Casting CallsThe Sundance Channel "Rectify" Casting Call for Business Types in Atlanta

The Sundance Channel “Rectify” Casting Call for Business Types in Atlanta

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Casting directors for the Sundance Channel’s “Rectify” is looking for extras in a scene in Griffin, Georgia.

The series is created and written by Ray McKinnon from ‘Sons of Anarchy’ and is executive produced by the Emmy Award® winning producers behind Breaking Bad and the upcoming Halt and Catch Fire.

‘Rectify’ centers on the story of a man released from prison after spending twenty years on death row.

Casting directors are looking for extras to portray business types and an experienced bartender for Monday, April 7th in Atlanta, Georgia.

For more details, see the casting call details below:

For tomorrow Monday 4/7 — looking for a few additional men and women – good looking business types – late 20’s to 50’s — nice business attire — Also an experienced bartender — For all please send a clear recent photo and all contact info to: [email protected] – ASAP

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Source: Extras Casting Atlanta

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