Rush call for families with children and upscale extras for 2 scenes shooting on Monday for the NBC show “Chicago Fire”.
“Chicago Fire” is a TV show that is based on, a firehouse in Chicago. The show revolves around a fictional Chicago Firehouse, firehouse 51. The show explores the lives, both professional and personal, of the firefighters and paramedics of the Chicago Fire Department. Chicago Fire was created by Michael Brandt and Derek Haas. The show stars Jesse Spencer, Taylor Kinney and Monica Raymund.
Joan Philo casting needs Chicago families to work this coming Monday. They are looking for families with children 4 to 12 years old.
There is also a second call for Monday for a different scene that is seeking upscale extras who can dress up for a restaurant scene.
Chicago locals only please.
See both casting notices below:
Searching for more FAMILIES to start work on Monday, Dec. 16th and work the week for our cool firehouse scene. If you are a family who has children ages 4 to 12 who can get a Joan Philo Casting work permit ASAP (we can send you the form to obtain a work permit), and who can work starting on Monday (these shoots will go into the night), please send in your family photograph with the name, ages, height, weight, of each family member. If you already have a Joan Philo Casting work permit please let us know. Send photographs ASAP to firstname.lastname@example.org and put in the subject line “Family Rush”.
For our other show we are shooting an upscale restaurant scene on Monday, December 16th. Searching for men and women, all ethnicities, 20’s to 70’s, to work this scene (men in business suits and women in cocktail dresses). If you can work please send a photograph, dressed up, to email@example.com and put “Dec. 16th upscale” in the subject line. The rate of pay, if chosen, is $80 for an 8 hour day and time and a half after 8 hours. You will have a great day on set!
The show has been on air since 2012 and is currently airing season 2 which began in September.