''Vikings'' looking for tall, blonde Swedes

''Vikings'' looking for tall, blonde Swedes
The popular TV series "Vikings" is looking to Sweden to find new actors. Requirements: You must be tall, blonde and you must speak English.

A total of four roles will be added, as Ragnar Lothbroks adult sons. The actors selected must be available for recording from August this year to February 2016. The forthcoming season will be filmed in Ireland.

Auditions will take place on 1 and 2 July at the Film House at Gärdet in Stockholm. But to have a chance first the appearance requirements must be met. You should be between 17 and 23 years old, at least 183 cm long and look "Scandinavian".

" - You can NOT look any older than 23 to suite these roles (these are the younger brothers of a 24 year old actor).
- You should not be too dark, simply because these characters have already appeared in the series as children and they are all blonde.
- The height requirement is important, they are tall guys.
- Acting experience is necessary, these are major parts!
- Your english must be good!
- You do not have to prepare an audition piece. Some of you will be given a text at the audition
AND don´t forget - to get the part you MUST be fully available from mid August 2015 - end of February 2016. That means NO other obligations during this period of time!," writes Wideryd Casting, responsible for casting, on Facebook.

The series, which portrays the Vikings' conquering westward, has so far been sent for three seasons.

Read: Vikings' Ragnar Lothbrok - based on a true story

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