The Righteous Gemstones crew is back at it. The HBO series, which follows fictional celebrity televangelist family the Gemstones, has begun filming season three in the Charleston area.
If you’re looking for a chance to see yourself on the big screen, here it is.
The show is looking for thousands of extras to film between June to December, according to Tona B. Dahlquist Casting’s Facebook page (THE place to find casting calls in Charleston).
- 500 extras for a church scene filming June 20
- Hundreds of extras of all ages for additional church scenes filming June 20-24
- High schools students tentatively filming July 5-6
- For this scene, they are also looking for high school band students with their own instruments
- Male extras with beards. Casting announcement says, “think big and burly country boys, hunters, Duck Dynasty, former military or law enforcement”
- Caucasian twin boys ages 1-3
- Many male and female extras for a variety of characters
- Casting agents are also seeking vehicles to appear in upcoming scenes that are between 1993-2000
Anyone interested in applying can send an email to: TRG3extras@gmail.com.
You must submit:
- Age, ethnicity, gender, city/state where you live in the email subject line
- Two current photos: Headshot/closeup and full length
- Photos taken on a cell phone camera are acceptable. No filters, or photos of you wearing a hat or sunglasses.
- Photos should have your current hair color and length, facial hair and for men, current body build
- Should also include: height and weight, clothing and shoe sizes and a description/locations of any visible tattoos and/or piercings
- Feel free to also include any additional skills or experience you may have (including your occupation or other skills unique to you)
Vaccinations are not required, but all extras will be required to take one pre-filming Covid-19 test, which will be provided by the production crew.
For more information and updates, visit the Tona B. Dahlquist Casting’s Facebook page.
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