“Banshee” is nearly finished filming Season 2 in the Charlotte region, but the Cinemax show is looking for some new faces to appear on the TV series. They need extras of all ethnicities that have not worked (or have not worked often) on the show this season.
Those interested in working on camera during the final two weeks of filming should submit a current photo, including one taken with a cell phone; name, age, phone number, city and state; height, weight and clothing sizes; make, model, year and color of their vehicles, if made in 1997 or before, to firstname.lastname@example.org. The subject line should be the potential extra’s ethnicity, gender, age and city in which he or she lives.
Additionally, for filming this Friday, there’s a particular need for African-American, rough-looking Caucasian, Latino, Hispanic and Native American males, as well as Asian males ages 45-65. Other specific types, dates needed and how to apply are listed on the Charlotte Regional Film Commission website, www.charlotteusa.com/target-sectors/film. Other film opportunities are on the site, as well.
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