The documentary crime TV series Extreme Forensics is going to be shooting an episode in the Triangle next week, and they are looking for some young adult actors (18-25) for several roles.
Here’s more information from the production company:
Hoff Productions, a leading producer of documentary and non-fiction television, will be in the Raleigh Durham area next week shooting re-creation scenes for the Investigation Discovery/TLC documentary crime series “Extreme Forensics”. We are looking for actors to portray real life people. (Some of them not so nice, so please be ok with that). We are casting young adults between 18 and 25 to play high school and college age parts, specifically:
-Caucasian male, 17, clean cut preppy look, athletic build, brown hair and eyes
-Caucasian male, 20, brown/black hair and eyes, tall, facial hair
-Caucasian woman, 15, brown hair and eyes, bob chin length hair
4 young men, age 15-19 “high school delinquent” look.
Shooting on January 6th and possibly some of January 7th.
Some (minimal) pay involved, plus copy of completed show and meals. Show will air nationally summer of 2010 on Investigation Discovery Channel and TLC. Good opportunity to see how low-budget tv is made with a professional and fun crew!
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