EVER feel like you were destined for royalty?
Disneyland Paris is hiring actresses to be its next Cinderella, Elsa or Belle, so are you the woman for the job?
The theme park is hosting an open audition for British actors a week tomorrow, for 50 different jobs which are either full-time or on a three-month contract between June and September.
It sounds like the perfect job for any students on summer break, out-of-work actors or Disney fans who fancy a change of pace.
They’re looking for a whole host of princes, princesses, Disney animals and Marvel superheroes – but there’s a strict set of criteria for those thinking of applying.
Princess lookalikes need to be between 5ft 3ins and 5ft 8 ins tall with “elegance, graceful qualities” and no visible tattoos.
While male applicants need to measure between 5ft 3ins and 6ft, with “compelling masculine features” and no visible tattoos.
If you’re too tall or short for these brackets, you can’t apply to be a prince or princess, but you could still get hired as a parade performer and/or character for meet-and-greets.
Auditions are taking place at Dublin’s Dance Ireland, from 10.15am for prince/princess lookalikes and 11.45am for the parade performers.
To apply, you must be over 18 and fluent in either English or French.
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The auditions will run until 6pm and ladies are asked to come make-up free, wearing suitable dance gear. There’s more info here.
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