Cinemax 'The Knick' Season 2 casting call for featured roles in New York City.The Knick centers around New York City in the 1900s, and the Knickerbocker Hospital. Dr. John Thackery, battles his cocaine and opium addictions with his ambition for medical discovery and his reputation among his peers. Dr. Algernon Edwards, must fight for respect within the all-white populated hospital, as well as the racially-charged city. While literally struggling to keep the lights on, the hospital attempts to attract a wealthy clientele, without sacrificing quality care. Casting directors are casting featured roles on the second season of Cinemax's hit TV series, 'The Knick' filming in New York City. To audition for a role on Cinemax's 'The Knick', check out the casting call details below:
Cinemax 'The Knick' Season 2 Casting CallTHE KNICK is seeking Non-Union Asian Men to portray Chinese Pedestrians! Ages 18-99. The scene takes place in a quarantine camp in San Francisco Chinatown in 1901. *Especially seeking men with long hair!* Fitting: 4/22 OR 4/24 Works: 5/6 Exterior Rate: $107/10hrs
Please email RECENT CANDID PHOTOS/SELFIES to [email protected]. Please include your name, phone number, height, weight, jacket/neck/waist, and shoe sizes, and confirm you are non-union. Please note if you are available for work and a fitting. Please write in the subject line "Facebook, Non-Union Chinese Pedestrian." Please note: Men must be ok receiving 1900 style haircut and possibly being fit with artificial facial hair. (Men with LONG hair will not need a cut.) NO shaved heads, buzzcuts, or shaved sides for men. All must be ok working around atmospheric smoke. No allergies to wool. Must be 18 or older to work and MUST have valid ID and documentation to fill out an I-9. Please notify us if you have a visa of any kind. PLEASE SHARE WITH YOUR FRIENDS!
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