NBC’s “Chicago Fire” television series just released a casting call for “accident victims”.
The show is seeking talent to be available for filming an entire episode of the series which may be as long as 8 days. The TV series films in the Chicago area and is only looking for local talent that have never appeared on the show or have not appeared in this season of the show.
Chicago Fire airs on NBC television. The drama series is produced by Law & Order’s, Dick Wolf. “Chicago Fire” is created by Michael Brandt and Derek Haas. The series focuses on the personal and professional lives of paramedics and firefighters working at the fictional Engine Co. 51. NBC also has a spin-off called “Chicago PD“ which also happens to be filming right now in the Chicagoland area.
Here is the extras casting notice:
For our next episode of “Chicago Fire” we are searching for a group of males and females who can play accident victims and be available for our whole episode starting next Wednesday and shooting for the next 8 days (no weekends).
If you haven’t worked “Chicago Fire” in the past two months and can be available every day during this next episode (we might work every day or a few days) send your photograph with your height, weight, age, and phone number to email@example.com and put “Accident all days” in the subject line. No comp cards, no head shots, no pictures with glasses, and no hats.
DON’T SEND IN IF YOU HAVE WORKED IN THE PAST TWO MONTHS. Thank you!