Casting directors are now casting extras for the upcoming James Brown Movie ‘Get On Up’ filming in January 7th, in Jackson, Mississippi.

Tammy Smith casting is currently seeking caucasian and african american men and women for a concert scene filming in Jackson, Mississippi. Still interested? See the following casting call details below for more information:
NEW post for “Get On Up!” filming in JACKSON, MS!!!We are looking to book the following paid extras for a scene filming JANUARY 7th, IN JACKSON

MEN and WOMEN, ages 18 and over
for a really FUN CONCERT scene
that takes place in 1971 Paris (filming in Jackson, MS)

These are daytime scenes (starting early in the morning on January 7th)

Please submit as soon as you can and over the holidays. We will be booking now and over the next few weeks!

Note 1: We need SOME of you to go on a costume fitting on Jan 2nd or Jan 3rd, so please start submitting now so we can set some of you up for fittings before and during our holiday break/hiatus! Not all will need go on the fitting, but we need to pre-fit a core group of you to establish the look of the scene for 1971!

Selected people will be contacted via email so please keep an eye out for a booking email over the next few weeks (check your spam/junk folder too!)

PLEASE SUBMIT as instructed below to [email protected]
put “PARIS CONCERT” in the subject line

CURRENT PHOTOS- Please send a good face photo from the shoulders up, preferably with no other people in the picture and please avoid a photo with hats or sunglasses.
Please show your hair length and color in your photo
– NO wig photos, please!!

Then please List the following:

  • NAME
  • CITY and STATE where you live
  • AGE
  • Height
  • Weight
  • List Sizes
  • Men::Jacket , Waist and shoe size
  • Ladies: Bust/Bra size, Dress size and shoe size



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