Casting directors need men and women for a new scene on November 10th in Chicago. Chicago Justice is currently filming its debut season set to premiere in early 2017. They are looking for Hispanic men and women ages 18 to 30 to play “tough” characters in an upcoming episode. There will be a courtroom scene and several other exciting scenes for you to participate in.
Chicago Justice is a brand new show on NBC created by Dick Wolf. The series is a spin-off of Chicago PD, Chicago Fire, and Chicago Med. All four shows take place in the same universe and feature the same type of format. The show is about The State’s Attorney’s dedicated team of prosecutors and investigators bringing justice to controversial political systems in Chicago.
Court Room Attendees
People ages 17+ who can play high school kids.
This will involve a wardrobe fitting on November 21st. If you can work on the 14th and can attend a fitting on Friday send a recent color photograph with your height, weight, age, phone number, city and state.
This is a great opportunity to be in a new show on a major network. NBC is known for re-casting people that have worked on their shows and fitting them into bigger roles. You might take this role and be noticed by a director looking for a main character in a different show. You never know! Apply as soon as possible for your shot at a prime job with NBC.
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