TNT's 'Good Behavior' Wilmington Casting Call for a Courthouse

TNTGood Behavior‘ casting call for a courthouse scene in Wilmington, North Carolina.

TNT's Good Behavior is now casting stand-ins and extras to play a courthouse employee for a scene filming on Tuesday, June 14th in Wilmington, North Carolina. Producers are looking for men and women with business attire to work on the scene.

About TNT’s ‘Good Behavior’:

Good Behavior is written by Crouch and Chad Hodge and tells the story of Letty Dobesh (Dockery), a thief and a con artist whose life is always one wrong turn, one bad decision from implosion.
To audition for a role on Good Behavior, check out the casting call details below:

TNT Good Behavior Casting Call

TNT Good Behavior filmed in Wilmington, NC *WORKS TOMORROW - Tuesday, JUNE 14* UPDATED ROLES STAND IN - African American Male 5' 10" Pay Rate 125/10
STAND IN - Caucasian Female, blonde hair 5' 6" Pay Rate 125/10 The following roles pay rate $64/8 + if your car is parked in the scene a $15 bump, if driven by you in the scene $25 bump. -COURTHOUSE EMPLOYEE - Must have business attire. Male & Female ages 18 & up. Town is the "hometown" if you're not sure if which town you've been established in you can email me. No Parolee, Caseworkers or Upscale Resort Goers, sorry guys. I promise you guys will be the first ones I email when I can use you again. -EXTRA WITH CAR - Male & Female - ages 18 & up. MUST HAVE VALID DRIVERS LICENSE. NEW FACES ONLY!!! No blue cars. To be considered YOU MUST include a minimum of 2 CURRENT photographs of yourself plus a photograph of your car. Headshot & full body shot. Please email ALL of the following information to [email protected] with the subject line role you are applying for NAME: HEIGHT: WEIGHT: OTHER SCENES YOU'VE WORKED ON GOOD BEHAVIOR: CLOTHING SIZES & SHOE SIZE: COLOR, YEAR, MAKE & MODEL OF CAR: VISIBLE TATTOOS OR PIERCINGS: PHONE NUMBER: LOCATION YOU LIVE: Please remember this is being filmed in Wilmington, NC. Travel is not paid.

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

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