Actors sought for feature-length action flick filming in Kamloops

Casting will soon be held for a feature film that has shifted production into the Thompson-Nicola Regional District.

Valetika is an action film by writer and director Suza Singh. Among the cast already set is Lochlan Munro, known for his roles in Riverdale, White Chicks and Scary Movie, and Cung Le, who has appeared in action flicks like Tekken, Pandorum and The Man with the Iron Fists.

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Five roles and a number of background actors are sought by Mastermind Studios, which is helping cast the film with actors local to Kamloops and the TNRD region.

The roles include:

  • Agent Emsworth, a rookie MI5 agent to be played by a 19- to 29-year-old male with a British or Scottish accent, standing at 5-foot-8 or taller with a slim or athletic build of any ethnicity;
  • Max Holderman, a senior banking executive, played by a 32- to 45-year-old Canadian or American male 5-foot-8 or taller with an athletic build and a professional appearance and accent;
  • Yana, a mercenary to be played by a female between 19 and 30 years old with some martial arts or fighting skills of any nationality (Australian preferred), blonde hair or wiling to dye, and an athletic or body builder physique;
  • Nesen Thor, a high-ranking secret service agent, played by a 45- to 65-year-old male with am American accent and heavy build; and
  • Doctor Phillips, a general physician, played by a female 30 years old or older of any nationality.

Background actors are also sought, casting male and female parkour gymnasts, martial arts practitioners and stunt people.

Auditions will be held by appointment only on Saturday, July 4, at Mastermind Studios.

COVID-19 safety protcols will be posted and must be adhered to during auditions.

To apply, or for more information, email

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