If you've been looking for the perfect excuse to get close to the hunky firefighters on NBC's 'Chicago Fire', here's your chance! The popular show is hosting a casting call for lots of extras for an outdoor accident scene they are filming on December 14, 2015 in Chicago.

The casting call is looking for males and females of all ethnicities, ages 18 to 70, to play evacuees in a huge outdoor accident scene. Producers do warn that they will be using movie smoke during this scene, so if you have breathing issues or allergies, this would not be the scene for you.

According to the casting call posted on AuditionsFree.com;

We will start super early in the morning. It could start as early as 4am or so. The rate of pay is $80 for an 8 hour day and time and a half after 8 hours. You will receive a check about two weeks later. A normal day shoot is about 12 hours, and can shoot hours longer. Anyone we cast will need to stay the entire shoot.


If you would like more information, or to submit a current photo ahead of time, send an email to chicagofiretele@gmail.com and include "December 14" in the subject line. Producers do ask that you don't send head shots, selfies, comp cards, or pictures with sunglasses or hats, and that you include your height, weight, age and phone number in the email.

Good luck, and if you do get casted, please give Kelly Severide a kiss for me. Thanks.