NBC's Chicago Fire is now hiring stand-ins in Chicago, Illinois.
Are you looking for a job? NBC's hit TV series Chicago Fire is now hiring stand-ins to work on an upcoming episode, which is filming in Chicago, Illinois.
Casting directors are searching for an African American female stand-in for a character on Chicago Fire to work tomorrow, March 30th in Chicago. Producers are looking for someone around 5'5 to 5'7 and between 230 to 250 pounds.
In addition, casting directors are searching for African American boys and girls ages 4 to 5, who can work multiple days on set of Chicago Fire. Producers are looking for talent to start working as of this Wednesday. This is to work as a photo double or stand-in.
About NBCs Chicago Fire:
Chicago Fire is created by Michael Brandt and Derek Haas and produced by Law & Order creator Dick Wolf, the show follows the lives of the firefighters and paramedics working at the Chicago Fire Department at the firehouse of Engine 51, Truck 81, Squad 3, Ambulance 61 and Battalion 25.
To audition for a role on NBCs Chicago Fire, check out the casting call details below:
NBC Chicago Fire Season 4 Casting Call
Stand in Casting CallCASTING ALERT! Searching for an african american female standin for a character on "Chicago Fire" for tomorrow, March 30th. We need someone around 5'5'' to 5'7'' and between 230lbs to 250lbs with shoulder length hair or shorter. Those interested please send in your photo along with your height, weight, age, and a phone number to: [email protected] and put "SI AA" in your subject line. Please list any previous standin experience as well. Thank you!
Kids Casting CallCasting Alert! Searching for African American boys and girls, ages 4 to 5 (on the shorter side), who can work multiple days on our set of "Chicago Fire". If your child can work starting this Wednesday send in a recent color photograph with their height (without shoes), weight, age, phone number, city and state. This is to work as a photo double/standin (same height and coloring as actor child to use to light, block and film). If your child can work and can get a Joan Philo Casting work permit ASAP send a recent photograph with current hair style to [email protected] and put "PD Fire child" in the subject line. Let us know if they have been on a set before. Please send in ASAP!
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