CASTING DIRECTOR LARISSA MAIR AND JOCELYN HAMILTON (PRESIDENT OF eONE TELEVISION) [VIDEO]

On Friday, May 15th, Casting Director Larissa Mair interviewed the incredible Jocelyn Hamilton (President, Canada, eOne Television)!


On Friday, May 15th, Casting Director Larissa Mair interviewed the incredible Jocelyn Hamilton (President, Canada, eOne Television)!

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ABOUT LARISSA MAIR
Larissa Mair has cast many feature films, television series, movies, documentaries, animation, and musicals. Currently, she is the Canadian casting director for The Parker Andersons/ Amalia Paker, Endlings (Season 1 and 2) for CBC/HULU, many movies for Hallmark and Lifetime, Tallboyz (Season 1 and 2), The CBC Winnipeg Comedy Festival 2020 and an animation series called “Lucas the Spider”. She just finished casting the Canadian casting for a series for Netflix in the UK called “Zero Chill.”

Larissa recently finished casting projects such as two new web series for Shaftesbury, ‘Secret Society of Second Born Royals’ (Disney +), Holly Hobbie Season 2 for Hulu/ American Greetings, Odd Squad Mobile Unit, Detention Adventure Season 2 for CBC, the feature film “The Vegas” JA Productions Inc., and the feature film “Nightriders.”

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Image may contain: possible text that says 'Jocelyn has 30 years of creative, strategic and business experience in the entertainment industry. served as President, Programming Productions for Corus Entertainment where was responsible all content strategies, programming original productions, both affiliated independent across networks focused specifically on Corus networks Nickelodeon, Treehouse, She held number of other at Entertainment, which included overseeing Comedy Drama original programming for all Corus specialty networks as Movie Central HBO Canada. Jocelyn Board board of the Academy of Canadian Cinema and Television, Women Television (WIFT) Toronto of Wall She numerous awards over the years including Emmy, Gemini and Canadian Screen awards.'

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