'Chicago Med' Chicago Casting Call for a Neighborhood Scene

NBC’s Chicago Med is now casting extras for a neighborhood scene in Chicago, Illinois.

Casting directors are seeking talent to work on scenes filming on Thursday, September 7th in Chicago, Illinois. Producers are seeking the following types:
  • Searching for upscale men and women to work our boutique neighborhood shoot

About Chicago Med:

Executive producer Dick Wolf adds another Chicago-centric series to his roster, this time focusing on the city’s most explosive hospital and its staff of doctors and nurses — a world first glimpsed in the “I Am the Apocalypse” episode of “Chicago Fire.” Relationships are forged in the chaos of the emergency room, where the team tackles cases inspired by topical events. Familiar faces from the city’s police (“Chicago P.D.”) and fire departments make appearances as the rich world continues to grow.

To audition for a role on Chicago Med, check out the casting call details below:

Chicago Med Casting Call

Casting alert! Searching for upscale men and women to work our boutique neighborhood shoot tomorrow on "Chicago Med", Thursday, Sept. 7th. If you can work tomorrow and haven't worked "Chicago Med" in a month, send a recent color photograph with your height, weight, age, phone number, city and state to: [email protected] and put "Med PED 9.7" in the subject line This is an outdoor shoot for Winter You will need two upscale business outfits and two nice casual plus a winter coat, hat, scarves and gloves Send in ASAP!!!! What do you think? Discuss this story with fellow Project Casting fans on Facebook. On Twitter, follow us at @projectcasting.

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

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