Casting Call



Cameron Goodman has been cast in Gregor Jordan's "The Informers." She will play Susan, a college student and the daughter of Billy Bob Thornton and Kim Basinger in the drama, which tells seven separate stories of a group of morally challenged characters. Goodman's credits include Nick Cannon's MTV series "Wild 'N Out," CBS' "Shark" and the N's "South of Nowhere." She is repped by APA and manager Adam Griffin of Kritzer/ Levine/Wilkins Entertainment. … Jennifer Siebel has been cast in the modern-day remake of "April Fool's Day," written and directed by Mitchell Altieri and Phil Flores. Siebel will play Barbie, a pageant queen who has been competing since age 5. She appears in Paul Haggis' "In the Valley of Elah" for Warner Bros. Her credits include Sony's "Rent," "Something's Gotta Give" and CBS' "Numbers." She is repped by Buchwald & Associates and manager Adam Griffin of Kritzer/Levine/Wilkins Entertainment. … Tria Xiong has joined the cast of "Something Like a Business," directed by Russ Parr. Xiong will play a tyrant who owns every business in town. Her credits include "Memoirs of a Geisha," CBS' "The Unit" and ABC's "Alias." She is repped by the Ward Agency and ADS Management. … Jenni Baird has been cast in the indie comedy "Alien Trespass," which also stars Eric McCormack. She will play a sculptor stranded in a desert town in the 1950s. Baird, whose credits include the Australian television drama "All Saints," stars on USA Network's "The 4400." She is repped by ICM, Michael Levine Management and Wallman Public Relations. … Chloe Bridges has joined the cast of MGM's "Legally Blondes," directed by Savage Steve Holland. Bridges will play an antagonist to a pair of Londoners who are recent transplants to the U.S. and making a mark on their Los Angeles school. Bridges' credits include ABC's "Freddie." She is repped by manager Blake Bandy of Kritzer/Levine/Wilkins Entertainment and Osbrink Talent Agency. … Gina Torres has been cast in "Don't Let Me Drown," written and directed by Cruz Angeles. The story revolves around two Latino teens discovering love in a post-Sept. 11 world. Torres will play Gina, a grieving mother whose eldest daughter died in the World Trade Center attacks. Torres' credits include "I Think I Love My Wife," Fox's "Standoff" and ABC's "Alias." She is repped by Domain and Framework Entertainment.