“Chicago Fire” is searching for extras to be part of an accident scene — not in Chicago, but 60 miles northwest of the city in Union.
About 150 extras (adults and children) are needed for non-speaking roles as victims, pedestrians and workers, extras casting director Joan Philo told Planitnorthwest.com.
Filming for the NBC action drama, which kicked off its second season last Tuesday, will take place at the Illinois Railway Museum, 7000 Olson Rd. Shooting is scheduled to start Friday and continue into next week, Monday through Thursday.
A “Chicago Fire” publicist confirmed Tuesday that casting will be open until 5 p.m. Wednesday.
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