Extras Needed for NBC’s ‘Chicago Fire’

NBC’s ‘Chicago Fire’ Casting Call for Extras

Kathryn Whitworth| March 11, 2015

NBC’s Chicago Fire wants to cast extras to work on an accident scene, which will be filmed in Chicago, Illinois.

The third season of NBC’s hit drama series centers on the lives of the courageous paramedics and firefighters working at the Chicago Fire Department at the firehouse of Engine 51, Squad 3, Battalion 25, Truck 81, and Ambulance 61.

They make daily life and death decisions, but at the end of the day, they still treat each other as family. Whatever happens, they believe that “this family burns deep”.

Chicago Fire stars Jesse Spencer as Lieutenant Matthew Casey, Taylor Kinney as Lieutenant Kelly Severide, Monica Raymund as Paramedic-in-Charge Gabriella Dawson, Kara Killmer as Paramedic Sylvie Brett, and Charlie Barnett as firefighter Peter Mills.

The casting directors of the series want to cast a female Caucasian or Latina, aged 18 to 45, to play an injured woman in an accident scene. This will be a one-day shoot. Only those who haven’t worked with the production in two months will be considered.

If interested, please send your height, weight, age, name, phone number, and city and state, and attach a recent photo of yourself. Also, list any acting experience you have. Please put “injured arm” on the subject line.

They are also searching for real couples of any ethnicity, aged 20 to 29, to be in a station wagon for the same scene.

In applying, please send your height, weight, age, name, phone number, city and state, and your acting experience. Kindly attach a photo of yourself with your partner.

Applications for all roles will only be accepted until March 25, 2015.

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