NBC’s ‘Chicago PD’ Now Casting for Supporting Roles

Kathryn Whitworth| February 24, 2015

 

One of the hottest police dramas from NBC, Chicago PD is now looking for talents for its current second season. Interested applicants should be Asian and must be in their early 20s to mid 60s. They should either have an athletic or frail built to portray various supporting roles in the television production.

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Talents of all ethnicities are also being sought to play supporting roles for episode 219 of police drama series. Those who wish to be cast must be within the age range of early 20s to late 50s.

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The series will be filmed within the Chicago area.

NBC’s Chicago PD is a police procedural drama that revolves around the personal and professional lives of the uniformed cops and the Intelligence team located at the District 21 of the Chicago Police Department. Together they face the city’s major crime offenses, which include high profile murders and human trafficking.  Created by Law and Order creator Dick Wolff, Chicago PD is a spin-off from Chicago Fire.

For those who are interested to apply for the roles, you must submit your most recent photo with the following details: name, email, phone, age, height, weight and body measurements, including your shoe size.

If the role you are applying for requires for you to own a car, kindly include details of the car such as the year, make, model and color.

 

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