Chadwick Struck has been casting voiceover, television, theater, and film projects for over twenty years. He started off in a fast-paced office primarily covering episodic television, TV pilots, and voiceover for video games. In 1999, Struck help cast for Center Theatre Group (Mark Taper Forum and Ahmanson Theatre) in Los Angeles. Notable projects while working there: 1999 Shakespeare rep directed by Sir Peter Hall; "Hughie," starring Al Pacino; "Enigma Variations," starring Donald Sutherland; and Neil Simon's "The Dinner Party." Struck's start in feature casting (as a casting associate) was with "Herbie: Fully Loaded," "Just Friends," and "The Heartbreak Kid."
His first credit as a feature film CD was "Mini's First Time," a Kevin Spacey–produced film that starred Alec Baldwin and Luke Wilson. This led to a second Spacey-produced project, "Columbus Day," starring Val Kilmer and Wilmer Valderrama. Other film casting credits include "Linewatch," a Sony release starring Cuba Gooding Jr.; "Smother," a Jay Roach comedy starring Diane Keaton, Liv Tyler, and Dax Shepard; "Lower Learning," starring Eva Longoria, Rob Corddry, and Jason Biggs; "Finding Bliss," starring Leelee Sobieski; and "Demoted," starring David Cross, Sean Astin, and Michael Vartan.
This year alone Struck has cast "A Green Story," which he has also produced; "The Drunk," which he co-produced; "Rock Barnes," which he co-produced; "The Embryo Who Came in From the Cold," and more!