About Liz Lewis Casting Partners

Liz Lewis Casting Partners has been casting and securing talent for film, television, commercials, voice overs, and theater for over 20 years nationwide. While maintaining a boutique feel, LLCP seeks out distinct and extraordinary talent, uniquely tailored to each project.  Whether it is a big budget feature, a national commercial, a television series, or a small indie film, LLCP devotes the same attention to detail to each and every project. With major offices in New York City and Los Angeles, we cast in all markets nationwide.

The team at LLCP comes from vast areas of entertainment such as theater, comedy, real people, dance, and film. Along with their diverse experience comes an expansive network of contacts and resources nationwide and skill for bringing in new and untapped talent. Our team collaborates on each project, providing a unique selection that can’t be matched anywhere else.

LLCP’s experienced casting directors allow actors and non-actors to feel comfortable enough to give a great audition and showcase their talent.  Known to be one of the friendliest casting offices, we truly believe that you should love what you do.

Liz Lewis CSA

Liz Lewis, CEO of LLCP in New York and Los Angeles, has been at the forefront of the casting industry for more than two decades, and continues to be unparalleled in her ability to secure the perfect talent for commercials, film, television, and theater. Forgoing the cookie-cutter approach of larger agencies, Liz runs a venerable casting boutique that hears each clients’ needs so the perfect match is found. While she personally has a hand in all of the projects that come through her office, she has cultivated a collaborative team who bring their own diverse talents to the table.

The proof of Liz’s talent is in the pudding: she cast the original voices of the EMMY NOMINATED Nickelodeon show, Peter Rabbit, received a 2009 CSA ARTIOS AWARD nomination for OUTSTANDING ACHIEVEMENT IN CASTING for Stormy Weather, a 2008 SLAMDANCE AUDIENCE AWARD for BEST NARRATIVE FILM for The Project, cast the voices for the OSCAR NOMINATED documentary Sound and the Fury, and the NY FILM FESTIVAL OPENER animated short, Knitwits. Additionally, she assembled the original and subsequent line-ups for The Daily Show. In the process she discovered many of the improv and sketch actors that have risen to stardom in the past fifteen years.

Liz is proudly associated with the Casting Society of America, Women’s Business Enterprise National Council, Women President Organization, Women in Film and Television, Association of Independent Commercial Producers, and the British Academy of Film and Television.

Winner of the 2015 HELLER AWARD for Best Commercial Casting Director

  • College/University:
    Indiana University
  • Favorite Philanthropic Causes: 
    Hole in the Wall Gang
    The Promise Project
    American Cancer Society

Angela Mickey CSA

Angela Mickey is the most long-term member of the LLCP family. As Managing Director of Casting, Angela works across the board on commercial, voice over, film, TV and theater projects, supporting and guiding our staff to dig deeper and find fresh talent. She enjoys working with veteran and up-and-coming creatives, helping to provide an individual plan to each casting process, as well as assistance with union regulations and talent payment guidelines. Recent commercial projects include Capital One, Publix, Cialis, Time Warner Cable, Philadelphia Cream Cheese, Samsung, Captain Morgan, Coke, Winners, and Acuvue, as well as Spanish language commercials for Publix, Marshalls, Conair, Garanimals, Volkswagen and Time Warner Cable. Her recent film projects include A Year and Change, 23 Blast, and Wifed Out. Always looking for the new, undiscovered talent, Angela can be found conducting workshops with actors nationwide.

  • College/University:
    Playwrights Horizons Theatre School at New York University
  • Favorite Philanthropic Causes:
    Safe Horizons
    Bottomless Closet
    God’s Love We Deliver
    City Harvest

Rachel Reiss CSA

Rachel Reiss is a Senior Casting Director at Liz Lewis Casting Partners where she casts film, TV, voice overs, and commercials nationwide. Rachel’s career started primarily in TV where she cast shows for numerous networks including the Food Network, Bravo, Lifetime, Oxygen, A&E, Spike, HGTV, and Discovery. At Liz Lewis, Rachel has moved more heavily into scripted projects, while still employing the think-out-of-the-box formula, and story producing mentality that she honed in the unscripted world. She has worked on voice overs for clients such as AT&T, Phillips Grooming, Zicam, and Bacardi, and over 100 commercials including Gillette’s Handle with Care, which won 6 awards at Cannes Lion 2017, Skinny Cow, Publix, Time Warner Cable, Coke, Samsung, and Kindle. She recently cast feature films A Year and Change, All Wifed Out, Tower of Silence, Ladylike, web series Stellar People,  and is currently working on several more films. Rachel has been a panelist for Casting Commercials for the New York Women in Film and TV and Creating Commercials for the SAG Foundation. She is a New York Board Member of the Casting Society of America.

