A casting associate works directly for the casting director. It is their job to do most of the scouting, administrative work and day-to-day tasks like coordinating audition schedules, locking down casting rooms, filing resumes, and responding to candidates. Most casting directors start off as a casting associate and gain years of experience before going off on their own.
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