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'The Young and the Restless' Casting Notices: Thug, Male Doctor, Agent Riddick, Nurse

The Young and the Restless is casting some interesting under-five roles. How will they fit into the story?
Over the past month, CBS soap opera The Young and the Restless has put out some interesting under-5 (U/5) casting calls including a male doctor with actual medical experience. Check out the latest notices below:

THUG (Posted November 20)
2 EPISODE UNDER 5 PART. SEEKING A BURLY TOUGH LOOKING MALE THUG! 30s-40s. MUST have stage combat/stunt experience. ACTOR MUST BE AT LEAST 6'!

Shoot/Start Date: Thursday, December 4 and Friday, December 12

MALE DOCTOR (Posted December 4)
This is an UNDER-5 part. MALE 30s - 40s. Seeking an actor with ACTUAL MEDICAL EXPERIENCE to play an UNDER-5 doctor. Doctor is kind, compassionate and always by the book. Actor MUST have actual medical experience.

Shoot/Start Date: Wednesday, December 10

AGENT RIDDICK (Posted: Wednesday, December 10)
VERY STRONG UNDER 5 PART. MALE. LATE 30s TO EARLY 40s. ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENT. NO NONSENSE. ALL BUSINESS & NO PLAY.

Shoot/Start Date: Wednesday, December 17

NURSE (Posted December 17)
UNDER-5 PART. FEMALE NURSE. 40s to early 50s. A TOUGH, NO NONSENSE nurse. STRONG presence. Can control ANY situation. She commands respect and her patients do not dare mess with her.

Shoot/Start Date: Wednesday, December 17 (this one must be a typo since the notice was posted on the start date)

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