NBC’s Chicago Justice is now casting talent to play social workers in Chicago, Illinois.
NBC’s Chicago Justice is looking for women in their 30’s to 70’s to play a social worker on an upcoming episode filming on Tuesday, January 17th and Wednesday, January 18th. Producers are looking for people that have acting experience to work on the show.
About Chicago Justice:
Chicago Justice is an upcoming American legal drama television series created by Dick Wolf as a spin-off from Chicago P.D. It is set to be the fourth element of the Chicago media franchise.
To audition for a role on Chicago Justice, check out the casting call details below:
Chicago Justice Casting Call
Casting Alert! Searching for women, 30’s to 70’s, all ethnicities to play a social worker on “Chicago Justice” on Tuesday, Jan 17th and Wednesday, Jan 18th. You need to have acting experience. If you can work both of these days and haven’t worked on “Chicago Justice” in two months send a recent color photograph with your height, weight, age, phone number, city and state to [email protected] and put “Social Worker 1.17, 1.18” in the subject line. List your acting experience. You might have to meet the director.
Send in a photograph in a business suit, no comp cards, no head shots, no shots with hats or sunglasses. Send in ASAP!
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If you are not local and/or do not fit the description, do not apply