Netflix's 'The Get Down' NYC Casting Call for Barbers

Love to cut hair? Netflix is now casting New York City barbers for the new series The Get Down.

Casting directors are looking for New York City barbers to work on the upcoming Baz Luhrmann Netflix Series "The Get Down" filming on Friday, January 15th in New York City. Producers are looking for guys ages 45 to 65 with no braids, dreads, or extensions to work on the upcoming scene.

About Netflix’s The Get Down:

The Get Down centers around the emerging music scene in the 1970’s. The 70’s featured the birth of punk rock and hip hop. The show will be set in New York City which is also the home of an excssive crime rate and corruption. According toVariety,“The Get Down” will focus on a group of teens living in the South Bronx as music develops and explodes in the borough around them.
To audition for a role on the upcoming episode of Netflix’s The Get Down, check out the casting call details below:

Netflix ‘The Get Down’ Casting Call

  Seeking NONUNION Caucasian & African American Men 45-65 to portray 1970s Barbers for the Baz Luhrmann Netflix Series "The Get Down". Fitting THURSDAY 1/14, Works FRIDAY 1/15. SIZES: Around 40-42 chest, 32-34 waist.
***MUST have longer, natural hair. No braids, no dreads, no extensions, no wigs, no shaved heads*** If interested and available, please email to [email protected] and change subject line to read, "Name, NONUNION, Phone #, Barber Type, Avail all dates". Please include in the body of your email two photos: 1) shoulders up that clearly depict your current look, and 2)a full body photo that clearly depict your physique. Please also include the following: -Your current hair length -Your sizes: Men- height, weight, neck x sleeve, waist x inseam, jacket, shoe. Women- height, weight, bust x waist x hip, dress, shoe. -Avail for all dates (must have full day/night availability for all filming dates)

Please do not apply, if you are not local or if you do not fit the description.

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