Extras casting for NBC “Chicago Fire,” “Chicago Med” and “Chicago Justice.”
NBC’s series of “Chicago” oriented shows just got another new addition. The latest Chicago series “Chicago Justice” got added to this years slate of new shows. Last year also saw a new “Chicago” show with the introduction of “Chicago Med.” The shows are spin-offs of NBC’s successful “Chicago Fire” series which also spawned “Chicago P.D.” some years back.
“Chicago Fire” is produced by Emmy Award-winning executive producer Dick Wolf, the same man that is behind the very popular “Law and Order” franchise. “Chicago Fire” and the other 3 Chicago shows film at the same time in the Chicago area. The show follows the lives of the men and women who work at the fictional firehouse 51. The high octane drama gives viewers a glimpse into the lives of firefighters, paramedics and rescue workers who put their lives on the line on a daily basis. The other 3 “Chicago” shows all tie into each other and frequently include crossover episodes where characters of one show work together with those of another.
Casting directors for the shows are now seeking locals that would like to work as paid extras and roles are currently available on “Chicago Fire,” “Chicago Med” and “Chicago Justice.”
Searching for men ages, 30’s to 60’s, all ethnicities, who can work as Aldermen on Tuesday, April 4th and also available to attend a wardrobe fitting on Thursday, March 30th. If you can work send a recent color photograph with your height, weight, age, phone number, city, state, and all your clothing sizes, plus shoe size. In the subject line put “Aldermen 4.4”. Send to firstname.lastname@example.org
Searching for men and women, with Blackhawks shirts, hats, etc., who can work on Friday, March 31st on “Chicago Med”. If you can work this day and you have Blackhawks’ clothing/hats, send a recent color photograph with your height, weight, age, phone number, city and state to email@example.com and put “Blackhawks” in the subject line.
Let us know if you have already worked Justice and let us know when you worked and what scene. Let us know if you haven’t worked on Justice.
No comp cards, no head shots, no pictures with sunglasses or hats. Send in ASAP as we have to show pictures right away to the director.
Be sure to see the Chicago castings page for a listing of all the other shows filming in that area.