World Leading Sports Casting Agency

Chris Snode Casting is a sports-specialist casting agency. Last year our commercials won 26 Awards across three Continents, including Glass & Gold at Cannes Lions. We complete every casting with quality and specificity, in order to meet the client’s individual requirements.


Ogilvy – Independent – Gary Freedman

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TBWA/CHAIT/DAY – Iconoclast – Manu Cossu

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 Droga5 – Radical Media – Derek Cianfrance

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Leo Burnett – Rattling Stick – Andy McLeod

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First Direct

Kamarama – Smuggler – Guy Shelmerdine

Chris Snode Casting

Established 30 years ago, Chris Snode Casting is a sports-specialist casting agency based in London. We provide bespoke castings to clients all over the world. We have worked with award-winning directors to produce some fantastic commercials, and with our niche knowledge of the sports industry, we have been able to open doors to both our clients and artists which otherwise would have been left unopened.

What makes our casting agency unique is our ability to provide the complete casting solution – from start to finish. Although we are based in London, we have cast all around the world to deliver the ideal casting outcome. Our team of casting assistants and researchers work hard to provide our clients with the best possible results, completing high-quality castings at an efficient rate. We have cast a variety of sports-related artists including dancers, fitness models, athletes, body-doubles and even some of the quirkiest of requests, including bog-divers, sumo-wrestlers and ice-skating yetis!

Please don’t hesitate in taking a look at some of our latest commercials, or reading over some of our testimonials, to gain a better understanding of what we do. Our contact page contains all the details you need to speak to someone on our team. For information on our current castings, please visit our social media pages (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and LinkedIn). Read about our casting director here.