NBC’s “Chicago Fire” is in production of the new 2019 season
The show’s casting directors are now booking talent to work as paid background actors on “Chicago Fire“.
“Chicago Fire” is produced by Emmy Award-winning executive producer Dick Wolf, the same man that is behind the very popular “Law and Order” franchise. “Chicago Fire” is now filming the new season in …. you guessed it, the Chicago area. The show follows the lives of the men and women who work at the fictional 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 successful show launched a spin-off called “Chicago P.D.“ a few years back followed by another spin-off “Chicago Med.” This past year, NBC launched a 4th Chicago series, “Chicago Justice.”
That series is also currently in production in the Chicago area as are the other 3 NBC Chicago shows.
This does film in the Chicago area – Please only apply if you are local to Chicago and have full availability for the work dates listed.
Get Cast in Chicago Fire
Searching for men and women (20’s-60’s, all ethnicities) to play pedestrians on Chicago Fire on Tuesday February 26th. Also looking for men and women who have a bicycle and could ride in the scene. Please submit to email@example.com. Include your photo, name, age, height, weight, and phone number. Put “Ped 2.26” in the subject line. If you are submitting with your bike, please include a photo and put “Bike 2.26” in the subject line.
Let us know the last time you worked on Fire and list your role.
Searching for 4 year old Caucasian boys who can work on “Chicago Fire” on our next episode. All kids need to obtain an Empire work permit (we can tell you how to get one).
To submit send in a current photograph of your child with his height, weight, age, DOB, city, state, name, and parent name.
We need to show pictures to our director to choose the closest match to the actor parents.
Send in ASAP to CF51xtra@gmail.com and put in the subject line. “4 year old”