From Anuvahood to Sumotherhood: Find Out How You Can Be a Part of Adam Deacon’s Upcoming Action Comedy

Adam Deacon, best known for his role as Jay in 2006’s ‘Kidulthood’ and 2008’s ‘Adulthood’, is back for his second directorial outing next year with his film titled ‘Sumotherhood’, which is described as a “British urban action comedy”.

Heather Basten Casting recently announced the upcoming project on their official Instagram page, declaring a UK nationwide open casting search for talent to star in the upcoming flick.

With filming scheduled to begin in early 2022, between 1st February and mid-March, this is an absolutely unmissable opportunity for aspiring actors to land themselves a role in the newest project involving the multi-talented actor turned director, Adam Deacon.

Even more enticing is the unconstrained parameters surrounding the casting call, which invites anyone from experienced actors to those without any, specifying no age limit nor gender, and subsequently creating an all-embracing opportunity for those interested in applying. When it comes to the arts, it’s rarely easy to “get your foot in the door”, so to speak, but opportunities like this, that invite applicants from different ethnic groups, professional backgrounds and age groups, are a great way to do just that!

To apply, applicants simply send an email to Heather Basten Casting with their name, the role being applied for, city of residence, a photo and links to their social media. The casting call also requests that applicants send a video of themselves displaying their creative talent.


The deadline for this incredible opportunity is November 30, so there’s no time to waste! For more details on how you can be a part of the ‘Anuvahood’ star’s newest film, head over to Heather Basten’s official Instagram page.

Adam Deacon is an actor, rapper, writer and director, and winner of the BAFTA Rising Star Award in 2012. He is best known for his role in ‘Kidulthood’, the sequel ‘Adulthood’ and his directorial debut comedy, ‘Anuvahood’, which he co-wrote with Michael Vu.

Written by: Liam Spencer


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