Title: NBC’s Chicago Med Looking for Babies
Date: 18 July 2016 | 1:57 pm
NBC Casting Call for Newborns in Chicago
The NBC show “Chicago Med” is now casting newborn babies for their season opener! Casting directors need your twins, triplets or single babies for the first episode of their second season. They are looking for babies who are local to the Chicago area and who are available for a two day shoot. Babies will be filming on Monday, July 25th and Friday, July 29th.
About “Chicago Med”
The show is an emotional thrill ride through the day-to-day chaos of the city’s newest state-of-the-art trauma center and into the lives of the courageous doctors, nurses and staff who hold it all together. Together, they will confront Chicago’s most critical medical cases and challenging ethical dilemmas with courage, compassion and state-of-the-art treatment. Inspired by ripped-from-the-headlines cases, “Chicago Med” will weave cutting-edge medicine with the personal drama that comes with working in such a high-intensity environment. [NBC]
What They Are Looking For
Casting directors are now seeking babies who are newborns for NBC’s “Chicago Med”. They are looking for babies who are 9lbs or less. Parents and newborns must be available for July 25th and July 29th. If you baby or babies are cast, you will need to get a work permit for them, but the casting directors will let you know how to do this.
Seeking single baby, twins or triplets
9 lbs or less
Local to Chicago, IL
Available 7/25 and 7/29
How to Apply
Parents who would like to submit their babies should send in photos right away as they are casting right now for the television series.
To submit send a recent picture of your newborn/s along with their current weight, in pounds and ounces, their length, and DOB to firstname.lastname@example.org and put “newborn” in the subject line. Include city, state, phone number and parent’s name.
Special Note from the Casting Team: “We take great care of newborns on set! We have lots of experience handling babies and we always have a nurse on set”.