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Casting agency is seeking experienced waiting staff as well as individuals for extras in a new series set in Costa del Sol.

 A new casting call has been put out for individuals interested in appearing in an upcoming, unnamed television series that will be filmed in Marbella from May 8-27. The agency responsible for the casting is seeking individuals to fill a variety of roles, including blonde women with tattoos who are comfortable being filmed in swimwear on the beach, individuals who resemble Northern Europeans (specifically, "blondes with blue eyes"), men with Arab and Eastern European characteristics, tall and strong men with or without tattoos, and drivers of high-end vehicles and SUVs. Additionally, male and female models with minimum height requirements are being sought, as well as waiting staff aged between 25-50 with tray-carrying experience.

Individuals who meet these requirements are encouraged to apply via WhatsApp, providing their name, surname, age, current photo of their face and body without sunglasses or hats, clothing size, and height. Those who are selected for the job will be paid and registered with Social Security for the day or days of filming. The agency has not yet released the name of the production company or the series itself.

The casting call has already held in-person auditions at Escuela Taller Los Naranjos in Marbella at the end of March, but the agency is still accepting applications. Applicants who attended the in-person casting on March 22-24 do not need to reapply. The casting is open to both local residents and individuals visiting the Costa del Sol area.



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