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NBC 'Chicago Fire' CY Photo Double Casting Call

NBC Casting Call

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Casting call: Photo double needed for NBC's "Chicago Fire" in Chicago, IL.

Are you a match for "CY"? NBC's hit television series "Chicago Fire" seeks a Male Caucasian Photo Double for a unique opportunity on set. This casting call is for those who can step into the shoes of the character "CY" for a day, assisting with lighting and camera setups.

What's the Gig?

The role involves standing in as a photo double for the character "CY" during specific lighting and camera-blocking scenes. It's a crucial behind-the-scenes role that contributes significantly to the smooth operation of the shoot.

Date of Work

Mark your calendars for Monday, November 27th. This is a one-day commitment, with the potential for a long but fulfilling workday on the set of one of television's most engaging series.

Responsibilities

  • On-Set Presence: The photo double will be integral during lighting and camera setups, perfectly orchestrating the scenes.
  • Collaboration: Working closely with the film crew is key. The photo double must maintain accurate positioning and movement to match the character's requirements.
  • Availability: Commitment for the entire duration of the shoot on the specified day is a must.

Requirements

  • Gender: Male
  • Ethnicity: Caucasian
  • Age: Between 20s to 40s
  • Physical Specifications: Height between 5'9" to 5'11" and weight between 160 to 175 lbs.
  • Location: Must be local to Chicago, Illinois, or the surrounding border states.
  • Experience: Previous experience as a stand-in or extra is beneficial but not essential.

Compensation

  • Rate: $172 for an 8-hour workday.
  • Overtime: Payment of time and a half for hours worked beyond the standard 8.
  • Workday Length: Typically, the workday could extend to 12 hours or occasionally longer.
  • Perks: A complimentary lunch will be provided on set.

This is an excellent opportunity for those looking to gain experience in the television industry or be a part of the magic that goes into creating a show like "Chicago Fire." If you fit the bill and are available on the specified date, this could be your chance to see a primary television production behind the scenes and play a pivotal role, even for a day.

Interested candidates should apply with their details, ensuring they meet the specified requirements. This is more than just a job; it's a chance to be part of television history, even if the cameras aren't rolling on you.

 

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NBC 'Chicago Fire' CY Photo Double Casting Call

Date of Work: Monday, November 27th

Job Overview: We are seeking a Male Caucasian Photo Double for a still shot on the popular television series "Chicago Fire." The role involves standing for the character "CY" during lighting and camera blocking. This is a temporary position requiring presence on set for one day.

Responsibilities:

  • Stand in for the actor during lighting and camera setups.
  • Work closely with the film crew to ensure accurate positioning and movement per the character's requirements.
  • Be available for the entire duration of the shoot on the specified day.

Requirements:

  • Gender: Male
  • Ethnicity: Caucasian
  • Age: Between 20s to 40s
  • Height: Between 5'9" to 5'11"
  • Weight: Between 160 to 175 lbs
  • Hair Color: Any
  • Must be local to Chicago, Illinois, or surrounding border states.
  • Previous stand-in or extra work experience is advantageous but not mandatory.

Compensation:

  • $172 for an 8-hour workday.
  • Overtime (time and a half) for hours worked beyond 8 hours.
  • The typical workday is 12 hours, occasionally longer.
  • A complimentary lunch will be provided on set.

Interested? Apply Now!

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