Casting Call for Extras in Chicago to Work on Chicago Fire 2021

04/19/2021

Get a small extra role on Chicago Fire.

Chicago Fire is back in production in the Chicagoland area and there are casting calls out for area locals who would love to work as paid extras on the TV show which is now filming.
Those that want to apply to be background actors on the show must be local to the Chicago area.

Again, you must be local as call times may be on very short notice and travel expenses are not paid. All roles are non speaking and pay around minimum wage.

Casting Alert! Searching for AFRICAN AMERICAN/ LATINO/ ASIAN HIGH SCHOOL TEENS, AGES 16 TO 20, MALE AND FEMALE, to work one day on our next episode of Chicago Fire.
The dates needed are:

4/25: Covid test at Cinespace (in the morning)
4/26: Covid test at Cinespace (in the morning)
4/27: Covid test and Filming

These are PAID NON-SPEAKING ROLES.
To submit send a recent color photograph with your height, weight, age, phone number, city, state, and clothing sizes to 9firextra@gmail.com and put “HS TEEN” in the subject line.
The photograph should be your current hair length, hair style, hair color, no sunglasses, no hats, no blurry pictures. Male PHOTOS NEED current facial hair, if any.
Please send in ASAP, this is going to be a great scene!

Local to Chicago and Surrounding Area ONLY.
Casting Alert! Searching for MALES, all ethnicities, 30’s to 50’s, to play TEACHERS on Chicago Fire. These are featured, non-speaking rolls. In order to submit you need to be available:
Sunday April 25th for a Covid Test
Monday April 26th for a Covid Test

Tuesday, April 27th for the filming date.
To apply send a recent color photograph with your height, weight, age, phone number, city, state, and clothing sizes.
No headshots, no comp cards, no photos with sunglasses or hats, only you in the photograph, no cut off heads, must be a recent photograph with your current hairstyle, and facial hair.
Send to 9firextra@gmail.com and put “Male Teacher” in the subject line.
Send in ASAP!

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