Casting continues for Coast film

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The first batch of casting for the film Wolfpack is continuing until Saturday February 21 – nine days from now. A second batch of casting will be announced sometime next week.

Like it's prequel, O'Hare, Wolfpack will be shot on the Sunshine Coast.

The film follows Pat Robertson (38) and Fergus O'Hare (18) in gaol. Robertson has his wife, Jess and two daughters, Amber-Leigh and Piper at home while O'Hare lived at home with his parents.

The following roles are being cast at the moment;

• Pat Robertson        
• Jess Robertson        
• Amber-Leigh Robertson    
• Laura Baker
• Fergus O'Hare        
• De        
• Michelle        
• The Warden        
• Mr Tully

Actors wanting to audition should email a video audition to

A copy of the films script is available at

Patrick Gillett
12th of February 2015

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