Monday, September 09, 2013

Disney Extras Required!

Uni-versalEXTRAS Ltd place students as extras in Film and TV productions shooting across the UK. You can visit IMDB to see some of the productions we have previously worked on:

We are now casting for a major Disney Feature Film starring a whole host of a-list actors and shooting in Dover. This is a fantastic opportunity to work as part of a major production in paid roles alongside a blockbuster cast. Please read on for role details, pay rates and how to apply.

Role Details

MALE Role Requirements

We have a number of roles available for males aged 16-90 yrs.

Males: Your Height must be between 5'6" and 6'2"

You must have easy access to Dover or Canterbury

FEMALE Role Requirements

We have a number of roles available for females aged 16-90 yrs.

Females: You must be a Dress Size 6-14

You must have easy access to Dover


You must be available for filming in Dover on Wednesday 25th and Thursday 26th September.

£102.00 minimum per day, which may rise depending on what happens at filming 

If you would like to take part, please email us the following information asap to

Subject: Disney Dover
Full Name:
Contact number:
Basic measurements (Chest, Waist, Inside Leg, Shoe, Collar, or dress, bra, waist, shoe etc):
Whether you drive:

Please provide a current head-shot photo & full length photo of you taken with a digital camera in front of a plain background, i.e. a white wall.


  1. Looks like fun, however is the email correct- I've tried sending an email twice to that address and it keeps coming back a failure :)

    1. Hey Charlotte - let me go double-check ... watch this space.

    2. I've just emailed - and it's fine? However, I did forget to include what they wanted in terms of info in the email - measurements etc, which I've now included. Maybe there's a typo in there somewhere?

    3. That or it doesn't like my copy and paste. And ok thanks :). Now to get those photos XD

  2. Would we be back to uni that week? :/ sounds fun but I would miss uni?

    1. Hi Sammy - yes indeed, that's the first week back. This post was rather aimed at local graduates hungry for a paid-gig after a long summer of licking envelopes and sending cvs... I guess all you can do is find out the schedule if possible and then see how it shakes down. Year 3 students do have a bit more wriggle room in terms of their timetable (which Alan and I are chipping away at even as I write this).