Brent Street Agency represents children and young adults from three years old in securing television commercials, films, series, voice overs, musical theatre and still photography. As a small, hands-on agency, its aim is to achieve castings for everyone represented. Well respected within the industry, its team provides personal and professional artistic representation and advice based on years of experience.
Entry into Brent Street Agency is highly selective and by audition only.
The membership fee for Brent Street Agency is $495. This covers a professional photo shoot, 12 month membership to the agency and placing on casting websites. In response to the increasing demand for screen tests both here and overseas a private coaching session on screen audition technique is now included as part of the fee.
To find out more or register for auditions please call 02 8323 6600 or email email@example.com
Seven year old Franki Kogan was hired as the Vaalia Child Expert for the current Vaaliacampaign. Frankie will be co-hosting the Vaalia Live event in Sydney and Melbourne in November with Vaalia ambassador, Sarah Murdoch.
Just ask Sam Buckley. Sam joined the agency earlier in the year and after successfully auditioning for the Australian Opera landed the lead role in the short film “Stand Up and Fight” produced by Elisse Annetts and written and directed by Adrian Muscat. Sam plays a boy who is the victim of a bully. The role required a choreographed fight scene where Sam worked with a leading industry fight coordinator.
It was great to attend the Metro screening of the graduate films last week and see Sam, Robert Matthews and so many Brent Street Agency members getting their first taste of working on set. In the deadline driven world of film and television casting directors look very favourably on children who have proven on set experience.
Brodi Cubillo also played a feature role in the Jake Burchett short film “Lion Alley” and Paris Naumovski has just completed filming a demanding dramatic role of a young Palestinian girl the short film “The Forgotten Tree”.
See all our Brent Street Agency members here.