Steven Spielberg’s “Lincoln” Still Casting Extras


Extras Casting Virginia

“Lincoln”, Steven Spielberg’s new movie about Abraham Lincoln is holding a casting call for extras. “Lincoln” will be shot in Virginia, Richmond and Petersburg, and is seeking locals who would like to be a part of the film.

All extras are paid jobs.

An open casting call is scheduled for Sept. 15.

Seeking the following:
African-American and white men to portray Union and Confederate soldiers, delegates, contraband slaves and citizens of all classes circa 1865.
white men who play an orchestral instrument
African-American men younger than 40 who are adept at horseback riding.

African-American and white women with shoulder length (or longer) hair of natural color and with dress sizes 6 to 12 are needed to portray contraband slaves, White House staff (and more) and citizens of all classes.

The casting call will be held from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Richmond Convention Center
403 N. Third St

The Extras Casting call is open to men and women 18 or older. Please do not bring any children as they are not casting for any at that time. Please bring a recent snapshot of yourself. The photo will not be returned.

If you have already attended a casting call, you do not need to come to this one.

The movie will begin filming in October and will be released in 2012

more info about the Lincoln Extras Casting Call

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