Boardwalk Empire Season 4 Casting Call for Upcoming Beach Scene

Casting directors are currently casting extras for HBO's Boardwalk Empire Season 4 filming in New York City.

Casting directors are now casting for HBO's show "Boardwalk Empire Season 4" filming in New York City.

Boardwalk Empire is an television series from premium cable channel HBO, set in Atlantic City, New Jersey during the 1920's Prohibition era. Boardwalk Empire stars Steve Buscemi as Nucky Thompson. The show was developed by Emmy Award-winning screenwriter and producer Terence Winter (Terence Winter was the previous screenwriter and producer of the hit HBO series The Sopranos) from a book about historical criminal kingpin Enoch L. Johnson by Nelson Johnson, titled Boardwalk Empire: The Birth, High Times, and Corruption of Atlantic City.   Still interested? See the casting call details below:

Boardwalk Empire Season 4 Casting Call Information

Grant Wilfley Casting recently posted the following casting call for an upcoming scene on HBO's Boardwalk Empire.
Seeking 18-70 year old Caucasian male and female beach-goers for Summer season beach scene filming Aug. 2 (must be ok either wearing 1920s bathing suit or 1920s summer wear).
Men must be ok getting 1920s haircut. Women must have natural-colored hair, preferably just below shoulders or shorter. All adults must be willing to be around smoke or be willing to smoke. No visible tattoos, or obvious or artificial tans.
No allergies to wool. Must be able to attend costume fitting in Brooklyn.
Email a recent pic, height, clothing sizes & contact info to [email protected]
Write FACEBOOK: BEACH SCENE in subject line of your email.

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