NBC's 'Crisis' Casting Call for Extras with Cars in Chicago for a Scene this Monday

NBC's new series 'Crisis' is currently seeking extras for an upcoming scene in the series filming in Chicago, Illinois.

Casting directors recently posted a casting call looking for a wide variety of extras with vans, trucks, cars, and SUVs to work on the NBC series 'Crisis'. Talents that are selected will have their car featured in the scene.“CRISIS” centers on an idealistic Secret Service agent who finds himself at the center of an international crisis on his first day on the job. In his search for the truth, he will have to cross moral and legal lines as he navigates the highest levels of power and corruption (NBC). “CRISIS” features  and Lance Gross from Tyler Perry’s House of Payne.
For more details see the following casting call details below:
PROJECT: Crisis DATE: Monday, 2/3/14 LOCATION: Near McCormick Place - Exterior RATE: $75/8 + $35 Car Bump (it is possible you may be selected for a role that doesn't involve a car, in which case the rate would be minus the car bump). We are looking for people with VANS/MINI-VANS/PICK-UP TRUCKS/UTILITY VEHICLES/SUV AND CARS - some of you will be pulled for other scenes and be used with your car, others may be pulled for a few other roles that do not require a car, but because the decision may be made on set, we need everyone to have vehicle. Please send an email to [email protected]. 1) Put 2ND UNIT in the subject line. 2) Include your name, number, age, height and weight in the body of the email. 3) Attach a recent jpeg photo of yourself and your vehicle (if you have it), and include the YEAR, MAKE, MODEL AND COLOR of the vehicle. Be specific about the color. Give us a general idea about the working condition of your vehicle and its exterior - fair/good/excellent - for example. 4) Note if you have business attire. 5) Please let us know IF you applied for Senate Scenes on Crisis or Illinois Lottery Commercial on Monday, 2/3 as well. We will contact you if you are selected. Thanks!
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