Submission Page

Please note that People Store will be on a new talent hiatus during pilot season. We will start accepting submissions on April 1st.

PLEASE READ BEFORE YOU SUBMIT

 

1. How do I submit?
We are only accepting online submissions through our website.

2. Can I make an appointment with an agent?
Unfortunately, our agents are very busy and do not have time to sit down with each applicant.

3. Do You Have open casting calls?
Currently, we are not holding open casting calls. However, you can follow our Facebook page and check for updates on open casting call announcements.

4. How much experience is required?
We normally require at least three years of on-camera experience or in the case of theatre actors, some on-camera training as well in order to be considered. For those under 18, we will consider training, as long as you have a professional headshot and resume.

5. Do I need a professional headshot?
We do require our submissions to be professional headshots. If you are not sure where to get your headshots taken, check our Resources page for more information.

8. What should my resume look like?
Google a professional actors’ resume for reference. Be sure to include any prior experience and training, as well as your age, height, weight, and contact information.

9. Do you provide training or headshots?
We do not provide training or headshots, but please visit our resources page for further information. Additionally, visit our Facebook page for updates on upcoming classes and specials on photography.

10. Do you accept walk-ins?
No, again, our agents are very busy and are unavailable to take walk-in appointments.

12. How quickly will I get a response?
We check submissions monthly. If we are interested, you will hear from us within a couple of weeks.

13. What happens next?
Once our agents receive your headshot and resume, they will then decide if we have a need for talent in your category and assess whether you are a good fit for our agency. If we decide to bring you in for an audition, we will contact you to set up an appointment for a cold read with our agents in order to assess you in person.

14. What kind of services do you provide?
Our agents cover a range of services including film, television, commercial, industrial, voice over, print, live events, and entertainment

.15. What are the costs of being represented?
Once we decide to represent you, we ask that you obtain professional headshots and register on the websites we use for casting, two of which have a small monthly fee.

16. Do you represent out-of-town talent?
Yes, it usually depends on the situation and is still up to the agents’ discretion.

17. Can I be represented by other agencies?
No, we are an exclusive agency. If you sign with us, we will represent you across the board in all departments in this region.

18. Can I drop off my submission?
No, we are not accepting drop-ins at this time. Please submit online.

19. Do you represent children?
Yes, starting at the age of 4. We recommend all children to take at least one on-camera class in order to understand the process of auditioning

PLEASE DO NOT CALL TO SEE IF WE RECEIVED YOUR SUBMISSION! We receive a HIGH volume every day and check it monthly.