NBC’s Chicago Fire is looking for real police officers in Chicago, Illinois.
NBC’s Chicago Fire is now casting real Chicago police officers and detectives to work on a scene filming on Wednesday, February 17th and Thursday, February 18th in Chicago, Illinois.
According to the casting call, “The rate of pay for real police officers is $180 for an 8 hour day and time and a half after 8 hours. There is also a $25 speciality bump.”
About NBC’s ‘Chicago Fire’:
Chicago Fire is created by Michael Brandt and Derek Haas and produced by Law & Order creator Dick Wolf, the show follows the lives of the firefighters and paramedics working at the Chicago Fire Department at the firehouse of Engine 51, Truck 81, Squad 3, Ambulance 61 and Battalion 25.
To audition for a role on NBC’s ‘Chicago Fire’, check out the casting call details below:
NBC ‘Chicago Fire’ Season 4 Casting Call
Casting Alert! Searching for real Chicago and Suburban police officers, men and women, and detectives to work a two day commitment on Wed. Feb. 17th and Thurs. Feb. 18th on “Chicago Fire”. The rate of pay for real police officers is $180 for an 8 hour day and time and a half after 8 hours. There is also a $25 speciality bump. If you can work send your photograph in uniform or what you wear to work to [email protected] and put “Real police 2.17/2.18” in the subject line.
Please do not apply, if you are not local or if you do not fit the description.
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