CBS Navy SEAL TV pilot is now casting military types in New Orleans, Louisiana.

CBS is now casting military types to work on a scene filming on Thursday, April 6th in New Orleans, Louisiana. Casting directors are looking for the following types:

  • MILITARY w/CARS – Currently casting 20’s-40’s looking Males, 18 years old or older, to portray Military and Generals at a Navy Base in West Virginia Beach. You must be clean shaven. You must be able to have a usable vehicle! No red, white or black! Be sure to include the Color / Year / Make / Model of your vehicle in your submission. (SUVs, Vans, sedans and trucks are OK to submit! No motorcycles please).

About CBS Navy SEAL TV Pilot:

According to Deadline, Max Thieriot will star alongside Neil Brown Jr in the CBS untitled Navy SEAL drama pilot from former Justified executive producers Ben Cavell, Sarah Timberman and Carl Beverly. The untitled show centers around the lives of elite Navy SEALs as they train, plan and execute the most dangerous missions.

To audition for a role on the upcoming CBS Navy SEAL TV pilot, check out the casting call details below.

Navy SEAL TV Pilot Casting Call

***Untitled Seals Project *** Belle Chasse, LA*** Thurs. April 6th ***
Likely an early afternoon call time! If you submit, please have open availability to work, including into the night!

MILITARY w/CARS – Currently casting 20’s-40’s looking Males, 18 years old or older, to portray Military and Generals at a Navy Base in West Virginia Beach. You must be clean shaven. You must be able to have a usable vehicle! No red, white or black! Be sure to include the Color / Year / Make / Model of your vehicle in your submission. (SUVs, Vans, sedans and trucks are OK to submit! No motorcycles please).

If available, please submit current photo(s) of yourself & your vehicle, your name & phone number to: [email protected] with 4/6 in the subject line.

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If you are not local and/or do not fit the description, do not apply