NBC TV pilot Council of Dads is now casting DJs in Savannah, Georgia.
NBC tv pilot “Council of Dads” is now casting talent to appear in the series as it films in Savannah, Georgia. Casting directors are looking for real DJs with equipment to work on a family wedding scene. Producers are looking for men or women ages 18 and older with real DJ equipment. FIlming will shoot on Thursday, March 14th and/or Friday, March 15th in Savannah, Georgia.
About NBC Pilot Council of Dads:
According to Deadline, Council of Dads is based the story of Scott Perry and his family, whose lives are turned upside down when he gets a potentially terminal diagnosis.Facing his mortality, he and his wife, Robin, assemble a unique group of carefully chosen friends to support his family and guide them through the ups and downs of lifes many challenges.
How to apply:
SPECIAL POST- REAL DJ NEEDED – higher pay $$$
For the new NBC series “Council of Dads” in SAVANNAH
**** REAL DJ with EQUIPMENT (including speakers, etc…)
REAL DJ with equipment for a family WEDDING SCENE!
Male or Female
Age 18 and up
Must be a real DJ with Equipment!!!
WORKS THURS 3/14 AND / or FRi 3/15
Start time each day will be in the afternoon and it will work until approx midnight or so, each day/night!!
PAY: $300 each day
EMAIL: [email protected]
SUBJECT LINE: WRITE SAVANNAH DJ
CURRENT, CLEAR, PHOTOS !!!
Please send good CURRENT face photos: 1 from the chest up, and 1 full length photo from the knees up.
We MUST be able to see your current hair length and face!!
Then please List the following
First and Last NAME
PHONE NUMBER (s)
CITY & STATE (where you will be coming from!)
INCLUDE YOUR REAL EXPERIENCE as a DJ (where, for how long)
and ALSO LIST your equipment that you own/have, in addition to including photos of it if you can!!
Must be willing to work in Savannah, GA!
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Please do not apply, if you are not local or if you do not fit the description.
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