Gabrielle Union is back for Season 4 of “Being Mary Jane”. The BET TV show has put out a new extras casting call. Atlanta is where the series is filming so local models and actors are needed. Several different roles are up for grabs. Producers need men and women to portray lawyers, athletes wives, bartenders, new studio extras, news anchor types, skilled drivers and all types ages 18 and up. Shooting will be between February and May so there are a lot of opportunities. The team is open to all looks and all ethnicities. Those chosen to work will be paid the extra rate of $75.00 for 8 hours. All actors will get an 8 hour guarantee with overtime after 8 hours. If you are interested in being on the upcoming season, submit your information to the casting notice for your chance to be selected.
BET describes the series as following Mary Jane Paul, who is a one-woman show: a successful TV news anchor, entirely self-sufficient – an all-around powerhouse who remains devoted to a family that doesn’t share her motivation. As Mary Jane juggles her life, her work and her commitment to her family, we find out how far she’s willing to go to find the puzzle pieces that she, and society, insist are missing from her life as a single Black female. As Mary Jane juggles life, work and commitments to family, how far is she willing to go to find the missing pieces from her life as a single Black female?
Being Mary Jane Season 4 Casting Call
We are currently casting the following extra roles in Atlanta, Georgia.
-Stenographer with equipment news anchors, etc.
-Athletes’ wives types, WAGs
-Extras with bartending and wait staff experience
-Extras with experience working on set as crew (camera, grip, electric, stage manager, teleprompter, PA, hair and makeup, etc.)
-Core news studio extras
-News Anchor types
-Extras with high-end wardrobe
-Extras of all looks and ethnicities, ages 18 and older
Models and actors who want to apply to the 2017 casting call for Being Mary Jane should apply at http://hyltoncasting.com/submissions/extras/ If you have always submitted to the company you don’t need to submit again. The casting directors will contact you if they are considering you for any of the above roles.