Could you handle not saying a word while staring dreamily at "Chicago Fire" hunk Taylor Kinney?
Windy City-area residents up to the task can join the NBC drama's upcoming extras casting for the upcoming Oct. 4-10 filming. NBC Chicago said the production is looking for some 150 extras to be featured in an accident scene as non-speaking victims, pedestrians, workers and other background characters.
The casting call, which goes through Wednesday, is for adults and children (no specified ages) available to film scenes at the Illinois Railway Museum in Union, Ill. from Oct. 4-10, according to suburban Chicago entertainment site Plan It Northwest (see more info below on how to become a "Chicago Fire" extra).
"Chicago Fire" producer John Roman said, "We're looking for people who live in the western suburbs," noting he hopes the extras can give the episode's background "a realistic look with their fabulous faces."
For a glimpse of what would-be extras are in for, take a peek at the Season 2 premiere (embedded below).
Interested potential extras are asked to send regular photos of themselves (no comp cards or headshots) to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line "five day." Include height, weight, age and phone number. Also include profession.