Fox TV pilot Making History is now casting British soldiers to work a scene filming in Atlanta.
Fox TV pilot Making History is looking for background extras to play a British soldier and townspeople. Filming will take place on Friday, April 1st in Atlanta, Georgia.
About Making History:
Fox’s Making History time-travel single-camera comedy pilot executive produced by Phil Lord, Chris Miller (Lego Movie) and Julius “Goldy” Sharpe. Making History centers around three unlikely friends who find a way to travel through time, which ends up complicating their lives in 2016. According to Deadline, “It centers on Dan (Pally), a nerdy computer science professor at a small college and the “failure” of an accomplished family who is unpopular with both students and colleagues on campus, where his extreme intelligence comes off as odd. Dan invented time travel, hoping to get a fresh start and meet less shallow people. We see two Dans – the “nerd rage” guy having a hard time in the present, and the cooler more carefree guy in the past.”
To audition for a role on Making History, check out the casting call details below:
Making History Casting Call
For Friday — morning into evening looking for a caucasian male — slim to average or athletic build — generally clean shaven with some hair – no long but not shaved — to portray a 1700’s British Soldier — must be available all day tomorrow and for a fitting this afternoon — email a recent photo and all contact info to: MAKINGhistoryExtras@gmail.com — SOLDIER in Subject
Then also looking for an additional caucasian male with a beard — not anyone over a 36 or 38 waist and could be much slimmer also available all day tomorrow and for a fitting this afternoon – TOWNSPERSON in Subject
Please do not apply, if you are not local or if you do not fit the description.
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