Since We Have "Great Looking Readers," Well, You Can Still Hang Out With Billy Zane

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The Deep End's extras casting director sure knows how to butter up the Friends of Unfair Park. Tara Di Leva, from 20th Century Fox, sends word that the ABC series, currently shooting at The Studios at Las Colinas and around town (saw signs around Victory Park yesterday), needs extras for the final two episodes left on the to-do list. Instructions are after the jump, but Di Leva opens her missive with the note that last time we put out the call for extras, "It worked fabulously!! You definitely have some great looking readers!" Hence, this casting call: "We have two episodes left with some heavy EXTRAS days and we'd love another input of your readers!" So hop to!

Twentieth Century Fox Television is in Dallas filming a new television series for the ABC Television network titled "The Deep End."  The production recently completed the shooting of Episodes One through Three and is currently filming Episode Four. The Extras Casting Department is actively searching Dallas for good looking, young, fit, upscale people to be cast as background for all the two remaining episodes. If you fit this description and are between the ages of 20-35, then they are looking for you!  Please submit the following to: abcthedeepend@gmail.com

1- A Clear Picture of Yourself
2-Your Contact Info
3-Your Height & Weight
4-Your Schedule Availability (Mon-Fri only)  We do not film on weekends.

All roles are paying gigs.

Please make sure all information is on the opening page of the email.

You MUST be a Texas resident to be considered for a spot on our show!

We are also urgently needing good looking males between the ages of 20-40 who are physically fit.  If you have previously submitted a picture, please do not resend.

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