Season two casting call

The primetime television soap opera “Dallas” is heading back into production on its second season, which has been renewed for a 15 episode run by TNT. The casting directors in Los Angeles are auditioning for two new series regulars – one is a blonde female in her early 20s and the other is a Hispanic male in his early-mid 30s. Additional guest starring and recurring roles will be cast in L.A., while smaller speaking roles will be handled by the Texas casting director. All of the extras are cast in Texas, where shooting will begin on September 24, 2012.

The network casting directors in New York, and the Los Angeles casting directors have assembled a terrific cast in this continuation of the original series of the same name that aired on CBS from 1978 to 1991. Four-time Golden Globe Award nominee Larry Hagman is back as J.R. Ewing, two-time Golden Globe Award nominee Linda Gray as Sue Ellen Ewing, and Soap Opera Digest Award winner Patrick Duffy as Bobby Ewing – all from the original series. New cast members for this TNT show are Josh Henderson as John Ross Ewing III, the son of J.R. and Sue Ellen; Jesse Metcalfe as Christopher Ewing, the adopted son of Bobby and his ex-wife Pamela Barnes Ewing; Jordana Brewster as Elena Ramos, who is locked into a love triangle with Christopher and John; and Brenda Strong as Ann Ewing, Bobby’s third wife.

Primetime Emmy Award nominee Cynthia Cidre is executive producer, head writer, and showrunner on “Dallas”. Due to the Writers Guild of America’s screenwriting credit system, Cidre is credited as “developer” instead of “creator”. The original “Dallas” show’s characters were created by David Jacobs, and since this is a continuation of that series (as opposed to a remake/reboot), Jacobs is listed a “creator” of this new show. Also executive producing is two-time Primetime Emmy Award winner Michael M. Robin, and Producers Guild of America PGA Award nominee Robert L. Rovner. Two-time Primetime Emmy Award nominee Ken Topolsky is producer.

The first season of “Dallas” was 10 episodes, and premiered on June 13, 2012 as the number one scripted series premiere for the year-to-date, drawing 7.8 million viewers. “Dallas” ended up giving TNT the number one new show on basic cable for the third year in a row. TNT announced on June 29, 2012 that the network renewed Dallas for a second season consisting of 15 episodes, scheduled to premiere in January 2013.

Extras Casting Information

Filming will start for Season 2 of TNT’s “Dallas” on September 24, 2012. Shooting takes place in and around Dallas, Texas and at the Southfork Ranch in the northern Dallas suburb of Parker, Texas. To be considered for paid extra work on the show and you are located within reasonable driving distance of the filming locations, you can submit the following:

• Full name
• All contact information including phone number
• Height
• Weight
• Age
• State in which you reside
• State your drivers license was issued
• Current color snapshots, one headshot and one full length.

Email to:

Write DFW in your subject line of your email.

Texas Principal Actor Information

For actors in Texas who are interested in submitting for speaking roles on TNT’s “Dallas” Season 2, print out the following form, and fill it out:

“Dallas” Season 2 Texas Casting Registration Form

Send it along with your headshot and resume to:

“Dallas” Casting
Beth Sepko
1901 East 51st Street
Austin, TX 78723

Los Angeles and New York casting director information is listed below.

Principal Actor Casting

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

No phone calls or personal drop-offs.

New York:

Findley Davidson
Meg Simon
1325 Avenue of the Americas
32nd Floor
New York, NY 10019

Los Angeles:

Jeffrey Drew
Patrick Rush
3808 Riverside Drive
Suite 201
Burbank, CA 91505


Beth Sepko Casting
1901 East 51st Street
Austin, TX 78723

Extras Casting


Andrei Constantinescu
Legacy Casting
5400 E Mockingbird Lane
Dallas, Texas 75206

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.

“Dallas” Production Office
1409 S. Lamar Street
Suite 1023
Dallas, TX 75215

Warner Horizon Television
3601 W Olive Avenue
Burbank, CA 91505

Turner Network Television
3500 W Olive Ave
15th Floor
Burbank, CA 91505-4630


Cynthia Cidre
Michael Robin
Robert Rovner
Ken Topolsky


Randy Zisk
Marc Roskin
Michael Katleman
Michael M. Robin
Steve Robin


Patrick Duffy – Bobby Ewing
Jordana Brewster – Elena Ramos
Larry Hagman – J. R. Ewing
Linda Gray – Sue Ellen Ewing
Brenda Strong – Ann Ewing
Josh Henderson – John Ross Ewing III
Jesse Metcalfe – Christopher Ewing
Julie Gonzalo – Rebecca Barnes


“Dallas” centers on the offspring of bitter rivals and brothers J.R. Ewing (Larry Hagman) and Bobby Ewing (Patrick Duffy) – J.R.’s son, John Ross (Josh Henderson), and Bobby and Pam Ewing’s adopted son, Christopher (Jesse Metcalfe) – who clash over the future of the Ewing dynasty while the fate of Southfork itself weighs in the balance. Jordana Brewster plays Elena, the gorgeous daughter of the ranch’s cook who is locked into a love triangle with Christopher and John. Brenda Strong plays Bobby Ewing’s wife Ann, and Julie Gonzalo plays Christopher’s wife Rebecca.

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