Casting CallsABC 'Nashville' Season 3 Extras Casting Call in Nashville, Tennessee

ABC ‘Nashville’ Season 3 Extras Casting Call in Nashville, Tennessee


ABC ‘‘ is extras for Season 3 in Nashville, Tennessee.

Nashville is an American musical  television series. It was created by Academy Award winner Callie Khouri and produced by R.J. Cutler, Khouri, Dee Johnson, Steve Buchanan and Connie Britton.

is looking for extras to work on Thursday, July 17th in Nashville, Tennessee.

This is the first day of filming for the new TV series and producers are ready to get the season started on the right foot.

are looking for extras to play cafe patrons, waitresses, and camera operators. Talents that are selected will be compensated $64/8 hours and overtime will be paid after 8 hours.

For more details, check out the casting call below:

ABC ‘Nashville' Casting Call


NASHVILLE, TN Casting Notice – ABC series Nashville for work on THURSDAY – 7/17/14. *This is our FIRST day of filming – please do NOT submit if you aren't able to show up! We have new AD's and can not afford to start off the season with no-shows!

–you should also be aware that there will be a matching RECALL in September for anyone working in this .

Pay rate for EXTRAS is $64.00 for 8 hours ($8.00/hour with an 8 hour guarantee). Overtime will be paid after 8 hours. You will receive a check in the mail 7-10 business days AFTER you work.

We do NOT have any Call Times yet so you would need to be available ALL DAY. You MUST have open/flexible availability if submitting so that you can work WHATEVER the call times ends up being. If not, please DO NOT SUBMIT!

Location is in the NASHVILLE, TN area.

BLUEBIRD CAFE PATRONS: male and female, all ethnicities, age range 18-80, variety of types who would normally go out to listen to music

BLUEBIRD CAFE WAITRESSES: female, all ethnicities, age range 19-40, MUST have previous wait staff experience and be able to carry drink trays (*please specifiy when submitting)

REALITY SHOW CAMERA OPERATORS: male, all ethnicities, age range 21-55, should have some experience with handheld video cameras so that you look like you know what you are doing.

To submit for work – Please EMAIL US ASAP to: [email protected] with subject line THURSDAY BOOKING. You MUST include your first & last name, a contact number and specify which role you fit the specs for. MUST also have a recently updated (within the past 3 months) talent profile in the OLC database! Your photo MUST be good quality, facing forward, NO sunglasses and you must be the only person in your picture!!

**If your talent profile has not been updated in 2014 with a recent picture – we will NOT book you!

**IF YOU SUBMIT – CHECK YOUR EMAILS!!!! We will be responding on Monday & Tuesday and you will need to confirm your booking email right away or we will replace you with someone else. IF YOU CONFIRM, YOU MUST SHOW UP no excuses as we can not overbook this scene! Failure to show up will mean that you will not be eligible for any future OLC bookings!!**

**PLEASE DO NOT send more than one email!

PLEASE DO NOT email if you don't fit these casting requirements or are not available on the listed work date!! Thanks!

**PLEASE DO NOT CALL OUR OFFICE ABOUT THIS BOOKING unless specifically requested!!**

If you do not have a profile with us, please go to www.onlocationcasting.netand complete a Talent Application before sending email that you are available. It is FREE to register and you do not have to have a paid ‘active' account in order to be booked for work.

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