Casting CallsNBC 'Chicago Fire' Casting Call for an Accident and Basketball Scene in...

NBC ‘Chicago Fire’ Casting Call for an Accident and Basketball Scene in Chicago


NBC ‘' Call for a TON of in Chicago, Illinois.

Chicago Fire is created by Michael Brandt and Derek Haas and produced by Law & Order creator , 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.

Chicago Fire is currently casting extras for an accident , hospital scene, and a basketball scene. are looking for extras to fill various roles in the upcoming episode filming next week.

For more details check out the casting call below:

NBC ‘Chicago Fire' Casting Call

Accident Scene Casting Call

Casting Alert! We are our accident scene and need males and females, ages 20's to 60's, all ethnicities, to work as neighbors, police, EMTs, firefighters, and a neighbor who has a bicycle. If you can be cleared to work both Tuesday, August 19 and , August 20 send in your photograph to [email protected] and put “8.19, 8.20” in the subject line. Include your height, weight, age, and phone number. Let us know if you have a bicycle. Thanks!

Types Casting Call

Casting Alert! Searching for medical types to work our hospital scene on Chicago Fire for Wednesday, August 13th or Thursday August 14th. We also need males and females (20's to 60's) to play visitors and patients. If you can work these day, one or the other, send a photograph to [email protected] and put “Hospital 8.13″ or Hospital 8.14” in the subject line. Let us know if you are a real nurse, doctor or medical type. Include your height, weight, age, and phone number.

Basketball Players Casting Call

Casting Alert! Searching for male basketball players to work Monday, August 11th, (ages 12 to 18) anyone under 16 must have a Joan Philo Casting work permit. Send photograph of yourself playing basketball or in a basketball uniform to [email protected] and put “Basketball 8.11” in the subject line. Include your work permit for a child under 16. Also include your height, weight, age, and phone number. Thanks.

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

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