NBC’s “Chicago Med” has a casting out for extras.
The show’s casting directors have just released casting notices for scenes that will be filming in the Chicagoland area. The show needs lots of talent to work as paid background extras. There is a call out for general extras who are available to work in scenes on various days this week or next. Please see the casting notices listed below for all the details.
“Chicago Med“ is created by Dick Wolf and Matt Olmstead. The show is a spin-off of NBC’s popular drama series “Chicago Fire” (which is also filming right now). “Chicago Med” is described as “an emotional ride through the day-to-day chaos of the city’s most explosive hospital and the courageous team of doctors that holds it together”. In the series premiere, the grand opening of Chicago Med’s emergency department is interrupted by victims of an “L” train crash, pushing the staff to their limits.
“Chicago Med” is the 2nd “Chicago Fire” spin-off Dick Wolf has created for NBC. Just like “Chicago Fire” and “Chicago P.D.“, the addition of”Chicago Med” will include crossover episodes that will tie all 3 shows together.
Interested? Here is the casting notice for Chicago Med:
NEWBORN CASTING ALERT! Searching for Asian newborn babies (single babies, twins, triplets!) for an upcoming episode of Chicago Med!
The exact day(s) of filming are still TBD but will fall between the dates of February 15th and February 26th (weekdays only). If you have a baby, or know someone who will have a baby, that will be 5-11 weeks old during this time, please email us!!
All babies need to obtain a work permit and we can tell you how to do this. We are experts in casting newborns and babies. Babies work about two hours on set and the rate for this shoot is $175/2 hours.
To apply send a recent color photograph (no hats, no bows, no sunglasses as we want to see your child’s head/hair) with your babies info: DOB, weight, length, name, parent name, city, state and phone number. Send into: email@example.com. Put “Baby 18” in the subject line.
Searching for men and women (20’s-60’s, all ethnicities) who can work as patients or visitors on Chicago Med on Monday February 11th. Please submit to firstname.lastname@example.org. Include a recent photo, your name, age, height, weight, and phone number. Put “Patient/Visitor 2.11” in the subject line.
Let us know the last date you worked on Chicago Med and your role.
Searching for a female redhead, 20’s/30’s, 5’4″ to 5’6″, thin build, who can work on “Chicago Med”, 2.8, 2.13, and 2.14 as a standin (same height and coloring as actor to light and block the set).
To apply send a recent color photograph with your height, weight, age, phone number, city, state and clothing sizes to Mmed4xtra@gmail.com and put “SI RF” in the subject line.
List any standin experience you might have.
Let us know the last time you work on “Chicago Med” and list your role.
By the way, NBC’s other Chicago drama, “Chicago Fire” is also in production. Please see those pages for casting information.