Nashville TV show is looking for male extras

Are you free this Tuesday, July 21st?

Are you a gay male... or could you pass for one? ... in a gay bar? ... on TV? 

Filming for season 4 of the ABC series Nashville is underway and, it seems, at some point this season somebody's gonna go to a gay bar. Producers will film at PLAY and/or Tribe on June 21 and, if you're a male between 21 and 40 and you're free the entire day, then this PAID gig is for you.

More details in this press release...

 

We are seeking MALE EXTRAS ages 21-40 to be Gay Nightclub Patrons for scenes that will possibly filmed at Play and/or Tribe.

CASTING THE FOLLOWING PROJECT in the NASHVILLE, TN area:

**Please share this notice with friends, family and anyone who might be interested!!

Extras Casting Director: Tina Kerr - On Location Casting

Project:   ABC Television series "Nashville" - Season 4, starring Connie Britton and Hayden Panettiere.

Shoot dates: Filming will take place on Tuesday - July 21st, 2015. You would need to have the WHOLE day free and open on this date.  Extras should be prepared to work a 12 hour+ day on the work date.

Shoot location: Nashville, TN

Compensation: NON-UNION Extra Rate $64.00 for 8 hours ($8.00/hour with an 8 hours guarantee) plus overtime after 8 hours. NON-UNION 

HOW TO SUBMIT for CONSIDERATION: Please send us an email ASAP to: nashvilleextras@gmail.com with subject line Gay Nightclub Patron. You MUST include your first and last name, contact number and 1-2 RECENT photos of yourself taken within the past two months. 

It is NOT necessary to have a talent profile in our On Location Casting talent database to work this scene/date, but it would be helpful and necessary for any future dates/opportunities.

Please go to www.onlocationcasting.net and complete a Talent Application and upload 2 RECENT photos (taken within the past 2 months) - one shoulders up and one full body standing. It is FREE to register and you do not have to have a paid 'active' account in order to be booked for work - your account will be listed as 'not-active' but you are still viewable and able to be hired.  *Photos do not have to be professional and can be snapshots, but they MUST  be of clear good quality, facing forward to camera, NO sunglasses, NO hats, NO silly gestures or faces, and should include ONLY those being submitted for the project. Please do not send photos that you have taken of yourself into a mirror.

Once you have filled out a talent application and it has been approved, be sure to "like" our Facebook page (www.facebook.com/nashvilleextras) for updated casting notices and information about the show.

For further information - feel free to email us at: nashvilleextras@gmail.com 

 

 

 

 

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