Fox is now casting non-speaking acting roles for the upcoming TV pilot APB, which is filming in Chicago.
Fox’s new TV pilot APB is now casting a ton of new talent in Chicago, Illinois. Casting directors are looking for guys in their 20s to 40s to play videographers, photographers and boom operators for a scene filming this Tuesday, April 5th in Chicago. Talents that are selected will be compensated $80/8.
APB centers around the New York Times Magazine article “Who Runs the Streets of New Orleans?” and written by Person of Interest‘s David Slack, the drama pilot centers around a tech billionaire who buys a troubled police precinct in the wake of a loved one’s murder, asking the question: Can this eccentric and enigmatic figure’s cutting-edge approach fix the broken ways of these blue-blooded veterans?
To audition for a role on APB, check out the casting call details below!
Fox TV Pilot APB Casting Call
You must send the email submission and complete the survey – it is a two step process.
CASTING CALL: Fox Pilot APB
SHOOT DATE: TUESDAY, 4/5
NON-SPEAKING EXTRA ROLES: See below
REGULAR RATE: $80/8
We are specifically looking for the following on APB:
Videographer/Photographers/Boom Operators: Male, Any Ethnicity, 26 – 40 yoa, 5’10’ or taller preferred for the Boom Operators- Casual – jeans (no holes & darker wash), cargo pants, chinos, casual button-down shirts, long sleeve layering tees, henleys, thermals, sweaters, jackets, boots, sneakers, hats
If interested and available on working on APB, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
1) Put APB SURVEY PHOTO/ROLE YOU ARE APPLYING FOR in the subject line
2) Include your name, age, height, weight, phone number, zip code and email address
3) Send a RECENT candid photo in jpeg format – close up and full length – Make sure the photo is taken in decent lighting (no selfies), no sunglasses, no hats!. Show us your style but make sure we can see your face! The better the photo, the better your chance of being submitted.
*NOTE: NAME YOUR JPEG PHOTO WITH YOUR FULL NAME!!!
Right click on the photo and it will give you an option to re-name the file, Re-name it with your full name.
We are asking for a lot of information, please double-check your submission carefully before hitting send.
We will let you know if you are in consideration!
This serves as an availability check – not a booking. If we are able to book you, you will receive a booking email.
There are 3 steps involved in working on the show:
1. AVAILABILITY CHECK (OR COMPLETING SURVEY)
2. BOOKING EMAIL
3. CALL INFO
Here’s an explanation of what those steps are!
1. AVAILABILITY CHECK:
A few days before each episode shoots, you will receive an availability check for the dates we need you. You will need to respond with your availability for those dates ASAP. Or complete a survey with your availability.
An availability check does NOT mean you are booked!
Once we receive everyone’s availability, we will book people based on the needs of the production for those days.
2. BOOKING EMAIL
If you are booked, you will receive a BOOKING EMAIL. It will give you the details of the days you are booked to work. You must respond to your booking or you will be replaced.
If you respond to the AVAILABILITY CHECK or FILL OUT SURVEY, and don’t receive a booking email, it means that you are not needed for that particular episode. We will do our best to get a booking email to you no later than 48 hours of the shoot date.
If production has last minute changes, this can sometimes lead to a cancellation. We will do our best to book you at a later date if this happens.
3. CALL INFO
The day before your booking you will receive your CALL INFO. You can expect this email to arrive some time between 8:00PM and 11:00PM. This is because we do not get the official call times until they are finished filming on that current day. When you receive your CALL INFO email you are REQUIRED to respond. This is how we know you have received the information and that you will be there.
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If you are not local and/or do not fit the description, do not apply
Do you think you are perfect for this role? Leave us a comment below and tell casting directors why you should be selected!