The Casting Pitt is a free tool for actors, directors, crew and more. It gives you the power to find and share opportunities (like casting calls) in a safe and controlled manner. Are you looking for actors? We give you full control over your casting calls and the ability to reach hundreds of actors. Looking for opportunities? Easily browse casting and crew calls and respond through private messages, comments, or email. We are not a talent agency or paid service.
We care about our users because we understands their needs first hand. The site is open to more than just film directors and actors; models, organizations, theatres, photographers and more can take full advantage of its great services. TCP prides itself in maintaining a safe environment for casting and crew calls by actively eliminating spam and fraud, and implementing privacy features such as private messaging to private posts. All of TCP's services are free to its users, and there are no premium memberships or pay-for-opportunity options available. Creating and finding casting opportunities has never been easier.
- We are 100% free, no paid features.
- The site is run by filmmakers and actors.
- We have a track record of listening to our users and implementing their ideas.
- Over a thousand actors and directors trust The Casting Pitt.
- You have full control over your casting calls.
- Our bot account percentage is zero (in other words, all users are legitimate).
- We actively monitor content that is posted, removing spam and non-beneficial opportunities.
- Our average for new opportunities is nearly 1 every day.
Things you can do after you sign up.
- Create an in-depth profile like this.
- Upload unlimited pictures and head shots.
- Browse hundreds of local actors, directors and crew members.
- Display your credits from films, plays, and more.
- Respond to casting calls without ever opening your email.
- Join forum discussions with other filmmakers and actors.
- Receive new casting calls via email, and customize them by category.
What are you waiting for?