HBO Boardwalk Empire Casting Call final season casting call for African Americans in New York City.
The show was developed by Emmy Award-winning screenwriter and producer Terence Winter. The creator Terry Winter commented several months ago that the decision to wrap the show came after a long discussion with HBO and his creative team. He also stated that he is looking forward to bringing the series to an exciting ending and conclusion.
Boardwalk Empire is based on a book about historical criminal kingpin Enoch L. Johnson by Nelson Johnson, titled Boardwalk Empire: The Birth, High Times, and Corruption of Atlantic City.
Casting directors are seeking African American actors to work as extras for a church scene filming in New York City on August 15th.
Casting directors are looking for men that are okay with 1930s haircuts and women with shoulder length hair or shorter.
For more details check out the casting call below:
HBO Boardwalk Empire Casting CallFILMING LAST EPISODE OF BOARDWALK EMPIRE. Seeking NonUnion to play African American church-goers for background work on 8/15. Fitting date: TBD. Can not have been fit in 2014. Men must be ok with 1930s haircut (no shaved heads). Women must have shoulder length hair or shorter. No extensions, dreds, or braids. No allergies to wool. OK working around smoke. Exterior late Spring season scene. Email name, phone number, union status, current pic, height, weight & clothing sizes to [email protected].
Do not apply, if you are not local or if you do not fit the description.