The Walking Dead now casting season 7


The hit Golden Globe Award nominated horror-drama television series “The Walking Dead” is getting ready to begin shooting it’s 7th season in May, 2016. Now the show is seeking new talent to portray walkers throughout the season. To be considered, all actors and extras must have legal eligibility to work in the entertainment industry in Atlanta, GA. Details below.

Two-time Daytime Emmy Award nominee Scott M. Gimple is executive producer and serves as showrunner. Independent Spirit Awards winner and Valhalla Entertainment CEO Gale Anne Hurd also serves as executive producer. Dave Alpert and Robert Kirkman executive produce for Circle of Confusion. Five-time Primetime Emmy Award winner Gregory Nicotero and Primetime Emmy Award nominee Tom Luse round out “The Walking Dead” executive producing team.

The Walking Dead now casting season 7

The Walking Dead Season 7 Casting Call Details

All talent are required to be legally eligible to work in Atlanta, GA and in the United States. The Atlanta Actors Resource Guide eBook contains the information and documents for adults, minors, and foreign talent who would like to work as an actor or extra on film and television productions in Atlanta, and in the United States. All Actors Resource Guide eBooks are available here.

The casting team for The Walking Dead is currently seeking new talent to portray ‘Walkers’ for the show’s 7th season. Shooting takes place in the Atlanta, GA area beginning in May, 2016.

• Must be over 18 years of age.
• Must be very slim, men must be 32″ waist and smaller, women must be size 0-2.
• Especially needed ar people with large eyes, thin faces, small noses, and long slender necks. Hair color is not important, but men must be willing to have face clean shaven.

If you fit the above requirements, please submit two clear recent color photos (only you in the photos, no hats or sunglasses), all clothing sizes including shoes, height, weight, and all contact information to the following:

[email protected]

The Walking Dead Casting for Principal Actors (speaking roles only)

See the post titled Headshot and Resume Information regarding how to submit for acting roles.

No phone calls or personal drop-offs.

Los Angeles:

Bialy/Thomas Casting
1149 N. Gower Street
Suite 213-215
Los Angeles, CA 90038


Fincannon & Associates
500-D Amsterdam Avenue
Atlanta, GA 30306


Starring and supporting roles are mainly being cast through talent agents. You can find comprehensive listings and submission addresses for talent agents here. However, if you are not signed with an agent and wish to self-submit, I highly recommend that your 8×10 color headshot and resume along with the cover letter be sent in a 9 x 12 Clear Full Face Window Envelope with the photo visible in the window.

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Production Companies:

Do NOT send photos and resumes to the production companies, as they will most likely end up being thrown away. They do not cast the films, rather they hire casting directors who sort through the thousands of submissions.

American Movie Classics
11 Penn Plaza
15th Floor
New York, NY 10001

Darkwoods Productions
301 E Colorado Blvd
Suite 705
Pasadena, CA 91101

Valhalla Entertainment
3201 Cahuenga Blvd W
Los Angeles, CA 90068

Circle of Confusion
8931 Ellis Avenue
Los Angeles, CA 90034

Executive Producers:

Scott M. Gimple
Gale Anne Hurd
Dave Alpert
Robert Kirkman
Greg Nicotero
Tom Luse


Note: Various directors work different episodes during the season. In television shows composed of individual episodes, the television director’s role differs from that of a film director in that he or she may work only on some television episodes as opposed to the director of an entire film production. In episodic television productions, the major creative control resides with a producer of the show. The television producer with creative control is called the showrunner (in this case Scott M. Gimple).


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Steven Yeun – Glenn Rhee
Norman Reedus – Daryl Dixon
Corey Hawkins – Heath
Melissa McBride – Carol Peletier
Lauren Cohan – Maggie Greene
Danai Gurira – Michonne
Emily Kinney – Beth Greene
Chad L. Coleman – Tyreese
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Larry Gilliard, Jr. – Bob Stookey
Michael Cudlitz – Sgt. Abraham Ford
Merritt Wever – Dr. Denise Cloyd
Ethan Embry – Carter


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