Now Casting: NBC Series ‘The Blacklist’ Needs Young Soccer Players or Hip Office Workers as Background + 3 More Gigs

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Wrap up your week with the great gigs in today’s roundup! The hit NBC drama “The Blacklist,” starring James Spader, is casting background actors to play young soccer players, hip office workers, and pedestrians. Plus, models with good hands, computer video advisers, hula dancers, and more can all find gigs throughout the country today.

Join the cast of the hit NBC drama “The Blacklist,” starring James Spader. Talent, aged 18 and older, is wanted to portray hip office workers and pedestrians in background roles. There are also background roles for young female soccer players, aged 9–11. Filming will take place on Nov. 5 or 7 in Harrison, New York. Pay is $143 for up to 10 hours of work, with overtime after that. Union rates apply for union members. Apply here! 

Models, aged 20–30, are currently wanted for a brand’s social media photo shoot. All models must have clean, manicured hands without nail polish or tattoos. The shoot will take place on Nov. 9 in New York City. Pay is $150 for the day with food provided. Apply here!

Dell Computers is looking for two guides or advisers, aged 25–40, for a demo and instructional video. Talent must be friendly, charismatic, approachable, and articulate. The shoot will take place in mid-November over one day in NYC. Pay is $250 for the day, with travel and food provided. Apply here!

Join the cast of an untitled food history pilot for a major cable television network. Talent, aged 18–68, is wanted to play George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, a Hawaiian hula dancer, and more. Special skills, such as hula dancing or British accents, are required for multiple roles. Comedic and/or general demo reels are appreciated. The shoot will take place on Nov. 9 in Studio City, California. Pay is $200 for the day with a meal provided. Apply here!

Want to see even more gigs? We’ve got ‘em in our Backstage casting calls!