Actors sought for short film...

Posted by TalentBase News on March 08 2012 @ 13:17

Three roles are up for grabs in a short family drama to be filmed in May.

A mature actress, a young male actor and a boy are being sought for 'All Her Children Fought', a 15 minute family drama set in a militaristic future.

The film will go into production over the May Bank Holiday weekend (May 4-7).

The producers are looking for a mature actress (50) to play a mother figure who looks after a military trained and energetic boy (12). They are looking to cast a man in his early 20s to play a soldier.

Insurance and expenses covered.

Contact... cullotyeileen@gmail.com

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"Bubbly" female presenter wanted...

Posted by TalentBase News on March 08 2012 @ 13:08

An Irish production company is casting for a woman presenter, a "bubbly, outgoing, fun girl", to work on a Tourism Ireland campaign.

The presenter must be either American or with a convincing American accent.

Fee plus expenses, as filming will be done outside of Dublin.

Contact... info@gaelicgirls.tv

And tell them TalentBase sent you...

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Sky News Star Joins TalentBase...

Posted by TalentBase News on March 06 2012 @ 14:22

Sky News' Business Presenter Tadhg Enright has signed with TalentBase talent agency.

Tadhg, from Castleknock, studied journalism at Dublin City University and was a well known INN and RTE reporter before joining Sky News.

Tadhg Enright Sky News Business

He now appears alongside household names such as Eamonn Holmes, Dermot Murnaghan and Kay Burley.

As a Sky business news correspondent he delivers the ups and downs of today's economic troubles in an easy-to-understand and engaging manner.

Tadhg Enright Sky News Business

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Evanne Ni Chuilinn among contenders to be "next Anne Doyle"...

Posted by TalentBase News on March 01 2012 @ 15:11

Who'll be the "new" Anne Doyle?

Evanne Ni Chuilinn, Claire Byrne, Colette Fitzpatrick & Sharon Ni Bheolain all tipped as contenders...

Read the story HERE

Evanne Ni Chuilinn

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Dunphy tells Darragh Maloney that Trappatoni is "amateurish"...

Posted by TalentBase News on March 01 2012 @ 14:33

RTÉ soccer pundit Eamon Dunphy has labelled Ireland's performance in the 1-1 friendly draw with the Czech Republic as "embarrassing", and blasted Giovanni Trapattoni as "amateurish and arrogant".
The outspoken former international was speaking to Darragh Maloney on Morning Ireland on RTÉ Radio 1.
Dunphy predicted that, if the manager does not change his approach, Ireland will be "humiliated" at this summer's European Championships.
"It was a very disappointing performance", Dunphy claimed. "We were completely outplayed by a pretty ordinary Czech side who struggled to qualify (for Euro 2012).
"It was embarrassing at times the amount of possession they had. They looked like Barcelona. It was a badly set-up Irish team and a bit of a shambles."
Dunphy also castigated Trapattoni's treatment of James McClean. "James McClean is a fantastic kid and he was treated very badly by Giovanni Trapattoni. In my view he should have been given 90 minutes, or at least 45 minutes. To give him 11 minutes at the end was insulting. "Obviously the kid was thrilled but [how he was treated] was not professional."
Dunphy claims that Trapattoni's "amateurish" approach to the game is not liked by the majority of Irish footballing people.

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