Houston, we have a problem. CBS is filming a new TV pilot and they need men and women to be extras in it! “Mission Control” is gearing up to begin filming and there is a new actor casting call. Casting directors are searching for males and females ages 22 to 70. They are looking for all ethnicities. Those selected will portray special recurring extras playing scientists and astronauts. This is an incredible opportunity. If the TV pilot gets picked up to a regular series, these characters will come back as regulars!
According to Deadline, “Mission Control revolves around the next generation of NASA astronauts and scientists who juggle their personal and professional lives during a critical mission with no margin for error”. Nestor Serrano (TNT’s “The Last Ship”) will play Diaz, director of the Johnson Space Center.
Filming will be in Albuquerque, New Mexico so local talent are needed. If you want to be in this exciting series that is being written by Andy Weir who wrote “The Martian”, apply to the casting call now!
CBS Mission Control Casting Call
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EG Casting is proud to announce that we will be casting the SiFi TV pilot “Mission Control” written and produced by Andy Weir, who wrote “The Martian”. We will be looking for some special recurring extras to work as Scientists and astronauts, March 15,16,17,20 and 21 at the Albuquerque Studios. We are looking for ALL ethnic groups and ages from 22 to 70. If the series is picked up these character will come back as regulars.
To apply for the above roles, please send a photo with height, weight and phone number to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please put Mission Control in the subject line.