Gossip Girl Casting Call Info For Upcoming Episodes

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Sources close to the Gossip Girl set have sent us the following information on some of the new characters being cast in early Season Three episodes of the show.

The new season is already in the process of being filmed (as we know from the set photos posted earlier today and yesterday), and this offers a little insight on it.

We can't verify the accuracy of the info below, or that these characters won't be changed or edited out in post-production, but our sources are usually pretty accurate.

Follow the jump to take a look at some of the new people we might meet on Gossip Girl come September, and share your comments with us on any or all of them!

Gossip Girl is in the process of casting these new characters...
  • "Katie" ... Late teens / early 20s, open ethnicity. A cute sophomore. She recognizes Dan’s name from his New Yorker piece, and invites Dan to join a student writing group. Four scenes (three speaking). Possible recurring role.
  • "Amalia" ... Late teens / early 20s, open ethnicity. A freshman eager to climb the social ranks, Amalia tries hard to impress Blair Waldorf and is an attendee at Blair’s first dorm party. Two scenes. Possible recurring role.

As well as these minor roles ...

  • "Reporter" ... Late 20s / early 30s, open ethnicity. He interviews Chuck in his suite and asks him about his plans for the future. One scene.
  • "Tyler Fank" ... 40s. Open ethnicity. An upscale businessman who meets with Chuck to review his prospectus for a new venture. One large scene.
  • "Driver" ... 30s, open ethnicity. Driving Serena to Brown. One scene, one line.
  • "Dorm Room Girl" ... Late teens / early 20s, open ethnicity. One of the girls moving into the dorm, clearly not from the same world as Blair. One line.
  • "Unnamed Guy" ... Late teens / early 20s, open ethnicity. A student at college who passes by Dan at a popular hangout. One line.
  • "Unnamed Guys" ... Males, late teens / early 20s, open ethnicity. Two "indie" guys at a college party, debating the merits of a popular sci-fi program.

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I love Gossip Girl
I would like to play at Gossip Girl but i come from germany and I'm 16 years old :(


my name is maria
i love watching gossip girl.
im a big fan
i always wanted to meet the cast
i want to be on the show
their fan maria


i am 5'4 and hispanic. I am in my early twenties and can even pass for teenage. I am average weight. I have hazel eyes and auburn hair and very attractive. Please contact me for further info.


hey ma namez diana im 17 years old im samoan half italian i look 20 sumthing and if u wanna gurl that fits in the role then jst send a request holla!!!


Except for the driver part, I would love to audition for any of the other parts, I'm 19


Hellooo! I'm aching to be on tv! Contact me if you need me to fill a role :-)


I Would Love More INfo .On the Casting Calls
And locations.

Jahdy fields

does anyone know when are the casting calls, for these roles?


I love gossip girls and I am willing to take on any part, even if I'm just a background person. I am 19 and live in new York.


remember they say this information is unconfirmed.
so that means they wouldn't know when or where casting calls would be hosted, if there is any.
It is very hard to be cast in a production, especially in something this big.
So if you get the chance to audition, dont get your hopes up.
It takes a long time for most actors/actresses to get a break, so just keep at it.
I have been acting for 10 years, and i am just getting approached to appear in on-screen things.
Good luck!

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