if you ARE british and have a british accent then go ahead but if you are Canadian and can put on a british accent then tough look - british people only and im british so i can audition!!! sorry to everyone whos not but there will be other auditions for other parts in different movies maybe you can be an extra though find out!!!
There is no such thing as a 'British' accent. The accent commonly heard in Harry Potter is the ENGLISH accent. I can see no reason why anyone would stop you from auditioning for a part.
Then chances are you won't make it, unless you live there for a long time and have a strong British accent.
No Not At All Sorry
If they can talk with a GOOD British accent.
English or British.
They are hiring experienced actors that they have already encounters with.
No, I'm afraid not, JK specifically wants only British actors, unless others from different countries are needed.
probably not because JK Rowling only wants british actors
i doubt it. i dont think the director would do that to people but i think that there is not really any time to audition anymore considering that we r up to the 6th movie. then its just part 1 and 2 and its over so... its pretty hopeless. you dont need the accent i dont think.
Harry Potter has a Brittish accent.
yes ofcourse....you can see his accent in the HARRY POTTER series clearly...
Yes,if you try you're best.If you put your mind to something,sure. Yes,if you try you're best.If you put your mind to something,sure.
I really don't know, but you need acting experience and a good agent. I really want to audition too! I can perfect the British accent. And you can audition as long as you know how to preform in a British accent if you are American. I do know how to for a long time. I read a Nanny Mcphee 2 book in British for some kids in my local library, for I volenteer there. Hope you like my answer, and I hope it was useful. Also, it's my dream to meet Emma Thompson and be a part of the film, as it could be for anyone who watches it.
Being British he has a British accent.
No it isn't rude. Hogwarts is in Scotland which in the the UK. Hogwarts isn't the only wizarding school out there, each country will have their own which means pupils from other countries won't travel to the UK just to go to school. So it isn't about the accent. J.K Rowling only wanted a British cast because of this. That isn't rude it's common sense.
yes, he has a british accent.
Requirements for Harry Potter ActorsYou have to be British or Irish to try out. Anyone with a speaking part is going to have to speak with a British accent, other countries have their own wizard schools so the students at Hogwarts would be British, and they are not going to bring extras from another country when there are thousands of kids here at theater schools. In an interview, Rowling explained how it wouldn't be very practical to put an American actor or other foreign actor when the character is British.Even if she did allow it. It costs a lot of money to fly actors in and keep them living here. It would be cheaper for them to use British actors anyway.So yes, Irish people can audition.
Of course he has an accent. Everyone has an accent. To Americans, he has a British accent. To British people, he speaks normally.
If the nun is British, she probably will have a British accent. If she's German, she'll probably have a German accent.
Yes Harry has a British accent
All you need is a wand, lunette glasses, some make-up for the scar, and an excellent British accent.
I would be extremely surprised if there were any auditions in Georgia or anywhere this side of the Atlantic. The film is being done in Britain. Even a money maker like this isn't going to waste money travelling to the US to audition for people with a British accent.
no, lydia Darragh did not have a british accent. She was Irish.
Im Not Entirely Sure About Having A British Accent, But Im Pretty Certain You Won't Need An Agent. If You Fit The Description, Then You Might Have A Chance With The Part, But Then Again, Im Not Picking Parts.