Casting call for the upcoming season of NBC’s “Chicago Fire” and “Chicago Med”.
“Chicago Fire” is currently filming the new season in the Chicago, Illinois area and are now casting background talent to fill various small roles in an upcoming episode filming this week and next week.
“Chicago Fire” airs on NBC and focuses on a fictional Chicago Firehouse, firehouse 51. “Chicago Fire” dives into the lives, both professional and personal, of the firefighters and paramedics working at Firehouse 51. The show was created by Michael Brandt and Derek Haas and stars Jesse Spencer, Taylor Kinney and Monica Raymund.
“Chicago Fire’s” sister series “Chicago P.D.” is also currently filming the new season and has castings out as well. Check out the “Chicago P.D.” casting calls here. This season another “Chicago Fire” spin-off is in production, “Chicago Med“…. They are in production as well and have also been looking for Chicago area talent.
Here are the casting calls for “Chicago Fire”
Local to Chicago Area Only!
Searching for females, 70’s to 80’s, African American, for a non-speaking role on “Chicago Med”. This will be a one day shoot between Monday, Nov. 30th and Wednesday, Dec. 9th. We shoot Mondays through Fridays.
For this role, they will need to make a mold of your face. This means you will need to be comfortable having a cast on your face. They will be extremely careful and safe while doing this.
In order to submit you will need to be completely available a week and a half before these dates in order to go to Covid testing and a wardrobe fitting. We use the utmost safety protocols on our NBC shows.
To apply, send a recent color photograph (no headshots, no comp cards, no pictures with sunglasses or hats – we need to see what you currently look like). This photograph must have your current hair color, and hair length.
Send this photograph with your height, age, weight, phone number, clothing sizes, and the city you live in.
List any acting experience you might have.
Send in ASAP to firstname.lastname@example.org and put ‘Wife’ in the subject line.