Disney Casting Call Tips 8

Disney is one of the largest entertainment companies in the world, and they hire a multitude of people to become part of the Disney entertainment family ranging from vocalist, actors, writers, voice-over artists and producers often.

Hence, in order to staff these positions, Disney decided that the best way to find undiscovered talent is by holding Disney Channel casting calls twice annually. Thus, they hold casting calls twice yearly in different locale around the United States. This affords the company the opportunity to find fresh talent in locales other than major metropolitan areas such as Los Angeles and New York. In fact, one of their top stars Selena Gomez was discovered at one of these casting calls in Texas in 2004. Thus, if you live in Missouri or Arkansas, you have the same opportunity to audition for these positions and possible land one of these exciting positions that they have available.

Usually, participants for these casting call positions are young boys and girls, the companies target audience. If you are under 18, your parent or guardian has to give permission to audition and be in attendance at the audition as well.
Generally, there is no fee charge to audition for any of these positions, but you may have to pay parking fees at the location. However, expect to fill out an application form and do a monologue as part of the application process. Doing the monologue and filling out the application forms in no way guarantee you a position as no contract is usually signed at these casting calls in 2015. However, if they think you have what they are looking for, you will receive a response later. If you are interested in attending a Disney Casting call, the best way to find out about the upcoming ones is by visiting the Disney website. Even if you see an advertisement for casting calls, exercise due diligence visit the websites to avoid dealing with some of the fake casting calls that are so prevalent.

Having the opportunity to audition for one of Disney casting call is a great opportunity and a great way to get in to show business. However, remember that thousands of others want the same opportunity. Thus, show up to the casting calls on time and dress appropriately so you can outshine your competitors. Be patient also because the lines tend to be long due to the large volume of participants.

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Other Resources:

Disney’s Wiki Page
Disney’s Youtube Page

8 thoughts on “Disney Casting Call Tips

  1. Reply justin upchurch Jun 5, 2015 11:58 pm

    Hello im justin upchurch from upland ca and im 5 9 and 16 im really funny and witty i really want to do comedy and bring people laughter its the only think i want to do so i thought this would be a good way to start my career
    Sincerely justin upchurch

  2. Reply Iyonna Gunby Mar 19, 2015 12:07 pm

    Hello, my name is Iyonna & i’m from Washington DC ( specficly the south side ) i’m 15 & i’m 5’5 & a half. I am an African American With (medium sized) dreads , i’ve been acting sense a toodler , & been called PLENTY of times to come & Audition for movies, & shows but … my mother was working alot so I couldn’t come to the audition, I am a WONDERFUL actress, so many people have told me that I should become an actress or audition to become one either because of the I act, the way I goof around, its just my attitude, or maybe because I talk about being a actress alot. I took that as a complement,too finish this off I just want to say it would be the best thing that ever happened to me if I get a call saying that I have an audition .

  3. Reply Zara Apr 22, 2014 9:48 pm

    I’ve been looking for auditions so I”m applying this because I’ve always wanted to have this job so badly and this is my biggest dream that I wanted to chase! I’m 18 and junior and living in Phoenix, AZ. My skills are acting, singing, and modeling. So contact me soon!

  4. Reply Bella Feb 15, 2014 10:54 pm

    I want to be an actress, and i want to make that happen.I think it would be amazing to have an opportunity to act on tv. Do you kn

  5. Reply Mia fonte Jan 18, 2014 5:25 pm


  6. Reply Hope Rhynas Dec 29, 2013 4:15 pm

    My name is Hope Rhynas, and I am 14 years old. I am bubbly, friendly, and enjoy being around and meeting new people. I am from London (1hr out of central London,). I have a southern English accent however; I am able to do a very believable American accent. I currently attend Tring Park School for the Performing Arts which I have been attending for 3 years. Here, I study 20 hours of professional performing arts training per week. My talent includes acting, musical theatre and pop, also dancing. I have been in many local musicals and productions including, Annie, CATS, Grease, Penny Lane, High School Musical, West Side story, and many more. I have also been in many semi-professional productions (Tring Park) such as, Matilda, peter pan, Footloose, Seussical the musical, The Wiz, Mamma Mia and more. I’ve had experience of Solos, duets and group performances. At Tring Park School, I study acting in depth, and closely study the emotion and feelings of characters, also the physicality of characters to make sure the part I am playing is believable and captures the audience’s attention. I also closely study musical theatre, and dance (ballet, tap, modern). My drama and musical theatre teachers often say I have “the spark” on stage, which not many professionals have. I can adjust to any role given and am able to show a wide range of emotion, to produce an excellent level of acting or singing.

  7. Reply Isaiah Morales May 26, 2013 3:50 am

    Hello my Name Is Isaiah Morales am 5’8 i weigh about 170 have light brown eyes. I would be a perfect fit for Disney shows especially the personality i have its just goofy,funny.dorky and just outgoing. Am not afraid of being front of the camera at all. Also play electric guitar for about 5yrs its my pride and joy. Just want to show what I got

  8. Reply Jesse Mills May 21, 2013 5:52 pm

    Hey! My name is Jesse. I’m from a small town in Florida and I’m in love with everything Disney.
    I’m 5’4″, 15 years old, I have long blond hair, and big green eyes. Acting is something I would love to pursue. I can’t say I have a real background of acting… but I know with hard work I can do anything I set my mind to. Just the audition would be a great opportunity for me.
    I’ve always loved doing skits and plays and things of that nature. But I’ve never had an agent and I’ve never actually auditioned for anything before. Being apart of a Disney sitcom would be a dream come true for me.

    Thanks for your time,
    Xoxo, Jesse 🙂

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