Casting call for TV pilot in Chicago, Illinois
Producers for NBC are working on a new TV drama called “Love is a 4 Letter Word“. The pilot for the series is beginning production in Chicago and there is a casting call out for extras.
The show’s description reads… It chronicles the collision of race, sexuality and gender roles when three diverse couples put modern marriage to the test. Nadine Velazquez (My Name is Earl, Major Crimes, The League) was cast to take on the lead role in the show written by Diana Son. Velazquez plays Rebecca, a Cuban American who is married to another woman. Rebecca believes they are happy in the marriage but Julie is actually considering leaving Rebecca to reunite with her ex, Nick. Deadline reports that the story originally revolved around a Caucasian couple but following the huge success of “Empire“, the network had asked for the characters to be re-written as a non-Caucasian couple. Son welcomed the idea and NBC picked up the script.
Casting directors for the show at Joan Philo are now casting background roles for 2 scenes filming next month. They are seeking men and women in their 20’s and 30’s for a trendy night club scene that will be filming on March 17th, a Tuesday. Also, the CD’s are looking to cast teens between the ages of 13 and 17 to work on the 23rd of March 2015.
Interested? See below for the details. Please only apply if you are local to the Chicago area.
Searching for males and females, 20’s/30s, all ethnicities, to work an awesome music venue scene. We need lots of hip and trendy people to work as non-speaking extras on Tuesday, March 17th (on or around this date). If you can work send your photograph looking “club hip” with your hair and makeup styled and send to email@example.com and put “Club 3/17” in the subject line.
Searching for TEENS to play students, all ethnicities, ages 13 to 17, male and female (anyone under 16 will need to obtain a Joan Philo Casting work permit), on or around Monday, March 23rd. If your teen can work this day send their photograph to firstname.lastname@example.org and put “Teen 3.23” in the subject line. Include their height, weight, age, phone number, city and state.
If your teen is under 16 please attach their work permit or ask for a letter of intent and we will send you one.