NBC’s New TV Series ‘GONE’ Casting Call for REAL Firemen in Pittsburgh

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NBC’s GONE is now casting REAL firemen in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

Casting directors are looking for real firemen and real EMTs to work on the new NBC TV series Gone. Producers are looking for real firemen to work on the show on May 8 and 11th Casting directors are hoping to find six men from the same fire department. Filming will shoot in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

About NBC’s GONE:

Created by Matt Lopez (“Race to Witch Mountain”), “Gone” follows Kit “Kick” Lannigan (Leven Rambin, “True Detective,” “All My Children”), survivor of a child abduction case who teams up years later with FBI agent Frank Booth (Chris Noth, “The Good Wife”), her rescuer, to become part of a special task force that investigates abduction and missing persons cases.

To audition for a role in the upcoming TV show, check out the casting call breakdown below.

NBC’s Gone Casting Call


Hey everyone! We are looking for REAL FIREMEN, for the TV series “Gone” tentatively set for May 8th. We are hoping to find 6 men who are willing and able to work from the same dept. but singular submissions are welcome as well.

Please send contact information, name, age, photos to [email protected] with FIREMEN in the subject line.

We are also looking for REAL EMT’S/PARAMEDICS, for the TV series “Gone” tentatively set for May 8th and May 11th. If you are interested and available:

Please send contact information, name, age, photos to [email protected] with EMT/PARAMEDIC in the subject line.

Please only submit if you are experienced with the above careers.

Thanks everyone!

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If you are not local and/or do not fit the description, do not apply