NBC’s ‘CRISIS’ Casting Call for an African American Actor with Streetball Experience in Chicago

Project Casting

NBC’s new television series ‘CRISIS’ is currently seeking a street basketball emcee host for an upcoming episode.

4 Star Casting is currently looking for a 25 to 40 year African American actor with streetball experience for a scene in the NBC series ‘Crisis’. If you do not know, “CRISIS” centers on an idealistic Secret Service agent who finds himself at the center of an international crisis on his first day on the job. In his search for the truth, he will have to cross moral and legal lines as he navigates the highest levels of power and corruption (NBC). “CRISIS” features  and Lance Gross from Tyler Perry’s House of Payne.
See the following casting call details below for more information:
CASTING CALL: FAST FOOD CHAIN
DATE: SUNDAY, JANUARY 26TH
RATE: TBDROLE:
1) STREET BASKETBALL EMCEE HOST: 25 – 40 years old, African American, hip/urban. Streetball experience/emcee experience is a plus!If you are interested and available please send an email to [email protected] Put “STREETBALL EMCEE” as the subject of the email. Put your name, phone number, height, weight, and age in the body of the email. Attach a recent jpeg photo of yourself. Please list if you have any street basketball experience or emcee experience.

We will need to submit photos to the production team, so make sure that you attach a CLEAR photo of yourself. If the production team likes you and your look, you may be called in for an audition. This will be a fun shoot, so make sure you include everything that is listed above.

We will email you if you are selected.

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