From God's gifts and grace, I have never been typecast. I have been a pickpocket, to an evil person, to a comedic heavyset. There has never been a time when I have been typecast (unless you include getting all roles that are child roles).
The underdog, the professor, the civil servant (from silly to nasty), anti hero, ordinary civilian, ambitious CEO, nazi, innocent.
Comedy parts/ Characters with depth & charisma
The pretty girl, Head women in charge.
Younger males on screen, early twenties roles like college student. Older males for voice, or the dark and mysterious character.
To be honest my casting is quite varied but it's often at one extreme or the other - strong woman or victim.
I'm very good in playing a high-school bitch, like Regina George from Mean Girls.
something comedic,.......or something bad-ass,...either good or evil,...but definitely a bad-ass,....
I get cast as a cop or a guard or a soldier a lot. That's fine because there's a lot of roles that fit that criteria. If you have to be typecast as something, might as well be something that helps keep bills paid.
Villains, although I prefer comedy.
Real people, people that have experienced hardships, comedy, accents.