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Euphoria Season 2 has opened its Casting Call to the Public –– Details Inside

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Zendaya in ‘Euphoria.’

Casting directors for HBO’s Euphoria have announced an open casting call for five new characters for season 2, which means no previous acting experience is required. Keeping with the tradition of casting the occasional unknown for a large role (see Hunter Schafer as Jules, Angus Cloud as Fez), the show has allowed anyone to submit a tape, and the flood gates have opened.

See descriptions below:

DARIAN: Male. 18+ to play 17. Any ethnicity. An outsider. Sensitive. Vulnerable. Mischievous. Could struggle with addiction. Definitely not the cool kid at school but one of the more interesting kids. 18+ ONLY. ROLE MAY INCLUDE SEXUAL CONTENT AND/OR NUDITY.

RAY: Male. 18+ to play 17. Any ethnicity. Attractive in a real and accessible way. Working class. Pure heart. Might be going nowhere in life but has a smile so genuine it’s not depressing. Scrappy but a fighter. Not verbose or educated – has all the words he needs. 18+ ONLY. ROLE MAY INCLUDE SEXUAL CONTENT AND/OR NUDITY.

AMI: Female. 18-20’s. Drug addict. Stripper. Hates her boyfriend. Talks shit. Can’t read a room. Can make a bad situation worse. 18+ ONLY. ROLE MAY INCLUDE SEXUAL CONTENT AND/OR NUDITY.

SERENA: Female. 50’s+, Caucasian. Sassy and tough. A real character. The kind of women who partied her whole life and attended every White Snake concert and now she has several different hustles just to make a living.

LITA: Female 40s. Any ethnicity. A foster mom with bills to pay. Seems like an average, regular person but can be a ruthless businesswoman if you cross her. Recur.

Azealia Banks even took a shot at the casting and sent in an audition tape for HBO’s “Euphoria” on Instagram.

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If you or anyone you know is interested in auditioning, the casting directors have created a Google Doc submission form here.

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