Is your son an actor with a unique voice? Universal Pictures is seeking a Boy for an animated feature film. Auditions in NYC to be held ASAP. The film will start principal work mid-June in Los Angeles. Please, do not call the office of Jen Rudin Casting. Email only.
BOY: Looking for unique and real voices to sound 8 to 12 years old. Interesting, honest, curious and natural.
*You must email a voice sample to Casting Director JEN RUDIN before you will be given an audition time.
Email Jen at firstname.lastname@example.org with voice sample and resume.
Jen Rudin is currently casting for SQUIRRELS TO THE NUTS (2010) Director: Peter Bogdanovich; FRANKENWEENIE (2010) Director: Tim Burton and GREENER PASTURES: A ROBERTO CLEMENTE STORY (2010) Director: Christopher Simpson.
About Jen Rudin: A native New Yorker who began a professional acting career at age eight, Jen created many new roles in new plays, starred in several television movies, and did commercials. By age twelve, she had her first epiphany at a final callback that she wanted to be a Casting Director – a perfect blend of her photographic memory and love of actors. Her casting philosophy combines the challenge of solving the casting puzzle – who is best for the role? – while creating an honest, positive and comfortable audition environment, in what is often the most stressful of situations.
Jen was Director of Casting and Talent Development for Disney Theatrical Productions in New York City from 2007-2009. From 2002-2007, and served as head of casting for Walt Disney Animation Studios in Burbank, California. In 2006 Jen won the Artios Award for casting Chicken Little. Additional animated films include Meet the Robinsons (2007 Artios Nomination), The Wild (2006 Artios nomination), Academy Award Winning film The Incredibles and Academy Award nominated Brother Bear and The Princess and the Frog.
Additionally Jen has taught Master Classes at NYU, Boston Conservatory, Northwestern University, Emerson College, Webster University, Baylor University, Cincinnati Conservatory of Music, University of Colorado at Boulder, University of Wisconsin at Stevens Point and University of the Arts. She lectures and teaches numerous workshops around New York City.Jen is a proud graduate of the University of Wisconsin-Madison with a degree in History and Women’s Studies, and a past Board Member for the Casting Society of America. In her spare time, she is an avid cyclist and Board Member for the Arava Institute for Environmental Studies in Israel. She is a frequent contributing writer to The Jewish Week.