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Hallmark Superstars!

  Check out our little Hallmark superstars. They are simply adorable!

MEALS FOR MONOLOGUES

Meals for Monologues is a nationwide food bank fundraiser, started by Chicago casting director, Claire Simon. This is an awesome, one-day event where casting directors volunteer their time to view actors’ monologues, in exchange for 2 non-perishable food items! The event in Kansas City will benefit Harvesters. *Seeking actors age 10 AND UP to have
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BABY UPDATE

Due to the rapid growth of young babies, we are currently not accepting new submissions to market children under one year of age on our website. If you are interested in modeling opportunities for your child, please contact our New Faces Administrator, Lindsay Lyngar at newfaces@hoffmanmodels.com or 913.642.1060 for more information!

Jae Feinberg Photo Movement Seminar

Click here to see all the photos from the photo movement seminar we had with fashion photographer Jae Feinberg!

Hallmark Baby Clothing

Check out cutie Bentley showing off the Hallmark Baby Clothing line. It is perfect for this chilly Fall weather!

Missouri Lottery Pay It Forward Commercial

Our young and talented actress Ma’Kese Wesley can be seen at the end of this Missouri Lottery commercial! Click here to see her and the Missouri Lottery supporting education.

MAC Event

Beautiful Hoffman models Ivy Shaw and Riley Alston had a fun weekend modeling at a MAC event! You can see them here embracing the personas of Pat Cleveland and Jerry Hall.

Hallmark Clothing

Here is talented 4 year old Bentley showing off Hallmark’s adorable clothing. Way to go Bentley!

Sprint: Get in the Game!

Click here to watch our talent Mark McEachen in Sprint’s Get in the Game commercial! Make sure to watch until the end to see Mark. It’s worth it!

National MetLife Commercial!

Our talent Madalyn Hesterlee, Misty Dimitt, Malachi Bonds, Tagen Curtis and Destiny Shipley booked a national MetLife commercial! Click here to see them in action alongside the Peanuts characters, and keep a lookout for them on your TV. Great job guys!

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