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Starz television series 'Hightown' is looking for extras while filming in Wilmington

Posted October 9, 2020 12:09 p.m. EDT
Updated October 9, 2020 12:53 p.m. EDT

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— A casting agency is looking for extras for the television series "Hightown" which is being filmed in Wilmington.

Extras are needed from Oct. 19 through Nov. 9, according to TW Cast & Recruit.

"Hightown" is looking for people of any gender and ethnicity who has current or former law enforcement experience. The agency said that someone also could have "a standard, regulation law enforcement look." The agency is looking for people 21 years or older.

Extras would need to be tested for the coronavirus 3 days before any work day that they are booked.

Having a free schedule would be beneficial, the agency said.

If you apply for this role, the agency said, "we need you to have open availability." The agency could call the extras any time during filming from Oct. 19 through Nov. 9.

Extras would get paid for their role.

Apply for a position online or reach out to the agency at wilmybg@twcastandrecruit.com.

“Hightown” continues the story of a woman’s journey to sobriety that is overshadowed by a murder which she feels convinced she must solve. This production has been approved for a $12 million grant rebate, WECT reports.

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