  • College/University:
    Boston University’s School of Communications
  • Favorite Philanthropic Causes:
    Avon Walk for Breast Cancer
    American Cancer Society
    Arts Education in Schools

Caitlin Jones CSA

Caitlin got her start in casting with us as an intern while attending Nazareth College. Since 2008, she has worked in over 200 commercial castings, in addition to several theatre, independent film and reality castings. Some brands include: T-Mobile (national network campaign), Centrum Silver (national network campaign), Nintendo Wii, Chase Bank, Levi’s, American Express, CeraVe, America’s Got Talent (Super Bowl 2012 commercial), Hasbro, and countless others.

After receiving a Bachelor’s in Musical Theatre and Philosophy, Caitlin then completed all four levels of Improvisation at the Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre NY. She then went on to perform on the indie improv circuit with the team, Partyline, coached by Mike Still, the current artistic director of UCB LA. With such a deep understanding of comedy and the needs of actors, Caitlin brings an invaluably creative and sensitive eye to everything she casts. She also utilizes her contacts in the comedy industry to find up and coming talent and fresh faces whenever possible. Caitlin is a proud, voting member of the Television Academy, the Drama League, the Independent Film Partnership, and Casting Society of America’s Diversity Committee and Artios Awards Committee.

  • College/University:
    Nazareth College
  • Favorite Philanthropic Causes:
    Team Hole in the Wall
    MDA
    St. Jude Children’s Hospital

Miriam Hoffman CSA

Miriam Hoffman began her career in Casting in 2005 with the Feature Film “Night at the Museum.” She had previously worked at the William Morris Agency as the Coordinator for the Reality Based TV and Packaging Department and at 20th Television in Development. At 20th she was responsible for finding new and emerging talent. From there, she was able to parlay her skills into the scripted casting world. Since then Miriam has enjoyed casting various television series for both network and cable, feature films, independent films and web series. As a USC Theater School graduate, she first fell in love with Casting. She along with her friend created and ran USC Casting, which helped cast Undergraduate, Graduate, Peter Starks Program and even outside projects. This past fall Miriam wrapped up casting the 7th and final season of “Workaholics” and most recently cast the Netflix Feature “Game Over, Man.”

  • College/University: 
    USC Theater School
  • Favorite Philanthropic Causes: 
    Make a Wish Foundation
    LUXE Paws
    Michael J Fox Foundation
    Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation

Rebecca LaGore

Rebecca is the newest edition to the LLCP team, joining them as a Casting Assistant. Originally from Michigan, Rebecca got her first bite of the Big Apple years ago when she took a family trip to NYC during high school. She always knew she’d be back, and here she is with over a year of residency under her belt. Rebecca has begun her career exploring many different aspects of the media industry. From spending the summer in the cornfields of Iowa filming baseball games for a minor league team, to the world of documentaries, reality television post-production, and also some time on the talent agency side, she has found her place in the world of casting. In her free time, Rebecca flexes her literary chops writing screenplays.

  • College/University:
    University of Dayton
  • Favorite Philanthropic Causes:
    Ronald McDonald House
    4 Paws for Ability

Brittney dela Calzada

Brittney has just joined the LLCP team as a Casting Assistant. After receiving her degree in Civil Engineering, she worked a couple years in the field before realizing that engineering was not the career path she desired. On a whim she made her way down to Los Angeles from San Francisco Bay Area to find her calling in the entertainment industry. Casting found her and she’s never looked back. In her downtime she enjoys watching as many TV shows and movies as possible.

  • College/University: 
    University of California, Davis
  • Favorite Philanthropic Causes:
    Operation Smile

Lynn Taylor

Lynn Taylor comes to us from the world of numbers where she worked as a CPA for many of the largest companies in the world. As the Manager for LLCP for over 9 years, she continues to use her numbers background in project creation, management and financing, and her eye for detail has added her to our line-up of great creative Casting Directors. She helped head up the voice searches for AT&T, Jose Cuervo, ExxonMobil, and Pepperidge Farm, headed up the casting for Mama’s Boys of the Bronx, as well as many of our feature projects.

  • College/University:
    BA in Mathematics in order to be an Astronaut, Grad school in Accounting – CPA, Valedictorian of HS
  • Favorite Philanthropic Causes:
    St. Jude Children’s Hospital
    Disabled American Veterans

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