Season 3 of “Chicago Fire” will be filming an ice skating scene in a few weeks and in need of talent 6+.
The show’s CD’s are looking for talent that is available to work towards the end of the month on an ice skating scene. The series is seeking kids teens and adults who know how to ice skate for the shoot that is scheduled to film on the 28th of the month. The show’s casting directors also have a few other roles to fill in scenes filming this week in the Chicago, IL area.
“Chicago Fire” is produced by Emmy Award-winning executive producer Dick Wolf (“Law and Order” ). “Chicago Fire” follows the lives of the men and women who work at 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 series is created by created by Michael Brandt and Derek Haas and airs on NBC. Last year, NBC launched a spin-off of the show, “Chicago P.D.“. That series is also currently in production and has been releasing casting notices regularly. (see below)
The show is only considering background talent that lives in the Chicago area. Please note that there are 3 notices below for the show. Be sure to use the subject line that goes along with the role you are applying for.
Searching for males and females, all ethnicities, including kids 6 to 16, who know how to ice-skate for a scene we are shooting on or around Wednesday, Jan. 28th. If you know how to ice skate (there won’t be a lot of iceskating but we will have people on the ice and you need to know how to stand on the ice in ice-skates to be considered).
Send your photograph with your height, weight, age, and phone number to season3CF@gmail.com and put “ice skater 1.28” in the subject line. Any teen or child under 16 years of age will need to obtain a Joan Philo Casting work permit.
If you are sending in for a child or teen put in the subject line, “Child ice skater 1.28” or “Teen ice skater 1. 28”. If you are an adult put “Adult ice skater 1.28”.
Searching for more men (40’s), Caucasian, with acting experience to work a scene in our bowling alley, Tuesday, Jan 20th. If you can work this day send your photograph with your height, weight, age, and phone number along with resume or experience to season3CF@gmail.com and put “Bowler Man” in the subject line.
Searching for males and females, 20’s to 50’s, all ethnicities, to work with their cars (no white, no red, no black), on Friday, Jan. 16th on “Chicago Fire.” Send photograph with the color, year, and make of your car to season3CF@gmail.com and put “Car 1.16” in the subject line. Please don’t apply if you have worked in the last two months. Thank you!
“Chicago Fire’s” sister show, “Chicago P.D.” is also filming new episodes in the Chicago area as well. That show is also casting extras for scenes filming shortly. You can check out the “Chicago P.D.” notice here.