Baby boomers who have the acting bug biting now have a chance to get their foot in the door with a part as an extra in a new Peacock series.
The upcoming series, "Poker Face," is filming in Orange and Dutchess counties, with a home base in Newburgh, the Dutchess County Film Commission said.
They are currently seeking Hudson Valley locals or paid work as extras, the commission said.
- Men and Women (50s-70s) to portray dinner theater patrons between Friday, June 17 to Thursday, June 23.
- Men and Women (60+) to portray retirement home residents between Monday, June 27 to Saturday, July 9.
Developed by Rian Johnson, the series is a case-of-the-week mystery drama starring Natasha Lyonne, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Adrien Brody, and a host of others. It will air on the NBC Peacock channel.
Anyone interested should email email@example.com.
Note: The subject line should say "Hudson Valley Dinner Theatergoer" or "Hudson Valley Retirement Home Resident"
In the email, include:
- Your Name
- Phone number
- Confirm whether you are non-union or SAG-AFTRA
- A current non-professional photo. A selfie is fine.
Participation will require a COVID test before filming in Newburgh.
You can also register at www.gwci.app/talent.
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