‘Chicago Fire’ Prepares Final Weeks of Filming with Casting Call

Project Casting

Casting Directors for Chicago Fire are currently wrapping up production on their first season and are looking for actors to work on various roles for the final weeks of filming. 

 

Chicago Fire was created by Michael Brandt and Derek Haas and produced by Law & Order creator Dick Wolf, the show follows the lives of the firefighters and paramedics working at the Chicago Fire Department at the firehouse of Engine 51, Truck 81, Squad 3, Ambulance 61 and Battalion 25. 

Chicago Fire Casting Call Information

 

  • Casting Alert! I need to cast males with cars tomorrow, no red, no white, no black, no yellow. If you can work please send in a photograph with your height, weight, age and phone number to [email protected] and put “Car 16th” in the subject line. If you have already worked in the last few weeks please do not submit. Thanks.
  • Casting Alert! And now, for our last episode of the season we need to cast some awesome looking prisoners! Searching for males, all ethnicities, who can work multiple days, starting from April 22nd until May 4th. We are casting a group of guys who can work inside a jail as inmates. If you can pull off a tough look please send in your photograph ASAP and include your height, weight, age, and your jacket size, neck size, waist and inseam size, and shoe size. Send to [email protected] and put “Inmate” in the subject line.
  • Casting Alert! We are searching for males and females to work this Friday, April 19th. If you can work please send in your photograph with your height, weight, age and phone number – we also needs cars so if you can work with your car please let us know the color/year/make of the car. Send to [email protected] and put “April 19th” or “April 19th with car” in the subject line.
  • Casting Alert! Still searching for men to play dressed police officers in our cool roll call scene for this Wednesday and Thursday. If you can work for two days straight please send in your photograph with your height, weight, age, jacket size, neck size, sleeve size, waist size, and inseam. Send in ASAP and put “dressed police” in the subject line. Send e-mails to [email protected]