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An undisclosed is now casting background extras on Downtown Chicago, Illinois

Casting directors are now casting , models, and influencers to work on scenes filmed in Downtown Chicago, Illinois on June 8 or 9, 2022. 

  • 30-60 years old
  • Any gender
  • All ethnicities
  • You will need to wear business attire and carry a couple more options
  • to portray background in an office/press conference setting

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Production Title: Undisclosed Film 

Job Description: Casting directors are now casting extras to work on scenes filming in Downtown Chicago on June 8th or 9th. 

Role: Background Extras

  • 30-60 years old
  • Any gender
  • All ethnicities
  • You will need to wear business attire and carry a couple more options
  • to portray background in an office/press conference setting

Covid Test: June 8 or 9, 2022

(For covid protocols they will be masked on set and will be delivering at home Rapid molecular tests to all crew/talent/client. These are very easy to administer and take 30 minutes for results.)

Rate: Pay is $300/Day

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