Wednesday, March 13, 2019

Nickelodeon Casting Young Male Actors for 'All That' Reboot

Fresh out the box, stop, look, and watch. Ready yet? Get set.. Nickelodeon's beloved '90s sketch show All That is coming back! The reboot, set to premiere this summer, is being executive produced by OG All That cast members Kenan Thompson and Kel Mitchell (Kenan & Kel, Good Burger) and will feature a whole new cast as well as appearances by old favorites - and you could be part of the action!

Nickelodeon and Uptown are currently casting new cast members for Nick's All That revival, and are now seeking hysterically funny young male actors, aged 11–13 (or able to play a 11-13 year-old boy), with big personalities to perform sketch characters as series regulars. Below is the official audition listing. If you think that is you, apply today on! Applications close Saturday, April 6, 2019. Break a leg! :)

Danielle Pretsfelder, casting dir.

Production Description
Seeking talented male actors (ages 11-13) for a sketch comedy show.

Roles Collapse All Roles
Male (Lead): Male, 11-13

must be able to play 11-13 years old. All ethnicities. Looking for hysterically funny, big personalities! Seeking strong comedic actors who can perform original sketch characters and have the ability to improvise. Must have great comedic timing, presence, physicality, energy, and confidence. Special talents and skills a plus, but not mandatory (dancing, rapping, singing, etc.). Series regular.

ETHNICITY: All Ethnicities

Apply Here
Rehearsal and Production Dates & Locations
Production begins on/around April 29 in Los Angeles, CA.

Compensation & Union Contract Details
Rates in accordance with SAG-AFTRA.

Key Details
Seeking talent:
Nationwide (United States)

Update (3/13) - More details about the production of Nickelodeon's All That revival have been revealed!:


A reboot of the 90's sketch comedy show.

With TBA.

Produced by Nickelodeon. Airs on NIckelodeon.

Shoots TBA in New York.


Julie Rose, VP, Talent & Casting

MIchelle Levitt, Director, Casting

Samantha Steele, Casting Assistant

Kevin Kay, Executive Producer

Kenan Thompson, Executive Producer

“All That”

“All That” is returning to television, which may cause nostalgic millennials to rejoice. The first take on the teen-focused sketch format originally ran from 1994–2005 and helped launch the careers of Kenan Thompson, Amanda Bynes, Nick Cannon, and more. After a reunion show in 2016, word started to circulate that a reboot could be on the horizon. With brand-new bits and a fresh cast, the new iteration looks to captivate a younger generation. An in-house team at Nickelodeon will seek the new sketch stars, and original cast members will appear throughout the series. Details on what to expect from the reboot are scarce, but it has a summer premiere date. Production will begin in April in Los Angeles.


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Originally published: Friday, March 08, 2019 at 10:02pm GMT.
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