Casting Kids are proud of Isabella Aparicio-Hull, who was recently cast for the Robinsons Fruit Shoot ‘It’s My Thing‘ television Advert, first aired at the beginning of March. It takes a determined approach, with no excuses and a supportive family to ‘win’ with castings, but it’s very worthwhile and the rewards can be significant. See below for Isabella’s account of her experience.
When we arrived they nicely introduced themselves. They showed us where everything was and what was going to happen. They gave us breakfast which was really nice. We went to the make-up room and they told me what l was going to wear and then did my hair and my make-up. I enjoyed that part. Everyone was so nice.
We went to the set and they told me exactly what l was supposed to do. They made me feel comfortable with the cameras. The director talked to me and said to relax as it would be only be me, him and the camera. It reassured me. We filmed lots of times. It was difficult but l enjoyed it. When l got really cold everyone gave me lots of clothes to keep warm. After each take people came to me and said l was doing really well. When we finished filming they all congratulated me. After lunch we had an interview. They asked me questions about ‘My thing’ (karate) and filmed it. I felt really good about my answers. Overall it was really fun a great experience and l would love to do it all over again.
And here is a shorter video just dedicated to Isabella’s Karate skills…