Fox’s ‘Empire’ Season 2 Season Finale Open Casting Call

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Fox’s Empire season 2 Chicago casting call for a major awards scene.

Fox’s Empire is now casting actors, models, and talent to work on the season 2 finale episode, which is filming in Chicago, Illinois.

4 Star Casting, the official extras casting director behind Empire, is now casting background extras to work on an upcoming ASA Awards scene filming in Chicago.

Filming will take place on Tuesday, February 9th through February, 19th in Chicago. Talents that are selected will be compensated $80/8.

Producers are looking for background actors who can play music stars such as the following:

  • ROLES: The ASA Awards are prominent in this episode, and as we head toward the finale, this one is super spectacular, and we are looking for extras who can portray music stars such as the following:
    • Rock Stars – Elton John, U2, Rolling Stones, Bret Michaels, Steven Tyler, Stevie Nicks, Adam Levine, Pink, Adele, Bruno Mars and Mark Ronson
    • Country All Stars – Carrie Underwood, Tim McGraw, Willie Nelson, Reba McIntyre, Faith Hill, Blake Shelton, Keith Urban
    • R & B Divas – Aretha, Mariah Carey, Whitney Houston, Queen Latifah
    • Tony Bennett & Lady Gaga couple

If you think you can pull off one of these looks, some extras will be asked to come in for a wardrobe fitting in the next week or so, and you must be available on the two shoots dates – Wed., 2/17 and Thu., 2/18, and have transportation to Joliet.


 

About Fox’s Empire:

‘Empire’ centers around a hip hop music and entertainment company, Empire Entertainment, and the drama among the members of the founders’ family as they fight for control of the company. The hour-long family drama was created by Lee Daniels and Danny Strong, and stars Terrence Howardand Taraji P. Henson.


 To audition for a role, check out the casting call details below:

Fox ‘Empire’ Season 2 Casting Call

VERY, VERY IMPORTANT – PLEASE READ THE ENTIRE POST BEFORE YOU SUBMIT!!!

CASTING CALL: EMPIRE!
SHOOT DATES: TUE., 2/9 THROUGH FRI., 2/19
LOCATIONS: CHICAGO AND JOLIET
RATE: $80/8

ROLES: The ASA Awards are prominent in this episode, and as we head toward the finale, this one is super spectacular, and we are looking for extras who can portray music stars such as the following:

Rock Stars – Elton John, U2, Rolling Stones, Bret Michaels, Steven Tyler, Stevie Nicks, Adam Levine, Pink, Adele, Bruno Mars and Mark Ronson

Country All Stars – Carrie Underwood, Tim McGraw, Willie Nelson, Reba McIntyre, Faith Hill, Blake Shelton, Keith Urban

R & B Divas – Aretha, Mariah Carey, Whitney Houston, Queen Latifah

Tony Bennett & Lady Gaga couple

If you think you can pull off one of these looks, some will be asked to come in for a wardrobe fitting in the next week or so, and you must be available on the two shoots dates – Wed., 2/17 and Thu., 2/18, and have transportation to Joliet (no exceptions).

If you are submitting for one of these specific music roles, follow the submission instructions below, however, we want to see one photo of you as the celebrity and one regular candid photo, and please label your subject line: Empire Survey Photo 217 – Celebrity Name. For example: Empire Survey Photo 217 – Lady Gaga.

MORE ROLES: Security Types, Police Officers, Press, Publicists and Fans on Wed., 2/17 and Thu., 2/18.

If you aren’t available on those particular dates, and/or don’t have transportation to Joliet, or just wanted to be considered for a different date, fill out the survey and send us your survey photo as usual.

To be considered, you MUST also send in a submission email to [email protected] with the following:

1) Subject Line: Empire Survey Photo 217

2) Name, age, height, weight, phone number, email address and zip code.

3) A recent photo of yourself in a jpeg format. No selfies. No sunglasses or hats. We need to see your face.

If we already contacted you about a booking, you do not need to fill out the survey for this episode.

Are you registered with us? If not, go to our website and follow the instructions to register with our company.

YOU MUST DO THIS BEFORE COMPLETING THE SURVEY. If we do not have your registration, you CAN NOT be considered.

This serves as an availability check – not a booking. If we are able to book you, it will be on the project we chose based on your responses.

There are 3 steps involved in working on the show:
1. AVAILABILITY CHECK (OR COMPLETING SURVEY)
2. BOOKING EMAIL
3. CALL INFO

Here’s an explanation of what those steps are!

1. AVAILABILITY CHECK:
A few days before each episode shoots, you will receive an availability check for the dates we need you. You will need to respond with your availability for those dates ASAP. Or complete a survey with your availability.

An availability check does NOT mean you are booked!

Once we receive everyone’s availability, we will book people based on the needs of the production for those days.

2. BOOKING EMAIL
If you are booked, you will receive a BOOKING EMAIL. It will give you the details of the days you are booked to work. You must respond to your booking or you will be replaced.

If you respond to the AVAILABILITY CHECK or FILL OUT SURVEY, and don’t receive a booking email, it means that you are not needed for that particular episode. We will do our best to get a booking email to you no later than 48 hours of the shoot date.

If production has last minute changes, this can sometimes lead to a cancellation. We will do our best to book you at a later date if this happens.

3. CALL INFO
The day before your booking you will receive your CALL INFO. You can expect this email to arrive some time between 8:00PM and 11:00PM. This is because we do not get the official call times until they are finished filming on that current day. When you receive your CALL INFO email you are REQUIRED to respond. This is how we know you have received the information and that you will be there.

Thanks,

Erin, Jess and Amanda

https://docs.google.com/…/1aeJILBqlLrCyZN_g-AEVrTQ…/viewform

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

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