Finding Steve McQueen is currently looking for men and women who appear to be in their 20’s to 60’s to play citizens from the 1970s and 1980s for a scene filming this Tuesday, October 11th in Atlanta, Georgia.

About Finding Steve McQueen:

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“Finding Steve McQueen” is based on the true story of the biggest bank heist in U.S. history and features an ensemble cast that includes Kate Bosworth, Forrest Whittaker, Travis Fimmel, William Fichther and many more!

The film focuses on a gang of close-knit thieves from Youngstown, Ohio, who are tapped by the Teamsters to steal $30 million in illegal campaign contributions and blackmail money from President Nixon. The thieves went to the wrong bank, hitting a United California Bank instead of Nixon’s home Bank of America branch in San Clemente and made off with an estimated $12 million. Seven of the eight conspirators were quickly caught but the getaway driver was able to flee and wasn’t arrested until 1980.

To audition for a role on Finding Steve McQueen, check out the casting call details below.

Finding Steve McQueen Casting Call

**Tuesday 10/11**Finding Steve McQueen**Dallas, GA**
Rate: $75/8

Deerwood Citizens: Looking for men and women, all ethnicities, who appear to be 20s-60s to portray citizens in 1970/1980. Women: hair must be natural color, no larger than dress size 10 to fit pre-ordered wardrobe. Men: hair of varying lengths is ok, nothing too short and nothing past shoulder length. No larger than 36 waist & 17 neck. You must be clean shaven, or willing to be clean shaven. This films on Tuesday 10/11 near Dallas, GA.

To submit, send an email to MCQUEEN@CENTRALCASTING.COM and include: your name, phone number & current photo(s). Please put “DEERWOOD” 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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