Chicago Fire TV show looking for extras

NBC’s “Chicago Fire” is casting extras to play evacuees for a huge accident scene for a scheduled shoot on Dec. 14.

Producers are looking for TON of background actors work on an outdoor accident scene filming in Chicago. The scene will include movie smoke so if you have breathing issues or allergies, this shoot isn’t for you.

All extras that are hired will be paid $80 for an eight-hour day, and time-and-a-half after eight hours. Extras will receive a check about two weeks later.

A normal day shoot takes about 12 hours, and can shoot hours longer. Anyone we cast will need to stay the entire shoot.”

12Males and females between the ages of 18 and 70, and of all ethnicity are needed to shoot in the super cool accident scene.

To audition for a role on NBC’s “Chicago Fire”, check out the casting call details below:

 

 

  • Submit send a current photograph (no head shots, no comp cards, no pictures with sunglasses, no hats, and no SELFIES)
  • Include your height, weight, age and PHONE NUMBER
  • Send above to chicagofiretele@gmail.com and put “Dec. 14th” in the subject line.
  • More info can be found at the FB page Chicago Fire Extras

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