Netflix Is Looking For Extras To Appear In Sex Education Season 3
Netflix is looking for people to star in season three of Sex Education.
Casting company Mad Dog 2020 Casting is searching for extras who could pass for 18 to 26 to appear in the new series of the dramedy.
Producers are looking for background artists for scenes in the new series which will be filmed in Newport, Cardiff and the surrounding area.
To be in with a chance of appearing in the series, you just need to sign up to the Mad Dog Extras app and make sure you have uploaded right to work documents and recent photos - plus you'll need to be available for filming in September.
You cannot apply specifically for the role, but if you are suitable Mad Dog will be in touch. You can find out more here.
And that's not all - Mad Dog is also looking for a young choir to appear in the series. Appealing for young extras, Mad Dog said it doesn't matter what style of music the choir sing, they just need to look between 18 to 25.
The casting call, which has been put out on social media, says: "Seeking a real choir for Sex Education series 3.
"Playing ages 18-25. Must be local or able to travel to south Wales. Seeking clips of performances.
"Vocal ensembles such as gospel, a capella and traditional all welcome to apply."
Series three was supposed to have started shooting already, but - as with many TV and film projects - things had to get pushed back due to the coronavirus pandemic.
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However, it looks like cameras could start rolling next month, with actor Aimee Lou Wood revealing that things are on course - for now, at least.
Wood, who plays Aimee Gibbs, recently told Digital Spy that she should have been shooting Sex Education right now, but explained how it had been pushed back to August.
With both the first and second series airing in January, we're obviously all hoping they can kick things off ASAP so that we can usher 2021 in with the same tradition.
"It looks like it's on track," she said.
Wood also revealed that she'd read the first episode and promised it's 'really, really good', adding: "I'm desperate to see more.
"I'm so desperate, especially because I feel like the last season left us all in such interesting positions. But where the characters could go now is kind of limitless."
Back in May, Deadline also reported that Netflix and Sex Education producer Eleven had set a 'hopeful' target of August to start shooting.
More recently, Eleven's new parent company Sony Pictures Television told the entertainment outlet that formal work was underway on the show.
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