BET Let's Stay Together is Casting African Americans for an Upcoming Church Scene

Casting Director's for BET's hit Television Series "Lets Stay Together" is currently seeking African American background actors for an upcoming church scene. We reported earlier on the new season of BET "Let's Stay Together". BET Networks "Let's Stay Together" is an American romantic comedy television series created by Jacque Edmonds Cofer. It premiered on BET on January 11, 2011. The series premiere drew 4.4 million viewers. On April 20th, BET, announced that the show is renewed for a second season which is set to air 22 episodes starting in January 2012. Let's Stay Together is the story of Stacy Lawrence (portrayed by Nadine Ellis), a pediatrician who is engaged to Charles Whitmore (portrayed by Bert Belasco), the contractor she hired to remodel her kitchen (BET Let's Stay Together).   Recently, The Extra Bad Group posted on their Facebook Page the following Casting Call:  
Looking for PAID EXTRAs in ATL of AFRICAN AMERICAN RACE that are ages 18 and up and available on Thursday, Feb. 28 to portray members of a church for the BET show "Lets Stay Together" . CallTime is 7:30am and pay is $75/8hr. If you are available, please send a picture and contact information to: [email protected] w/ the subject line:CHURCH 2/28. ONCE YOU HAVE SENT IN YOUR INFORMATION , A MEMBER OF THE CASTING DEPARTMENT WILL CONTACT YOU WITH FURTHER INSTRUCTIONS IN REGARDS TO BEING BOOKED FOR THE SCENE. THANKS SO MUCH!
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