-production for its 4th season. Was also a Casting Director for two additional Streaming Series, Clickbait for Netflix, Outer Range for Amazon and the pilot of Shyantaram for Apple TV. She is currently casting an additional Apple Series. A member of the Casting Society of America, Stephanie is a multiple-nominee and multiple-winner for Excellence in Casting.
Frequent and long time collaborators include Primary Stages, Mint Theater Company, New York Classical Theatre, american vicarious, La Femme Theatre Productions, The Peccadillo, Masterworks, Resonance Ensemble, 24 Hour Plays, Voyage Theatre Company, Hudson Valley Shakespeare Company, Cincinnati Playhouse, Capital Repertory Theatre, Actors Theatre of Louisville, Adirondack Theatre Festival, Ford’s Theatre, Kansas City Rep, The New Theatre, The Philadelphia Orchestra, as well others in New York City, in the regions, and abroad.
Stephanie is also a frequent teacher and guest lecturer many colleges and universities around the country. She is passionate about working with creative teams to develop new works. In addition to casting and teaching, she is a member of New York Women in Film and on the New York Board of the Casting Society of America and She is passionate about continuing to expand and champion for diversity, equity, equality and inclusion in the business. She loves working with emerging artists to help them develop their careers.
Recent TV and streaming includes Ish Hashuv Meod, The Dead Girls Detective Agency, Betrayed, Relationship Status and Sneakerheads. She has been nominated for 7 Artios Awards for excellence in casting and has won twice. Sunday is currently the Vice President of Membership & Governance for the Casting Society of America.
She is grateful to have three independent features that all released during the pandemic and are currently available online and VOD: The Artist’s Wife starring Lena Olin and Bruce Dern… Breaking Fast, a Muslim, Arab, gay Rom-Com… and The 11th Green starring Campbell Scott… as well as the Netflix docu-series Heist. Her indie The Big Bend premiered this past fall at the Austin FF and is headed to the Santa Barbara FF in March. Tineka was born in The Netherlands, reared in the States, and is a graduate of Northwestern University’s theater program.