NBC's 'Chicago Fire' Casting Call for Firefighters Doing Fire Drills and More! (Video)

Casting Directors are now casting for Chicago Fire and they are seeking extras and onlookers for an upcoming scene.

Chicago Fire is an American television drama that airs on NBC on Wednesdays at 10:00 pm Eastern/9:00 pm Central after Law & Order: Special Victims Unit during the 2012–13 television season. Created by Michael Brandt and Derek Haas and produced by Law & Order creator Dick Wolf, 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. The series premiered on October 10, 2012. The pilot episode had an early release at, before the series’ premiere on television. Casting directors are seeking firefighters that can complete the following:
Still interested? See the casting call information below:

NBC’s Chicago Fire Casting Information

Chicago Fire Extras posted the following Casting Call on their Facebook page:

Casting Alert! We are shooting an academy scene on Thursday, Nov. 21st and Friday, Nov. 22nd. This is going to be another super cool scene and we need firefighters.

We are searching for fire fighters in their 20's and 30's for this shoot, all ethnicities, from both Chicago and the suburbs.

If you can work both of these days please send us an e-mail with your height, weight, age, and phone number to [email protected] and put "FF 11.21/22" in the subject line.

If you can just work one of these days put either "FF 11.21" or "11.22" in the subject line. Let us know if you are Chicago or Suburban.

You guys will be running cadence, doing drills and such. Please include your jacket, neck, waist, inseam, and shoe size.

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